Radionuclide concentrations in food and environment (M. Poeschl, L. Nollet) World Czech Republic Belgium book30.Dec.2017
CRC Press, Edited by Michael Poeschl and Leo M. L. Nollet: A comprehensive, fairly easy to read and understand treatise by 31 experts from around the world on the exciting topics of radionuclides, radiation, radioactivity and their presence and uses in the environment and food. Contributors and Editors are from Australia, Belgium, Czech Republic, England, Italy, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, and the USA. Topics: What are Radionuclides, Sources, Radioactivity in the Air, in Water, in Soils, Transport Processes and Modeling, in Foodstuffs and Food Raw Material, Radiation Detection Methods, Unmasking Illicit Trafficking of Nuclear and Radioactive Materials, Radiation Protection, Regulations, Food Irradiation.
What is BNS YGN? Whether you are young or young at heart, you are welcome at the Belgian Nuclear Society - Young Generation Network (YGN). The YGN is a subgroup of the Belgian Nuclear Society (BNS) for nuclear professionals younger than 36.
The organization of YG activities and the completion of its mission is in the hands of the BNS-YG Core Group. We are a group of enthusiastic people from different companies and institutions who try to bring together young nuclear professionals and students interested in nuclear in its broadest sense.
Go Nuclear recommends that the Belgian Nuclear Society / Young Generation Network be recognized for the creativity in the design of BNS / YG logo. The slash in their logo being the chart of isotopes of all the elements. Beautiful!
AIPES - The radionuclides supply for nuclear medicine is crucially dependent on an unsustainably low number of production reactors and processing facilities in Europe, North America, South-Africa and Asia/Pacific.
Wendy Galbraith, University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy - Nuclear Medicine Radionuclides Needed