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Bubble Technology Industries Awarded Project Through CSA’s Space Technology Development Program

Cheryl Gallant, Canadian Member of Parliament for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, was on-site today to announce a new $555,281 project award to Bubble Technology Industries through the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Technology Development Program. The funding will support …


Dr. Martin Smith Presents Results from the Measurements of Neutron Radiation on the International Space Station

On March 26th, 2015, Dr. Martin Smith, a Senior Scientist at Bubble Technology Industries, presented the “Measurements of Neutron Radiation on the International Space Station” to the Canadian Nuclear Society. …


Ongoing Radiation Experiments Onboard the ISS

As part of the ongoing Radi-N2 experiment, which aims to characterize neutron radiation in various locations of the International Space Station, bubble detectors were deployed in the Japanese Experiment Module …


Update on Radi-N2 Bubble Detector Experiments aboard the International Space Station

The Radi-N2 project, funded by the Canadian Space Agency, continues to collect neutron radiation monitoring data using Bubble Technology Industries’ bubble detectors inside the International Space Station (ISS). Measurements were performed recently by NASA astronaut Barry …


Radiation Dosimetry Inside ISS

As part of the ongoing Radi-N2 experiment, which aims to characterize neutron radiation in various locations of the International Space Station, bubble detectors were deployed in the Japanese Experiment Module …


RADI-N2 and You Program Announcement

In August of 2012, BTI partnered with Let’s Talk Science and the Canadian Space Agency on the project “Radi-N2 and You”. The project ran from December 2012 until May 2013 and allowed …


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