Record breaking fusion reaction could transform medical isotope production 04 Oct 2019 Tami Freeman The Phoenix neutron generator is installed at SHINE Medical Technologies' isotope production campus in Wisconsin. (Courtesy: Phoenix/SHINE) Nuclear technology...
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
September 27, 2019 06:40 PM Eastern Daylight Time MADISON, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Imbed Biosciences, Inc. (Imbed) announced today that it has been awarded a $1.5 million two-year Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Institute for Arthritis...
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Thomas “Rock” Mackie, an emeritus professor of medical physics, engineering physics and biomedical engineering, received the Gold Medal Award for his contributions to cancer treatment from the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), the world’s premier radiation oncology society.
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.
The idea for Fetch Rewards came from a UW-Madison student’s frustration with the number of rewards programs he was asked to join. Instead of downloading multiple apps, Wes Schroll just wanted one place where he could earn rewards points for his groceries and household...
Fetch Rewards founder and CEO Wes Schroll says the company’s rapid growth last year was driven organically through referrals and social engagement.
JANESVILLE, Wis., Aug. 26, 2019 – SHINE Medical Technologies, LLC today announced the appointment of Paul D. Ryan to the company’s board of directors.
As VCs look for more opportunities to put their money into venture hubs outside New York and Silicon Valley, regions like the Great Lakes are stepping up to take advantage.