• US Nuclear Joins The Brain-Machine Interface Revolution

    US Nuclear Joins The Brain-Machine Interface Revolution

    Los Angeles, CA.  February 10, 2020 – US Nuclear Corp. (OTC: UCLE) recently signed a stock purchase agreement with start-up Grapheton Inc. to acquire a 40% stake in the company.

    Similar to Elon Musk’s ‘Neuralink’, Grapheton is developing and manufacturing an advanced new generation of wearable and implantable brain-machine interface devices.  Grapheton’s long-term goal is dedicated specifically to treating injuries and diseases such as spinal injuries, pain reduction, Parkinson’s Disease, epilepsy, stroke, and possibly Alzheimer’s.  Grapheton already has several pivotal and patented advantages in the field, including:

      1. Grapheton’s electrodes utilize a new carbon-based material that doesn’t corrode and can last as long as 40 years or more compared to less than five years from other providers, which is extremely important considering the invasive surgery required for installation or maintenance of the probes.
      2. A self-charging supercapacitor uses the brain’s own salty liquid environment as the power source, meaning that unlike other providers, no battery maintenance is required to reinstall a new battery while also ensuring that aging batteries will not leak any chemicals into the brain. Again, a huge advantage for reducing the surgery and maintenance required.
      3. Two-way electrical and chemical communication with brain neurons, meaning that Grapheton’s probes can not only send electrical signals, but also listen, record, and respond to the body’s electrical and chemical signals simultaneously.


  • US Nuclear Signs Agreement With China National Nuclear Corporation’s Subsidiary

    US Nuclear Signs Agreement With China National Nuclear Corporation’s Subsidiary

    Los Angeles, CA. January 21, 2020 – US Nuclear Corp. (OTC: UCLE) has signed a “Cooperation Agreement” with Dalian Zhonghe Scientific and Technological Development Co., a subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC), to design, build, and mass-produce radiation detectors and systems for the growing China nuclear market.

    China is the world’s major builder of nuclear power plants, with 46 in operation, 15 under construction, and around 200 planned. Each nuclear power plant requires about $8 million worth of radiation detection equipment. Currently, around 80% of that radiation detection equipment is imported into China at a steep cost. Importing is not favorable due to the high cost and because the functionality has been customized for the country of origin and does not always fit local procedures, regulations, and language. US Nuclear aims to solve this problem.


  • US Nuclear to Present at the LD Micro Main Event (XII)

    US Nuclear to Present at the LD Micro Main Event (XII)

    LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 4, 2019 / US Nuclear Corp. (OTC: UCLE), a leading manufacturer of radiation and chemical detection instrumentation including UAV mounted sensors, announced that it would be presenting at the 12th annual LD Micro Main Event on December 12 at 3:00 to 3:20 PM PST. Robert Goldstein, CEO of US Nuclear, will be presenting, meeting with investors, and showcasing US Nuclear’s new forensic drones for measuring chemical, biological, and radiological contamination in hazmat scenarios.

    “This year’s Main Event is our largest event to date, with 275 companies set to present and meet with investors” stated Chris Lahiji, President of LD Micro. “Even though LD has emerged as one of the largest and most influential organizations in the space, our focus has never deviated from showcasing some of the more interesting businesses in the world to our ever-growing community. Investor interest in our events has also never been stronger, and that goes for our commitment to philanthropy as well.”


  • US Nuclear Joins Fight Against Widespread Toxic PFAS Chemical Pollution In Our Air And Water

    US Nuclear Joins Fight Against Widespread Toxic PFAS Chemical Pollution In Our Air And Water

    New data shows toxic PFAS contamination has been detected in almost every major city in the USA. While the EPA works on setting new regulations for PFAS, some states and members of congress have grown impatient with the progress of the EPA and have taken regulation into their own hands. 

    Los Angeles, CA. November 5, 2019 – PFAS, poly-and perfluoroalkyl substances, are also known as “forever chemicals” because they don’t break down in the environment.  Since these toxic chemicals don’t break down, they move through our food and water supply and eventually build up in our bodies over time. Due to the widespread, unregulated use of PFAS over the past several decades, nearly every American is now contaminated with PFAS, which can remain in the body for years and cause cancer, reproductive issues, and damage to the immune system, kidneys, and liver, among other concerns.

    Known for their CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear) sensor technology, US Nuclear Corp. (OTC: UCLE) realized that one of the first steps in addressing the PFAS crisis is to determine where the exposure is coming from and limit that exposure. To this end, US Nuclear has developed a new line of portable air and water samplers that are used (by health and safety inspectors, public, industrial hygienists) to easily obtain multiple concentrated samples of PFAS from suspected air or water sources, which are then sent to a lab for detailed analysis.


