SHINE Medical Technologies and Deerfield Management Company, a healthcare investment firm, announced today the closing of a definitive agreement providing a $150 million financing commitment to support diagnostic and therapeutic medical isotope manufacturing.
Phoenix has delivered the first production accelerator to SHINE’s Building One, the first building on the SHINE medical isotope production campus in Janesville, WI.
SHINE announced today that it is holding a design competition in collaboration with the Janesville School District. The competition asks students to create a 3D-printed object to be used by SHINE as an employee award of excellence, titled The Illuminator Award.
SHINE was proud to sponsor and participate in the 2018 Bert Blain Memorial Heart Walk in Janesville, WI. Held on August 26th, the walk supported the American Heart Association’s mission to reduce disability and death caused by cardiovascular disease and stroke. SHINE raised more than double its fundraising goal, and this year is proud to have exceeded its goal for the second year in a row, raising $4,333.
SHINE Medical Technologies, Inc. (SHINE), a Wisconsin-based company dedicated to being the world leader in the safe, clean, affordable production of medical isotopes, announced today that Todd Asmuth, SHINE President and CFO, will present at the CJS Securities 18thAnnual New Ideas Summer Conference on July 10th in White Plains, NY.
SHINE was recently featured in ANS Nuclear News article about how we will soon be creating a stable supply of molybdenum-99.
SHINE Medical Technologies, Inc. (SHINE), a Wisconsin-based company dedicated to being the world leader in the safe, clean, affordable production of medical isotopes, announced today that it will host a key opinion leader (KOL) meeting on the topic of Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostics on June 15th in New York City.
SHINE and Rock Creek Innovations to Partner on Design and Implementation of Instrumentation and Control Protection Systems for Medical Isotope Plant
After breaking ground in August of 2017, JP Cullen completed the 6-month construction project three weeks ahead of schedule and on budget, with zero OSHA-recordable incidents. The 11,400 sq. ft. Building One will be one of the most advanced, private, nuclear technology facilities in the world.
Great article on moly-99 in the NYT, featuring SHINE.