• Rising Uranium Prices Precursor to Demand for US Nuclear Products

    Rising Uranium Prices Precursor to Demand for US Nuclear Products

    US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE) stands to benefit dramatically from today’s unprecedented challenges in energy production. Big investors and government entities are buying up uranium mines, uranium metal, and investing in the new SMR Small Nuclear Reactors, because they sense an upcoming nuclear power renaissance as the world tries to pivot away from climate changing carbon fuels, especially Russian oil, gas, and coal, while at the same time fearing skyrocketing fuel prices. The last solution remaining to fill this vital gap is nuclear power.

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  • US Nuclear Raised $611,000 Net Working Capital

    US Nuclear Raised $611,000 Net Working Capital

    Los Angeles, CA.  May 17, 2022 – On May 5, 2022, US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE) closed on a securities purchase agreement with Mast Hill Fund L.P. to raise $611,000 net working capital through a $0.20 per share fixed price promissory note for common stock, as well as cash warrants with a $0.75 strike price.

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  • US Nuclear And Solar System Resources Building The Future Of The Global Space & Energy Sector

    US Nuclear And Solar System Resources Building The Future Of The Global Space & Energy Sector

    Los Angeles, CA.  May 2, 2022 - US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE) and their partner Solar System Resources Corporation have been actively working to develop the future of space mining and technology, with an emphasis on procuring Helium-3, Lithium, Cobalt and rare metals which are desperately needed as energy sources for batteries, advanced microchips and especially for clean, renewable fusion power. 

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  • US Nuclear Corp. Announces Annual 2021 Financial Results

    US Nuclear Corp. Announces Annual 2021 Financial Results

    Los Angeles, CA.  April 26, 2022 - US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE), a leading manufacturer of advanced radiation, chemical, and biological detection, and smart UAV instrumentation, announced the annual results for the year ended December 31, 2021.

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  • US Nuclear’s Drones Detect Radiological, Chemical, Biological Hazards, War Gases, Drugs, & Explosives

    US Nuclear Drones Detect Radiologically, Chemical, Biological Hazards As Well As War Gases, Drugs, And Explosives

    Los Angeles, CA.  April 19, 2022 – US Nuclear (OTC-QB: UCLE) is the only maker of comprehensive integrated drone detection platforms flying sensors to measure all classes of hazardous radiation, chemical, and biological toxins. US Nuclear drones are desperately needed in every major city and country worldwide to provide early warning surveillance, allow interdiction at the border, and safely monitor post-accident fallout. Using novel miniature mass spectrometer sensors, US Nuclear’s drones can automatically detect a very broad range of chemicals, including the very difficult to detect nerve agents war gases, and drugs that typically require laboratory analysis or manually taking samples for testing. 

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  • US Nuclear is Tapped to Bid on 500 to 1,000 High Tech Drones

    Los Angeles, CA.  April 4, 2022 – On April 2, 2022, USN submitted its full proposal in response to a Preferred Source Quote Request from Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z. o. o. for 500 drones, with the option to buy a second 500-piece tranche (1,000 in total) to support Ukraine.

    Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. intensively analyzes and seeks customers to purchase 500 to 1000 drones in Europe in connection with Russia's aggression towards Ukraine.

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  • America’s decaying oil and gas wells will cost billions to clean up

    Scattered throughout the U.S. are millions of orphaned oil and gas wells. They’re a major source of methane emissions and can leak contaminants into the groundwater. But it’s hard to locate these wells, as many were drilled before modern mapping and recordkeeping technologies became widespread. It’s going to cost billions to clean them up, but for the first time, there’s major federal funding devoted to doing just that.

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  • US Nuclear Radiation Surveillance Drone Will Be On Its Way to Ukraine

    Los Angeles, CA.  March 7, 2022 – In response to the savage war in Ukraine, in solidarity with the Ukrainian people, and due to the increasing danger of airborne release of nuclear materials in Ukraine, US Nuclear (OTC-QB: UCLE) will shortly send its DroneRAD radiation detection drone to local authorities in Ukraine to help survey and monitor radiation levels remotely from the air and safeguard local personnel. US Nuclear’s DroneRAD system shipment will travel first to Solar System Resources in Poland, who will arrange local transportation into Ukraine to where it can be used most effectively by Ukrainian radiation protection personnel.

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  • New Nuclear Power Construction and the “Pursuit of Net Zero” Benefit US Nuclear Corp.

    Los Angeles, CA.  February 22, 2022 – On February 10, 2022, France announced plans to build 14 new nuclear power plants in its move to combat global warming and provide a low-carbon source of energy. With approximately 114 new power reactors on order or planned globally and over 300 more proposed, US Nuclear Corp. (OTCQB: UCLE) stands poised for substantial benefits from this new construction. Each nuclear power plant requires about $12 million in radiation monitoring equipment and US Nuclear has the right advanced products to supply $10 million worth of that equipment.

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  • As Climate Change Drives Fusion Energy Production, US Nuclear Poised To Capture Surging Tritium Monitoring Market

    Los Angeles, CA.  January 31, 2022 – As global temperatures continue to rise and energy demands soar, the world is turning toward fusion power fueled by Tritium and Lithium, as the real solution.  US Nuclear’s (OTCQB: UCLE) subsidiary, Overhoff Technology, is the world leader in tritium monitoring instrumentation, whose products are projected to surge in demand as tritium is the main fuel used in fusion power and must be monitored throughout the process.

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