• Unveiling the Power of PFAS Detectors:

    Unveiling the Power of PFAS Detectors: Safeguarding Health and the Environment

    Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have emerged as a significant concern in recent years due to their persistent nature and potential adverse effects on human health and the environment. Detecting and monitoring PFAS contamination is crucial to safeguarding public health and ensuring environmental protection. In this article, we delve into the realm of PFAS detectors, exploring their benefits and significance in addressing the challenges posed by these harmful chemicals.

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  • Drones Equipped with Radiation Detectors

    Drones equipped with radiation detectors

    can be helpful in several ways, particularly when monitoring and assessing radiation levels are required. Here are some examples of how such drones can be beneficial:

    • Nuclear Accidents or Disasters: In a nuclear accident or disaster, drones can be deployed to quickly and safely assess the radiation levels in the affected area without risk to First Responders. They can provide real-time data on radiation hotspots, allowing authorities to identify hazardous zones and make informed decisions regarding evacuation, containment, and cleanup efforts.

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  • PFAS Chemicals and New Detection Technology

    PFAS Chemicals and New Detection Technology

    Until now, there has not been a real-time detector for air or waterborne PFAS chemicals. Technical Associates, the design and manufacturing division of US Nuclear Corp, introduces new technology to the market for determining PFAS chemicals in air or water.

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  • AEHS – Association For Environmental Health And Sciences Foundation

    AEHS - Association For Environmental Health And Sciences Foundation

    32nd Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air,
    San Diego, March 20-23, 2023

    US Nuclear participated in the 32nd Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air in March, otherwise known as AEHS WEST in San Diego. Technical Associates, the design and manufacturing division of US Nuclear, has an extensive product line of detection and monitoring instruments. The diversity of Technical Associates’ product catalog providing radiation, chemical and biological detection and monitoring, and environmental health is at the forefront of TA’s product offerings.

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  • WQA Convention & Expo Experience

    After almost four years of no conference expo opportunities due to the pandemic, US Nuclear Corp is excited to ramp up travel and show appearances.

    US Nuclear Corp had a great experience at the recent WQA in Las Vegas. The attendees were very interested in US Nuclear Corp’s water product line. Technical Associates, the design/build division of US Nuclear Corp, has an extensive suite of water instruments measuring radiation, chemicals, including PFAS, and biological contamination.

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  • LAQA 2023 Indoor Air Quality Association

    IAQA 2023 Indoor Air Quality Association

    Annual Meeting And Expo, Austin Texas, Feb 19-22, 2023

    US Nuclear started the year off with a bang at the IAQA Meeting and Expo in February. After three-plus years of no in-person trade shows this one was perfect with which to get started. Technical Associates, the design and manufacturing division of US Nuclear, has an extensive product line of air detection and monitoring instruments. In providing radiation, chemical, and biological detection and monitoring the IAQA proved to be a good fit.

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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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  • January is National Radon Action Month

    For two weeks straight, Stanley Watras set off the radiation alarms as he entered his workplace at the Limerick Nuclear Power Plant in Pennsylvania. Authorities at the plant were stunned to learn that the source of the radiation was astoundingly high levels of radon gas in the basement of the Watras family home and not from the nuclear plant itself. That was in 1984.

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  • Signing of Historic LOI for Mining Expedition to the Moon

    LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / February 16, 2021 / US Nuclear Corp (OTCQB: UCLE) and Solar System Resources Corporation in Poland signed a historic transatlantic agreement for the supply of the desperately rare helium-3 isotope from deposits located on the moon.

    Helium-3 is humanity's hope for cheap, ecological fusion energy without the production of radioactive wastes. It is estimated that 200 tons of helium-3 would be enough to meet the global annual energy needs of all mankind without producing greenhouse gases or pollution and without burdensome social austerities and sacrifices - unlimited, cheap, clean, green energy.

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  • NASA and US Space Force Are Considering Fusion Energy to Power Our Moon and Mars

    LOS ANGELES, CA, June 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE ‒ US Nuclear Corp. (OTC: UCLE) announces that NASA has just released “Artemis Accords - Guidelines For Humans to Abide by in Space” which also covers protection of the astronaut’s basic infrastructure, including their major assets: spaceships and the Moon and Mars base power plants. Ideally, these will all be fusion-powered.

    NASA and the new US Space Force need a clean, high-powered, compact, and safe energy source for spacecraft propulsion and to establish operations on the Moon and colonizing Mars. Since there is little spare oxygen on space ships, the Moon, and Mars, most conventional energy sources (such as fossil fuels) will not burn and are not useful. Nuclear fission is not safe, and solar cells do not generate adequate power.

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