  • Nuclear Fusion Z-Pinch Progress with Staged Z-Pinch LTD 10MA Generator

    Nuclear Fusion Z-Pinch Progress with Staged Z-Pinch LTD 10MA Generator

    The University of Reno Nevada National Terawatt Facility and commercial company, US Nuclear and MIFTEC, were able to generate the most powerful neutron flux from fusion power ever achieved by a private company. They will scale up to a 10 MegaAmp version of their machine. This will have ten times the amperate and should generate 100 times the neutron flux. They expect to generate a neutron flux of trillioin which is clearly greater than the 10 billion required to produce commercial quantities of critical, low-cost radioisotopes that are in short supply. MIFTEC has contracted with a leading design engineer from a National Lab and has already completed the plans for its first commercial machine called the Staged Z Pinch (SZP) LTD-X (linear transformer driver-X) 10 MegaAmp generator.

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  • US Nuclear Corp. Reports 172% Increase in Revenue in Second Quarter 2019

    US Nuclear Corp. Reports 172% Increase in Revenue in Second Quarter 2019 Results

    Los Angeles, CA. September 9, 2019 – US Nuclear Corp. (OTC: UCLE)

    • Sales for the three months ended June 30, 2019, were $1,530,523, an increase of $968,995 or 172% as compared to the same period in 2018
    • Gross profit was $785,933 compared to $287,799 for the same period in 2018, an increase of 173%
    • Cash increased from $969,118 to $1,393,915 for the six months ended June 30, 2019
    • Stock-based compensation was $804,131 compared to $328,320 during the same period in 2018
    • Net loss from operations ($466,019) due to stock-based compensation as the company acquires new partnerships, technology, sales and marketing consultants, and other services to facilitate company growth

    US Nuclear Corp., a leading manufacturer, and seller of advanced radiation and chemical detection instrumentation, recently announced the financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2019.

    “We had a very successful and productive second quarter in 2019.  Key metrics are increasing, with sales revenue up 172% from the same period last year,” commented Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO, and Chairman of US Nuclear Corp. “Leaving out the stock-based compensation, our business operation had a dollar profit of $338,112, which is the main reason for the cash increase of $424,797.  The increase in sales revenue can be attributed to the strong sales growth of our signature products, including air quality monitors, tritium monitors, and forensic drones. Being first to market with our scientific drones allowed us to establish ourselves at the forefront of this fast-growing industry and we look forward to capitalizing on our momentum.”


  • US Nuclear Strikes Back Against Degradation of America’s Fisheries Seacoasts and Harbors

    US Nuclear Strikes Back Against Degradation of America’s Fisheries Seacoasts and Harbors

    Los Angeles, CA. August 27, 2019 – US Nuclear’s (OTC: UCLE) unique line of products already includes drones, air and stack monitors, water quality monitors, and even food monitors for measuring on-site industrial pollution, including harmful chemicals, bio-hazards, and radioactive toxins. Due to increasing demand, US Nuclear is now adding an industrial underwater robotic product line that features chemical, biological, and radiological sensors for constant, real-time water monitoring. These underwater robots would be deployed where they are needed most including seaports, reservoirs, water treatment plants, hatcheries, and wildlife preserves, and environmentally sensitive areas. Robert Goldstein, CEO of US Nuclear, commented “Every day we read about the degradation and loss of marine plants and animals in addition to the human sickness caused by contaminants and pollution. With these additions, we now offer a product that can efficiently monitor these pollutants continuously and in real-time so we can act quickly to mitigate the pollution.”

    Building on the success of the DroneRAD platform (UAVs mounted with CBRN sensors), US Nuclear recently teamed up with QYSEA Technology to design and build new industrial underwater robots integrated with radiological, chemical, biological, and video sensors. Backed by new knowledge and experience in the unmanned vehicle market, US Nuclear is continuing to design and build new sensor packages for the QYSEA platform to meet new mission objectives and requirements from customers. Unmanned underwater vehicles have many advantages over traditional methods used for measuring hazardous pollution, including continuous and real-time measurement with little to no downtime, more efficient, safer, cheaper, and less time-consuming. US Nuclear’s strategy is to deploy these real-time underwater robotic systems to safeguard vital locations which require constant monitoring of harmful pollutants, such as seaports, water treatment plants, and environmentally sensitive areas such as coral reefs.


  • US Nuclear Uplifted to OTC-QB Market

    US Nuclear Uplifted to OTC-QB Market

    Los Angeles, CA. July 29, 2019 – The continued growth of US Nuclear Corp (OTC: UCLE) has led the company to upgrade to the OTC-QB market.  US Nuclear Corp was previously listed on the OTC-Pink Marketplace, and this upgrade will help the company build shareholder value, increase visibility, and engage new investors.

    The key benefits of upgrading to OTC-QB include:

    Better Information: OTC-QB is recognized by the SEC as an established public market.  The platform enables US Nuclear to provide current public information that investors need to analyze, value, and trade UCLE.

    Efficient Market Standards: Multiple reporting standards give US Nuclear the flexibility to control reporting costs and complexity, while still providing a premium market.