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Results from Measurements on International Space Station to be Presented at WRMISS 2023 in Rome

Bubble Detector in the ISS

Bubble Technologies Industries (BTI) will present the results of the Radi-N and Radi-N2 experiments at the 26th Workshop on Radiation Monitoring for the International Space Station (WRMISS). The experiments, spanning over a decade, measured neutron radiation on the International Space Station (ISS) using BTI’s Bubble Detectors. WRMISS will be held this year in Rome, Italy. […]

Join Bubble Technology Industries at the 2023 National Homeland Security Conference in Chicago

Homeland Security Conference 2023

Visit BTI at the 2023 National Homeland Security Conference in Chicago, Illinois from July 24th-27th at booth 701. BTI will be exhibiting its state-of-the-art FlexSpec systems and its representatives will be discussing the latest developments in the product line. Learn how BTI can best serve your operation. To set up meetings with one of our […]

Lianne Ing Named President and CEO of Bubble Technology Industries

Harry Ing and Lianne Ing

After founding BTI in 1988 and successfully leading the company for 35 years as President and CEO, Dr. Harry Ing announced his intention to step down from his executive role and transition to a part-time role as Special Advisor, where he will focus on research and scientific mentorship. He will continue to serve as Chair […]

Bubble Technology Industries Looking For Water on the Moon

Robotic Rover on the surface of the moon.

November 14, 2022 (Chalk River, Ontario) – Bubble Technology Industries (BTI) is pleased to announce that it is part of the team that has received a $43M contract from the Government of Canada to design and build Canada’s first lunar rover, which will carry multiple science payloads to the Moon as early as 2026. The […]

Bubble Technology Industries Inducted Into the US Space Technology Hall of Fame

Space Hall of Fame Plaque

A unique technology developed and produced by Bubble Technology Industries (BTI) has been selected for induction into the prestigious US Space Technology Hall of Fame. BTI produces a small device for measuring neutron radiation, called the “bubble detector”. For over 30 years, the bubble detector has been used to protect people on Earth and astronauts […]

Lianne Ing named Co-Chair of SME Committee for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Lianne Ing- President of Bubble Technology Industries.

In addition to serving on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Lianne Ing, BTI’s Vice President, was named as the Co-Chair of the Small & Medium Enterprise (SME) Committee, serving alongside Co-Chair Scott Johnston from CBM Laywers LLP. The SME Committee is mandated to promote an improved environment in Canada for […]

Dr. Martin Smith of Bubble Technology Industries Receives Prestigious International Award

Dr. Martin Smith - Manager of Research and Development at Bubble Technology Industries.

October 13, 2021 (Chalk River, Ontario) – Dr. Martin Smith of Bubble Technology Industries (BTI) has been awarded the prestigious 1906 Award from the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). This international award is in recognition of Dr. Smith’s leadership in the development of a new IEC performance standard on Radiation Protection Instrumentation for Vehicle-Mounted Mobile Systems […]

Harry Ing awarded the Meritorious Service Cross

Meritorious Service Decoration

  In recognition of founding BTI and advancing the field of nuclear radiation detection, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, announced that Harry Ing will be awarded the prestigious Meritorious Service Cross. A presentation ceremony hosted by the Governor General will be held at a later date. The Meritorious Service […]

BTI Bubble Detectors in Space

Canadian Astronaut holding a BTI bubble detector

On December 3rd, 2018, 6 years after Chris Hadfield’s Radi-N2 mission, Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques will be launching to the International Space Station (ISS) to perform radiation measurements during his six-month mission. These measurements will be conducted as part of the Radi-N2 experiment, an experiment that measures astronauts’ exposure to potentially dangerous neutron radiation using […]

Radi-N2 Bubble Detectors used in ongoing space research aboard the ISS

Chris Hadfield

The Radi-N2 experiment aims to characterize neutron radiation in various locations of the International Space Station (ISS). As part of this experiment, bubble detectors produced by Bubble Technology Industries were deployed in the JPM1D5 area of the ISS. The dose information gathered from these detectors will be used to assess the neutron radiation exposure of astronauts […]