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Ideon and Orano deploy world’s first borehole muon tomography solution (Nuclear Engineering International)

Canadian Earth ‘x-ray’ start-up Ideon Technologies and France’s Orano Group said on 6 July that they have deployed the world’s first cosmic-ray muon detector for use in industry-standard boreholes. Read more at Nuclear Engineering International.

Transformative muon technology deployed at McClean Lake (World Nuclear News)

The world’s first cosmic-ray muon detector developed specifically for use in industry-standard boreholes, has been deployed at Orano’s McClean Lake site in northern Saskatchewan where it will be used to image a uranium deposit. The technology developed by Canadian start-up company Ideon Technologies could transform mineral exploration. Read about it on World Nuclear News.

Orano, Ideon deploy cosmic-ray muon detector at McLean Lake uranium site (International Mining)

Canada-based Earth ‘X-ray’ start-up, Ideon Technologies, and Orano Group, one of the world’s top uranium producers, have deployed the world’s first cosmic-ray muon detector for use in industry-standard boreholes. Read about it on the International Mining site.