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New Capability Announcement — Idaho National Laboratory, Radioisotope ElectroMagnetic Isotope Separator

The Department of Energy Office of Isotope Research & Development and Production (DOE Isotope Program) has recently added a new capability into its isotope production network. The Radioisotope Electromagnetic Isotope Separator, or RAD EMIS, located in the Materials and Fuels Complex at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is now under the stewardship of the DOE Isotope Program. This unique instrument is able to enrich small quantities of rare or short-lived radioisotopes for use in research as radiotracers, national security exercises, and precision analytical measurements as internal standards. More information can be found in the Fall 2021 newsletter of DoE