The ETRAP 2023 organizers would like to thank the following sponsors:
NRG develops, radiates and ensures worldwide distribution of nuclear medicines.
NRG, via its reactor in Petten, is one of the market leaders in producing nuclear isotopes (medical isotopes). Every day, more than 30,000 patients worldwide depend on our medical substances for their treatment. These medical isotopes are used for medical imaging techniques (PET and SPECT scans). Doctors then use them in the treatment of cancer and heart and vascular disease for example.
SHINE deploys its safe, cost-effective and environmentally friendly fusion technology in a stepwise approach. Its systems are used to inspect industrial components in aerospace, defense, energy and other sectors. SHINE’s proprietary medical isotope production processes create non-carrier-added lutetium-177 and are expected to create molybdenum-99.
In the future, SHINE plans to scale its fusion technology to help solve one of energy’s toughest hurdles by recycling nuclear waste. Through a purpose-driven and phased approach, SHINE aims to generate fusion power to deliver clean, abundant energy that could transform life on Earth.
Dutch Society for Radiation Protection (NVS)
The Dutch Society for Radiation Protection (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Stralingshygiëne, NVS) was established on February 4, 1960 to promote the scientific study of the protection of people, animals, plants and goods against radiation.
The NVS also aims to promote the application of acquired knowledge and insights about radiation hygiene in practice.
Uitgeverij Nucleus is a publisher focusing on the publication of The Radionuclide Handbook that is widely used by radiation protection professionals as well as in education and training programs in The Netherlands. The fourth edition is published in English in December 2020 and includes actual data of 117 radionuclides based on international publications. The Radionuclide Handbook will be available at ETRAP 2023, including an annex with the latest ICRP-151 data.
Society for Radiological Protection
The Society for Radiological Protection is the UK Associate Society affiliated to the International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA). Formed in 1963, it is a major scientific society for all who are concerned professionally with the safety aspects of ionising and non-ionising radiation in industry, medicine, research, power generation, defence, education, and central and local government. SRP was incorporated by Royal Charter in 2007. Our Royal Charter states that the object of the Society is to “promote the science and art of radiation protection and allied fields for the public benefit“.
Cablon Medical is a supplier of a high-quality range of products and services in the field of pharmacy, radiotherapy and radiology. The radiology department offers an extensive range of radiation protection clothing (aprons, accessories and glasses), various phantoms and independent quality control for ultrasound equipment (UltraiQ).
Nederlandse Aardoliemaatschappij (NAM)
NAM is an exploration and production company with authentic Dutch roots. Its headquarters are located in Assen in the Netherlands. NAM’s core business is exploring for and producing oil and gas, both onshore and offshore in the Netherlands.
Comecer Netherlands is an internationally known business partner for many nuclear medicine departments, radiochemistry laboratories & industrial radiation laboratories. It has an ISO 9001 and ISO-13485 certified production facility that combines state of the art technology and flexibility to meet constant changes in our field of operation. Comecer Netherlands develops, manufactures and service a broad range of Comecer products and software for protection, measurement, registration, detection and (quality) control.
Urenco supplies enriched uranium to nuclear power plants worldwide for the production of CO2-free energy. With four enrichment facilities in the UK, the US, Germany and Netherlands and a 30% market share, Urenco is the is the international market leader in the nuclear fuel cycle.
In addition to uranium, Urenco enriches stable isotopes for medical, industrial and research applications. These products are the basis for 2 million patient treatments per year worldwide. Urenco is the only Western producer of these raw materials for nuclear medicine.
The Central Organisation For Radioactive Waste [COVRA] is the sole company in the Netherlands tasked with collecting, processing and storing all radioactive waste. COVRA takes permanent care of the radioactive waste. This means until the radioactive material is no longer a danger to humans and the environment. This mission is carried out as a service to society.
ICON is a contract research organization that provides outsourced development services to the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device industries worldwide. Since our foundation in Dublin, Ireland in 1990, our mission has been to help our clients to accelerate the development of drugs and devices that save lives and improve quality of life.
We focus our innovation on the factors that are critical to our clients – reducing time to market, reducing cost and increasing quality – and our global team of experts has extensive experience in a broad range of therapeutic areas.
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