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    Moxtek was founded in 1986 with the development of ultra-thin polymer x-ray windows. These high performance windows are ideal for applications that require the highest transmission of light element...
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    SciAps, Inc., is a Boston-based instrumentation company specializing in portable analytical instruments. Our mission is to provide durable, field-tested, portable instruments to identify any compound,...
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    For 75 years, General Plastics has been a recognized pioneer in the plastics industry. It develops and manufactures high-density polyurethane foam products, including its signature rigid and flexible...
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    At GSSI, we are passionate about solving subsurface visualization challenges with ground penetrating radar (GPR) equipment that is powerful, reliable, and intuitive. A technological pioneer for over...
  • Article - 26 Apr 2022
    What do we know about hot labs and their applications, the risks associated with them, as well as the rules and safety protocols that have to be followed while working in these labs?
  • Article - 20 Sep 2005
    The role of crystal chemistry in developing ceramic materials for high level radioactive waste immobilisation is reviewed. Synroc, a ceramic material utilising 4 titanate phases was produced that was...
  • Article - 11 Dec 2015
    Columbiana Hi Tech (CHT) has been lending support to the nuclear fuel cycle for 30 years, delivering products and custom fabrication for the nuclear industry.
  • Article - 15 Aug 2003
    Scientists have developed a method for transmuting radioactive iodine from nuclear power stations into a safer form. The technology also has other potential applications. Posted August 13 2003
  • Article - 27 Jun 2003
    Synroc is a ceramic materials developed for dealing with high level radioactive waste materials. The evolution and development of Synroc is outlined and its advantages over previous materials used for...
  • News - 16 May 2022
    Scientists from Finsterle GeoConsulting in the US and Fracture Systems Ltd. in the UK have collaborated on a study investigating how numerical models can enhance the safety of nuclear waste...