London, Ontario scientist assists in isotope breakthrough

With a looming global shortage of medical isotopes needed to diagnose cancer and heart disease, a London scientist has helped craft a solution and garnered a national award.

Dr. Michael Kovacs of the Lawson Health Research Institute has teamed with scientists across Canada to come up with a novel way to make medical isotopes that has the added benefit of not needing weapons-grade nuclear material used for decades. Read more.

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