Rosatom Newsletter


March 2017
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Lead Story
Products and Technologies of the Future
Last week Moscow played host to NDExpo 2017, the 4th international forum entitled ‘High Technologies for Sustainable Development’. Rosatom and its partners presented their latest technology and innovations to forum attendees, who were in record numbers this year. More than 1,500 representatives from over 600 organizations, companies and government bodies came to take part in the business program that included a plenary discussion, four round-table meetings, three panel discussions, and special events. A host of cooperation agreements was signed at the forum. This issue of Rosatom Newsletter deals solely with the forum and its results.
In Brief
MoU Signed on Nuclear Materials Transportation with Iran
On 28 March 2017 in Moscow Rosatom and the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran signed a memorandum of understanding on nuclear materials transportation.
Next-Gen 3D Printer to Appear by the End of the Year
Rosatom plans to release a next-generation 3D printer by the end of 2017.
In Focus
Rosatom Supports Agriculture
Rosatom presented its solutions at Focus on Life: Innovative Treatment Technologies, a round table discussion organized at NDExpo 2017. You will find more details in our report from this event.
‘Turnkey’ Nuclear Medicine
Established not long ago, Rosatom’s new company Rusatom Healthcare is set to act as an integrator of commercial products and services in nuclear medicine and irradiation technology. At NDExpo 2017, RN talked with its CEO Denis Cherednichenko about nuclear medicine products Russia’s nuclear industry can offer on the global market.
Irradiation Technologies for Latin America
Rosatom expands cooperation with Latin America. Rosatom America Latina, United Innovation Corporation and the Latin American Irradiation Association signed a memorandum of understanding at the NDExpo 2017 forum in Moscow. For more details read our report.