Mark A. Ferguson, Communications Coordinator
Scientists at the Canadian Light Source synchrotron are ready to test the Medical Isotope Project facility after receipt of the Commissioning Licence from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission earlier today.
With the license, the MIP will undergo rigorous testing to ensure the facility is ready to produce medical isotopes in the near future.
Members of the media are invited to attend:
A look at the CLS Medical Isotope Project facility
Canadian Light Source synchrotron
44 Innovation Boulevard
1 pm, February 28, 2013
This will be the only chance for members of the media to view the MIP facility before testing and subsequent production of medical isotopes begins. Interview, photo and filming opportunities will be available at this time.