14 May

Nuclear engineers, “Support Developing Countries”

  With technological support for developing countries and potential nuclear technology demand countries expanding in many ways, Korea’s private research institute has stepped up efforts to strengthen its radiation safety management capacity in Vietnam. Dr. Kim Si-hwan, who led the nuclear fuel localization project for light-water reactors in the 1980s, and the Global Nuclear Strategy Institute […]
20 Jun

Samyoung Unitech signed MOU with Dalat University

Samyoung Unitech signed MOU with Dalat, Vietnam   The Global Nuclear Strategic Research Institute (President: Kim, Si-Hwan) established the Nuclear Safety Technology Center at Dalat University in Vietnam and held an opening ceremony on May 29 to strengthen its nuclear safety capabilities in Vietnam. Following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and the […]
1 Dec

Samyoung Unitech at AOCNMB 2015

The Asia Oceania Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology (AOFNMB) and the Asian Regional Cooperative Council for Nuclear Medicine (ARCCNM) have been working together to promote nuclear medicine in the region, and this time, the AOCNMB 2015 was held in conjunction with the Korean Society of Nuclear Medicine (KSNM) to enhance the exchange and cooperation […]
14 Sep

radiopharm industry hampered by logistics issues

A report recently released by Transparency Market Research, a U.S.-based market intelligence firm, highlighted the remarkable growth potential of the global radiopharmaceutical market, driven primarily by a sharp increase in the cancer incidence rate. Unlike more commonplace imaging techniques such as MRI, CT or ultrasound, the use of radiopharmaceuticals as biological tracers in conjunction with […]


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