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2014-02-24 23:28:43

The recently introduced High Purity Germanium Detector based Field Gamma Spectrometer Hawk establishes its advantage over all other commercially available systems of its kind. Middletown,

2014-02-03 23:24:06

The new NATS EDUC-1510 student radiation counting system provides the ultimate in nuclear lab systems for students studying the characteristics of radiation.

2013-09-30 23:41:19

The new "HAWK" from NATS Incorporated is the answer to an affordable, light weight high resolution germanium detector (HPGe) based portable spectrometer offering the best price to performance

2013-09-18 23:30:37

The HAWK is field gamma spectrometer based on high purity germanium technology.

2013-08-19 23:23:04

NATS Incorporated in conjunction with its technical partners expands its radiation detection product lines to feature several systems for radiation monitoring of seawater which includes On-line,

2013-08-12 23:21:42

NATS Inc. and GE recently signed an International Trade Partnership (ITP) agreement.

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2010-11-04 10:00:00

A table-top gamma-ray detector created at the University of Michigan can not only identify the presence of dangerous nuclear materials, but can pinpoint and show their exact location and type, unlike conventional detectors.

2009-04-28 18:40:00

SAN DIEGO, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, InteliBiz announced the completion and delivery of computer software that converts data from gamma ray detectors into visual spectrums useful for identifying and measuring radioactive substances. The process is based on Gamma Spectroscopy, "Which is not a new technology," said Bill Edmett, CEO of InteliBiz, "but this software is an economical approach, which provides a relatively quick and inexpensive means of reporting on the presence of...


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