TU Delft Story: Solving the worldwide bottleneck in nuclear medicine

Radionuclides are essential in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and other diseases, because they can detect and destroy specific tumour cells. Yet only a handful of nuclear reactors in the world produce the bulk of these radionuclides. BEI PI Robin de Kruijff works to solve this medical bottleneck, by developing new ways to produce radionuclides to make sure they become more widely available for medical hospitals and clinics.

TU Delft Story: Solving the worldwide bottleneck in nuclear medicine

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