News Release 08-078
Designer Isotopes Push the Frontier of Science
Applications include medicine and national security
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Bradley Sherrill, a Michigan State University distinguished professor and associate director for research at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, notes that the smallest frontiers of science--nuclear physics--hold some of its riches questions and answers.
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Brad Sherrill, a professor at Michigan State University, discusses the importance of producing new isotopes for research and for commercial applications such as medicine and advanced materials.
Credit: Michigan State University