Strategic Partners
brimRADTM is working with a number of outside R+D labs to better characterize and validate the advanced materials it works with.

This includes many industrial labs that also very well may become customers. Often these labs use their own instrumentation to test and verify brimRADTM ’s advanced materials in a way that is conducive to integrating the materials into their detectors. This is an important initial handoff as brimRAD first goes to prototype and then to commercial orders.

The Naval Research Lab helps brimRADTM identify the direction and quality of the Crystal using processes such as x-ray diffraction. NRL has the ability to identify Defects in the crystals that will help to improve them.
Strategic Partners Help, Validate brimRADTM Efforts
The Naval Research Lab helps brimRADTM identify the direction and quality of the Crystal using processes such as x-ray diffraction. NRL has the ability to identify Defects in the crystals that will help to improve them.

The U.S. Army Research Lab also performs radiation detection measurements using neutron sources. It also offers photolithography capabilities.

Penn State University is involved in providing sintering processes for advanced materials that may be useful to brimRAD.

The U.S. Army Edwards Chemical and Biological Center provides neutron source testing for brimRAD detectors.

The Stanford Research Institute offers theoretical modeling for some of the advanced Materials that brimRADTM develops.
  • The Naval Research Lab (NRL)
  •   Identifies direction and quality of crystal using X-ray diffraction, other processes
      Identifies defects in crystals
  • Johns Hopkins Medical tests detectors in medical devices
  • Army Research Lab measures radiation detection using neutron sources, photolithography
  • Penn State University provides sintering processes
  • Army Edwards Chemical + Biological Center (ECBC) provides neutron source testing
  • Stanford Research Institute provides theoretical modeling