Explore topics related to nondestructive testing, neutron imaging, radiation hardening, and more — plus updates from Phoenix’s Fitchburg, Wisconsin headquarters and imaging center.
Our neutron generator brings newfound reliability and access to nondestructive testing. See what new perspectives it can offer you.
Explore how neutron radiography can help manufacturers in a variety of industries design better, more efficient, and safer products.
Radiation effects testing is critical for a variety of industries. Here, we explore the ins and outs of rad hardening and effects testing.
Neutron imaging is a powerful tool for NDT materials testing applications. Here, we explore these powerful applications in greater detail.
This past Earth Day weekend, we here at Phoenix were happy to be involved in Girl Scout Troop 8513’s Bronze Award tree-planting project.
SHINE Medical Technologies LLC and Phoenix LLC today announced that the companies have completed a merger.
Phoenix announced today that it has received a $2.5 million Cooperative Agreement.
Gadolinium’s extremely high neutron cross section makes it a powerful contrast agent in neutron radiography.
Phoenix announces plans to construct a second neutron imaging center near the aerospace, defense and tech hub of the San Francisco Bay Area.
We have made many milestones this year as we take our neutron generator technology further for the betterment of humanity.
In the realm of aircraft and spacecraft, tiny, hard-to-detect flaws and even the smallest oversights can lead to catastrophic outcomes.
Read why gadolinium and other neutron absorbers are powerful tools for many neutron radiography applications.
A long, long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, one of our engineers tried out a carbonite freezing reenactment—with neutron imaging!
Earlier this week, Phoenix held its second-ever AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) session on Reddit! Read a recap of how it went.
Phoenix has been awarded a $10 million ceiling IDIQ (indefinite quantity, indefinite delivery) contract with the US Army.
2019 was a big year for Phoenix—we’re on to better our world through innovations in nuclear technology.
We have demonstrated the capability to take ASTM Category I neutron radiographs at our accelerator-based industrial radiography facility.
a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to officially welcome Phoenix to its future home of Fitchburg, Wisconsin.
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There’s a problem with calling neutron radiography “N-ray.” And that problem is… “N rays” already exist. Or, rather, “N rays” don’t exist.
What possibilities can more accessible, readily-available neutron imaging unlock for automotive manufacturers?
With our partner SHINE, Phoenix’s neutron generators have set a new world record for strongest sustained nuclear fusion reaction.
Learn about the disruptive potential of composites additive manufacturing and how N-ray can help the innovators in aerospace do their best.
Earlier in Q4 of 2018, our quality management system was audited and certified to meet the ISO's requirements.
While we can’t bring the neutron generators to you, we’re packing up our robots and heading to Houston, TX on October 28th- 31st.
Phoenix recently signed an agreement to provide two nuclear fuel inspection systems for a major US company.
Phoenix Nuclear Labs has been selected for the 2017 Best of Monona Award.
Phoenix Nuclear Labs announced that it has closed on $12M in funding to support its next stage of growth.