Iran Overcomes Sanctions to Advance Nuclear Research with Groundbreaking Achievements in Fusion and Isotope Separation

Official Statement: Iran is One of the Few Countries with Isotope Separation Technology

Ali Noroozi, a spokesperson for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), recently spoke with the Fars news agency about the organization’s achievements in the past year. Among these achievements, he highlighted two significant products developed by the Department of Advanced Technologies – the separation of tellurium isotopes and the creation of spectrophotometer equipment for nuclear fusion. The spectrophotometer is an essential diagnostic tool in nuclear fusion, and Iran’s domestic production of this device places the country among a select group of nations with this technology.

Noroozi also emphasized Iran’s plans to expand its peaceful nuclear programs in the upcoming Persian New Year, with a goal of establishing a prominent position in the field of nuclear fusion in the coming years. He revealed that Iran will unveil the stable isotope separation chain of iridium in the New Year, a development crucial for advancements in radiography and diagnostic capabilities that have been impacted by Western sanctions led by the US.

Overall, Noroozi’s comments demonstrate Iran’s commitment to advancing its nuclear technologies while overcoming obstacles posed by international sanctions. The country’s innovative achievements in the field of nuclear fusion indicate a promising future in this critical area of scientific research and development.

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