2014 Mo-99 Topical Meeting

June 24-27, 2014, Hamilton Crowne Plaza, Washington D.C.


  • NNSA’s 2014 Mo-99 Topical Meeting
    Hosted by Argonne National Laboratory, the meeting will take place in Washington D.C., from June 24-27, 2014.
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  • Hotel
    The meeting will be at the Hamilton Crowne Plaza Hotel, located in Washington D.C.
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    of the meeting will be Washington D.C., the capital of the United States, with a population of nearly three million people.
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Program and Workshop Overview

The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration through its Global Threat Reduction Initiative (GTRI) implements the long-standing U.S. policy to minimize and eliminate the use of highly enriched uranium (HEU) in civilian applications by working to convert research reactors and isotope production facilities to the use of low enriched uranium (LEU). Over the past few years, unexpected shutdowns at the major molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) production facilities have resulted in significant shortages of this important medical isotope. Because of this, the United States is currently situated at the nexus of two related priorities: discouraging the use of proliferation-sensitive HEU in civilian applications and overcoming a health crisis from the lack of a sufficient, reliable supply of Mo-99.

GTRI provides support to establish reliable supplies of Mo-99, produced without HEU, for the United States by providing assistance to convert current production from HEU targets to LEU targets and to accelerate existing commercial projects in the United States to produce Mo-99 without the use of HEU by the end of 2014. Through these actions GTRI's Mo-99 program is addressing both issues of nonproliferation and reliability of supply.

Current and Past Mo-99 Topical Meetings

2014 Mo-99 Topical Meeting (Washington D.C.) 2013 Mo-99 Topical Meeting (Chicago) 2011 Mo-99 Topical Meeting (Chicago)

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For further information and questions please contact the Organizing Committee.

2014 Mo-99 Topical Meeting

Mo-99 2014 News:

Jul. 15, 2014Mo-99 2014 Presentations and Papers now available Mo-99 2014 Presentations and papers are now available for download.. … View »


Jun. 13, 2014Mo-99 2014 Technical Program now available The final Mo-99 2014 Technical Program is now available for download.. … View Program »


May 16, 2014Registration Deadline Extended The registration deadline for the meeting has been extended until COB June 16, 2014. … Register NOW! »


May 8, 2014Abstracts still accepted We are still accepting abstracts for the meeting and will do so until COB June 6, 2014. … Submit Abstract NOW! »


May 6, 2014Overall Schedule Make sure to check the overall meeting schedule… Check Schedule »


Mar. 14, 2014Need for Mo-99 featured in the press "Nuclear scarcity ahead: The need for Mo-99", an article by Medill Reports… Read article »


Feb. 13, 2014Online registration open: You can now register for the 2014 Mo-99 Topical Meeting… Register now »


Feb. 13, 2014Room reservations: Early reservations are recommended… Reserve your hotel room now »

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Technical Questions:
For further information and questions please contact:

John Holland
Argonne National Laboratory

Administrative Questions:
Mrs. Karen Grudzinski
Argonne National Laboratory
9700 South Cass Avenue, Building 208
Argonne, Illinois 60439-4815, U.S.A.
Phone: +1 (630) 252-1671
Fax: +1 (630) 252-5161

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