Cambridge, UK, 5th September 2022- Scintacor, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jon Kemp as Managing Director Jon brings 2 decades of experience in diverse imaging applications including medical, industrial, aerospace and defense. Most recently, Jon held the role of Programme Director for CMOS & IR Imaging...

Global 8D training course for Scintacor Staff 8 members of the Scintacor team  have recently completed a 3-day Global 8D training course. The team dedicated 3 days to the off-site course, learning about Global 8D both ‘in the classroom’ and by working through real-life case studies to reinforce the process....

PROBA2l ESA satellite PROBA2's EUV Imager using P43 Scintillator coating Supplied by Scintacor  The PROBA2 Science Center, located at the Royal Observatory of Belgium in Brussels, oversees scientific operations and data processing for ESA's PROBA2 spacecraft.PROBA2 is a small ESA satellite with a scientific mission to explore the activity of...

Press ReleaseLviv, Ukraine and Dublin, Ireland - 7 February 2022 - Tibidabo Scientific Industries Ltd (“Tibidabo Scientific”), a global leader in highly differentiated technology for scientific research, aerospace, and industrial markets, today announces the opening of a new virtual office in Lviv, Ukraine.With offices in the United States, Ireland, the Netherlands,...

NASA's MESSENGER Spacecraft NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft orbited Mercury for more than four years. Among its accomplishments, the mission determined Mercury’s surface composition, revealed its geological history, discovered details about its internal magnetic field, and verified its polar deposits are dominantly water-ice. Measurements by X-ray, gamma-ray, and neutron spectrometers on the MESSENGER...

Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen 27th March 1845 – 10th February 1923, was a German mechanical engineer and physicist, who, on the 8 November 1895 produced and detected electromagnetic radiation in a wavelength range known as X-rays or Roentgen rays, an achievement that earned him the...

Pixi (Planetary In-Situ X-ray Imager) projectScintacor is collaborating with eXaminArt, on the Nasa funded PIXI (Planetary In-Situ X-ray Imager) project to develop an in-situ high-resolution X-ray computed tomography (microCT) instrument to analyse geological samples on the surface of Mars. The instrument will double as an X-ray spectrometer to map the...

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