Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences

The Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences is the province’s first cyclotron and radioisotope facility. Operated by the Fedoruk Centre, it is focused on innovations in radioisotope production, the synthesis of molecular imaging agents, the development of imaging technology, and the production of radiopharmaceuticals for clinical use. Academic and commercial research enabled by the facility includes the application of functional molecular imaging to the detection and treatment of diseases in humans, animals and plants; optimizing crop productivity to enhance food security; and biological imaging.