SHINE Medical CEO Talks Europe Expansion, Future Phases of Company

In addition to creating a company that may soon supply two-thirds of the global demand for radioisotopes used in medical imaging, Wisconsin’s Greg Piefer is moving towards plans to create machinery that will produce clean energy and solve nuclear waste issues. At the...

New ways to make molybdenum-99

A crucial short-lived isotope is in short supply

One fear raised by those who oppose Britain’s leaving the European Union without a deal is that the import of radioactive isotopes for medicine would be at risk. These short-lived substances might, people wo

Shine Medical Technologies debuts therapeutics division

Medical isotopes maker Shine Medical Technologies last week created a division to make therapeutic products, saying it plans to first focus on a cancer treatment. The Janesville, Wis.-based company said its Shine Therapeutics business will begin with the development...

SHINE & Phoenix Combine for World Record

Phoenix and SHINE Achieve New World Record for Strongest Nuclear Fusion Reaction in a Steady-State System

Leading nuclear technology companies collaborating to help turn nuclear weapons into medicine and help a billion patients

Breakthrough has potential to transform medical isotope production, solve a global health care shortage, provide a stepping stone to cleaner, safer, more abundant energy

Piefer Awarded Honors by UW

JANESVILLE, Wis., Sept. 12, 2019 –SHINE Medical Technologies LLC today announced that its founder and CEO Greg Piefer has received the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Physics’ 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award.