By Tari Marshall The Supreme Court’s stay on implementation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) came just a day after the American Nuclear Society introduced a Continue Reading →
by M. Alex Brown Something that all engineers have in common is the desire to tackle real-world challenges. For many nuclear engineers the challenges may be related to the power Continue Reading →
This week’s ANS Nuclear Cafe Friday Matinee features an update from South Carolina Electric & Gas on “A Year of Progress for V. C. Summer Units 2 and 3.” These Continue Reading →
by Lauren Sukin One of the primary worries of nonproliferation proponents is that the spread of dual-use nuclear technologies—in particular uranium enrichment and plutonium reprocessing capabilities—will allow nuclear energy programs Continue Reading →
The 298th edition of the Nuclear Energy Blog Carnival has posted at Yes Vermont Yankee. • Click here to access Carnival 298. Each week, a new edition of the Carnival Continue Reading →
NASA’s December 2015 report: Curiosity on Mars. Brought to you with the help from nuclear technology! Enjoy!
By Beth Piper Wisconsin may be lifting its decades-old nuclear power ban, a move that would allow the construction of new nuclear facilities to provide clean energy throughout the state. Continue Reading →