1)Medical professionals use diagnostic techniques such as radiopharmaceuticals, scans or radioisotopes, and apply radiotherapy treatments that include X rays as well as radiation from radioactive elements or radiation-producing equipment such as accelerators.
Beyond diagnostics and the treatment of diseases, nuclear technology is used to sterilize medical equipment, learn about biological processes with the use of tracers or study the properties of tumorous cells
2)Isotope hydrology is a nuclear technique that uses both stable and radioactive isotopes to follow the movements of the water in the hydrologic cycle. These isotopes can be used to research subterraneous fresh water sources and determine their origin, their type of charge, whether there is a risk of intrusion or contamination by salt water and whether it is possible to use them in a sustainable manner.
3)In the field of agriculture, radioisotope and radiation techniques are applied to improve the quality of food by inducing mutations in plants and seeds to obtain the desired crop varieties without having to wait out the long process of natural mutation. Nuclear technology is also very useful in pest control, increasing food production and reducing the amount of necessary fertilizers.
4)The use of isotopes and radiation in modern industry is highly important to the development and improvement of processes, measurement, automatization and quality control. Currently, almost all branches of science use them in different ways.
5)ART:The use of isotopes and radiations in modern industry is highly important to the development and improvement of processes, measurement, automatization and quality control. Currently, almost all branches of science use them in different ways.
6)SPACE:One of the main applications of nuclear batteries is space navigation. It involves feeding the instrumentation of terrestrial satellites and planetary probes with more powerful generators so that they can reach nearby planets and send information to Earth.