The Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council partners with NUCM to strengthen Canada’s nuclear medicine industry

Toronto – May 15, 2024– NUCM, a Canadian company that produces GMP Radiopharmaceuticals crucial for medical imaging and treatments, has joined the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC). NUCM is a source for all commonly-used Tc-99m SPECT radiopharmaceuticals and continue to expand their production to additional customized Theranostic Radiopharmaceuticals, and new PET products containing Gallium-68. NUCM … Read more

The Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologies joins the CNIC to strengthen Canadian medical isotope advocacy and education

TORONTO – April 15, 2024 – Since its creation over six years ago, the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC) has been committed to advocating on behalf of Canada’s isotope industry and nuclear medicine community. Today, CNIC is excited to announce the addition of the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) as its newest industry … Read more

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization joins the CNIC to ensure the long-term safe storage of isotope by products from cradle to grave  

Toronto – March 11, 2024 – As the voice of Canada’s isotope industry, the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC) aims to drive and strengthen Canada’s isotope sector through innovation, leadership, and collaboration. CNIC represents Canada’s nuclear isotope infrastructure, research institutions, medical community, and specialized companies and organizations across the country. In support of its vision … Read more

Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council, Nuclear Promise X, collaborate to perform study exploring the production of isotopes used in Deep Space Exploration

Toronto –  January 3, 2023 – Nuclear Promise X (NPX) and The Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC) are excited to announce a collaboration to explore the feasibility of producing isotopes that will be leveraged for Deep Space Exploration applications. This collaboration will see the NPX and CNIC performing a study for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) … Read more