It looks like something out of a superhero movie. But the nuclear bright blue glow of the MU Research Reactor south of Memorial Stadium, isn’t the stuff of science fiction.
It’s being used to help create life-saving medicines today.
Since its creation in 1966, the MU Research Reactor has pumped out a steady supply of radioactive isotopes used in diagnostic and therapeutic medicine.
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