Memristors are novel micro-electronic devices that are currently investigated for their utility in ultra-low power computing. Memristors have history-dependent resistance states which can be altered by small applied voltages. At Khalifa University, we are investigating their use as radiation detectors, whereby the energy required for resistance state changes is provided by the radiation dose. The main goal of this project is to demonstrate that a memristor-based dosimeter can determine the radiation dose with considerably less electrical power requirements relative to traditional radiation detectors and can do so in a space environment. The main objective for the developed system is to be a promising technology for ultra-low power radiation sensing and dosimetry to monitor the long-term electronic “health” of satellites.