UPDATED 1/28/2021—With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to update you that Inrad Optics is continuing to ensuring the health and safety of our employees and associates by actively and earnestly following all best practice CDC guidelines for prevention in the workplace (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html.) We continue to enforce strict social distancing, hygiene and masking practices across the entirety of our operations. Our large facility allows us, especially our technicians, to adhere to social distancing best practices while maintaining production.

An organic scintillator used for fast neutron detection, Scintinel™ stilbene is commercially produced at Inrad Optics. This material enables next-generation radiation detection for physics research, homeland security and nuclear nonproliferation. Inrad Optics has launched a new website specifically for the Scintinel™ product line. This website allows stilbene customers access to summaries of properties and performance and links to scientific publications that demonstrate a range of applications.

UPDATED 3/23/2020—With regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to inform you that Inrad Optics is ensuring the health and safety of our employees and associates by actively and earnestly following all best practice CDC guidelines for prevention in the workplace (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html.) We have applied social distancing practices in our operations and implemented a connected, remote workforce where practicable. Our large facility allows us, especially our technicians, to adhere to social distancing best practices while maintaining production.

Inrad Optics worked with Department of Nuclear Engineering, North Carolina State University to provide Scintinel™ stilbene crystals of various orientations mounted in housed assemblies for an anisotropy study on the performance of stilbene.