Today’s ANS Friday Matinee is an official video tour of Darlington Nuclear Station, produced for the public by Ontario Power Generation. Click here to launch the video! The nuclear plant Continue Reading →
DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Nuclear Society. By Lauren Sukin Iran isn’t the only Middle Eastern country that’s been Continue Reading →
This week’s ANS Nuclear Cafe Friday Matinee features a video from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commmission on safety systems used in CANDU reactors. Click here to watch the video!
This week’s feature is a six and a half minute video from Argonne National Laboratory. “On December 2, 1942, 49 scientists, led by Enrico Fermi, made history when Chicago Pile Continue Reading →
The 269th edition of the Nuclear Energy Blog Carnival has posted at Yes Vermont Yankee •Click here to access Carnival 269. Each week, a new edition of the Carnival is hosted Continue Reading →
by Geoff Watts Radioactivity stirs primal fears in many people, but Geoff Watts argues that an undue sense of its risks can cause real harm. Bad Gastein in the Continue Reading →
This week’s feature is a half hour documentary on the history of the National Reactor Testing Station, or NRTS (now part of Idaho National Laboratory) which has seen 52 different Continue Reading →