B&W taps DOE official to head isotope program
Posted: February 25, 2009

Babcock & Wilcox has picked Daniel E. Glenn, a Department of Energy official, to lead research and development for its medical-isotope initiative, which might lead to the establishment of an isotope-production facility in Lynchburg, Va., within a few years. The initiative will employ B&W’s patented reactor that would use low-enriched uranium to produce molybdenum-99.


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