Radiation Measurement

Martian Selfie Catches AREVA CANBERRA Technology

Martian Selfie Catches AREVA CANBERRA Technology

Thanks to Planetary blogger Emily Lakdawalla for posting the current “selfie” of dusty Mars rover Curiosity (see image below), and revealing a peak-a-boo view of… Read More

Lights, CANBERRA, Action!

Lights, CANBERRA, Action!

September 26, 2013 0 comments
Posted in News, Radiation Measurement

Hey Students! We want to see what you are learning while using CANBERRA equipment, so send us a video! If it’s selected as a top… Read More

CANBERRA Equipment Lands on Mars

CANBERRA Equipment Lands on Mars

August 10, 2012 0 comments
Posted in News, Radiation Measurement

The NASA Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) was launched in the fall of 2011 to determine the planet’s habitability. On August 5, 2012 the MSL rover… Read More

CANBERRA Partners with Energy Efficiency Fund to Reduce Energy Consumption at Headquarters

CANBERRA, a leading provider of nuclear measurement systems and solutions, has taken advantage of financing and expertise provided by the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund in… Read More

AREVA Expands Operations in Eastern Tennessee

There is nothing complex about defining economic growth. It’s simply a measurement showing additional jobs, additional business, and additional investment. For example, AREVA just announced… Read More

AREVA Sends Radiation Detectors to Japan

AREVA Sends Radiation Detectors to Japan

AREVA’s Nuclear Measurements Business Unit (CANBERRA) quickly responded this week to the need in Japan by shipping a supply of crucial emergency support radiation measurement… Read More

AREVA is Mobilized for Japan

Paris, March 16, 2011 Following the earthquake and tsunami that struck northern Japan, AREVA is mobilizing its forces to provide support to residents of the… Read More

University of Florida Receives Support for Educating Engineers

August 20, 2010 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, Radiation Measurement, Reactors

Congratulations to the University of Florida and the University of Tennessee as the recipient of a $150,000 grant from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in support… Read More

Growth in Idaho Falls Calls for Office Relocation

July 1, 2009 0 comments
Posted in News, Radiation Measurement

Idaho Falls, Idaho has been busy with AREVA activities for quite some time, and today was no exception as three AREVA Inc. subsidiaries collected into… Read More