Advocating for Nuclear with the NESD

By Hannah Gardiner Sometimes it feels like we’re fighting an uphill battle for nuclear energy – and perhaps we are. Indeed, because an April 2018 survey by Pew Research found Continue Reading →

Anniversary Observations

By Alan Medsker The seismic event was huge and was felt all over the world.  With a moment magnitude of over 9.0, the earthquake and was the fourth largest ever Continue Reading →

Honoring Dr. Leona Woods – #Herstory

By Rita Patel During March’s Women’s History Month, I honor Leona Woods by telling #herstory. American Physicist Dr. Leona Woods is best known for her work on the now famous Continue Reading →

New Year, New Committee, Diversity and Inclusion in ANS

By Dr. Lane Carasik As I write this, I’m excited to know the future of the American Nuclear Society will involve the activities and efforts of the newly formed Diversity Continue Reading →

Why Nuclear is an Emerging Technology for the Space Economy

By Dr. Christopher Morrison Nuclear energy has played a key supporting role in historic missions to Mars, Pluto, and across the Solar System for the last 50 years. On January Continue Reading →

ANS Friday Nuclear Matinee 2/1: Vogtle Timeline Update

Our latest ANS Nuclear Cafe Matinee film is the latest video update by Southern Company on the progress of the Vogtle nuclear plant expansion.  This video runs just over seven Continue Reading →

Are the Tides Turning for Advanced U.S. Nuclear?

By Doug Hardtmayer Welcome to the New Year!  Even though I am on the road, there is just so much happening lately in nuclear I could not pass up the Continue Reading →