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CNNC's nuclear technology application extends to isotopes and related products, nuclear medicine, nuclear instruments and apparatus, radioactive sources and industrial applications, as well as irradiation processing.MORE
Two international standards whose formulation was led by China National Nuclear Cooperation (CNNC)'s China Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE) were recently published.
Scientists exploring the use of radiation sterilization technology for COVID-19 on cold chain food imports
Important first-phase results from the research project "The Research on Prevention and Control of COVID-19 Virus for Import Cold Chain Food by Radiation Sterilization Technology" were released on June 21.
CNNC develops two new types of nuclear anti-terrorism and security equipment.
The first batch of domestically produced strontium-89 nuclides developed and produced by the Nuclear Power Institute of China was delivered to Chengdu Gaotong Isotope Co Ltd on April 25.
A ship carrying a cutting-edge China-made industrial radioactive source -- a 500,000-curie batch of CN-101 cobalt 60 -- was loaded at Shanghai Yangshan Port on Feb 15, on a significant commercial voyage.
An important cooperation agreement was signed between China National Nuclear Corporation, also known as CNNC, and China Academy of Sciences or CAS, in Beijing on Dec 13, according to officials.
A shipment of advanced electron linear accelerators was transported by plane from the China Institute of Atomic Energy to Thailand on Nov 15, according to CIAE officials.
Mass production of nuclides -- a special species of atoms which all have the same atomic number and mass number -- is due to start in China for use in cutting-edge medical treatment, according to officials.
CNNC took the spotlight during the 63rd IAEA General Conference by demonstrating how it applies nuclear technology.
China Isotope & Radiation Corporation (CIRC), a holding subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC), agreed to build a research and development (R&D) center for irradiation application on Sept 17.