An Oak Ridge National Laboratory researcher has invented a version of an isotope-separating device that can withstand extreme environments, including radiation and chemical solvents.
ORNL employees are encouraged to donate their time to worthy organizations. ISED's Brad Johnson has found Boys Scouts a good way to share that value with his sons. He recently helped son Micah with his Eagle Scout project: building a deck.
Kevin Gaddis sought a way to take advantage of modern HPIC technology to speed up the production of Ac-225, for which there’s high demand because of its use in cancer treatments.
In the mid-1980s, Balendra Sutharshan moved to Canada from the island nation of Sri Lanka. That move set Sutharshan on a path that had him heading continent-spanning collaborations and holding leadership posts at mu
Julie Ezold knows ORNL is continuously making great strides in producing and processing radioisotopes.
As head of ISED’s Radioisotope Production and Operations Section, she wants to make sure the rest of the world knows it, too.
For years Brenda Smith found fulfillment working with nuclear batteries, a topic she’s been researching as a chemist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Last year’s Nuclear and Emerging Technologies for Space conference was set to be in East Tennessee — and then, mere weeks before, came the coronavirus pandemic, which shut down travel and gathering, cancelling 2020’s conference.
Julie Ezold, section head for Radioisotope Production and Operations in the Radioisotope Science and Technology Division, has been elected to a three-year term on the American Nuclear Society’s Board of Directors.