April 15, 2020 – Neutron detection and imaging are having a prominent impact and have much more to contribute in the coming months. The information gained will dramatically increase our understanding of atomic scale structural and functional information of the new and deadly COVID-19 virus macromolecule. Neutron research reactors worldwide have now forcefully, and with … Continue reading NOVA Scientific and neutron research on SARS-CoV-2 virus
NOVA Scientific’s recently upgraded neutron imaging demountable is now equipped with a highly user friendly and ‘turn-key’ imaging and ultra-fast timing Delay Line Readout from Surface Concept (Mainz, Germany), capable of very high spatial and ultra-fast timing resolution – in a wide range of formats up to 150mm. A link to the demountable detector brochure can be found here, and a link to our joint website can be found here.
Contact us directly for more information about our customized demountable neutron detector solutions, including square or rectangular detection areas as well as alternate readouts: phosphor screen, single- and multi-anodes, crossed grid, Wedge and Strip, Medipix/Timepix, and Resistive Anode.
January 7, 2019 – NOVA Scientific, Inc. was granted a U.S. Department of Energy SBIR award to develop, refine, and commercialize a large format (150mm) solid-state neutron imaging detector for cold to epithermal energies, based on its unique patent-protected neutron-sensitive microchannel plate (MCP) technology. This large area time-of-flight (TOF) detector, with integrated electronic imaging readout, … Continue reading NOVA Scientific Receives Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Award from the Department of Energy (DOE)
April 10, 2018 – NOVA Scientific was awarded US Patent 9,941,438, which extends the neutron response of microchannel plate (MCP) neutron imaging detectors well beyond thermal neutron energies into the higher ‘epithermal’ energy range (0.1 eV – 100 eV). This advances the state-of-the art in epithermal neutron imaging and detection, providing both very high resolution … Continue reading US Patent #9,941,438