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About US Nuclear Corp:

US Nuclear Corporation is a publicly traded holding company, Ticker UCLE, specializing in the development and manufacturing of radiation detection instrumentation. Through our operating divisions (Technical Associates and Overhoff Technology), US Nuclear Corp. harbors more than 100 years of combined experience in supplying top of the line instrumentation to nuclear power plants, national laboratories, government agencies, homeland security, military, universities and schools, research companies, hospitals, energy companies, weapons facilities, first responders, local governments, and individuals. One of our core values is to punctually deliver top-quality products that have been thoroughly tested and certified, continuously improving design and functionality to ensure precise radiation detection and proper worker safety. Product development is another key aspect that defines us—if you can’t find a product that meets your needs, or if you have a unique project with special requirements, we can work with you to design a system to meet your specifications. Feel free to contact us today to discuss your application and requirements.


About Robert Goldstein:


Mr. Goldstein entered the radiation detection industry in 1972 as an applications engineer, production manager, and then general manager for Technical Associates. Mr. Goldstein is a physicist and an award winning specialist in the nuclear radiation detection industry has more than 30 years of experience in the field. He has authored more than 20 white papers and abstract presentations on industrial research use of radiation measurement equipment and instruments. His work has been met and approved by US Federal standards set by the EPA, FDA, and NRC. Mr. Goldstein has also worked closely with and continues ongoing joint development programs with and He was instrumental in the acquisition of Overhoff Technology Corp, the world’s only tritium detection company in 2006. His experience in the field of radiation detection ranges from development of instrumentation to design and development for air, water and surface applications. He is also an accomplished inventor having invented miniature radiation detectors for use during surgery. Mr. Goldstein graduated from MIT with a BS in Physics and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. Mr. Goldstein is affiliated with the following scientific groups: Health Physics Society, American Nuclear Society, DOE (US Department of Energy) Tritium Focus Group, DOE (US Department of Energy) Air Monitoring User’s Group, DOE (US Department of Energy) Health Physics Instrument Committee.