RadioNuclear 22: HBO’s Chernobyl: A Setback or Opportunity?

By Doug Hardtmayer Episode 22 of RadioNuclear is now available. In this episode, we discuss the recent miniseries “Chernobyl”, which recently concluded on HBO. We debunk some of the more 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 →

EBR-1 in Photos

by Will Davis December 20, 1951 marks an important date in the history of nuclear power; it’s the date on which the first useful electric power was generated by atomic Continue Reading →

Today in History: Einstein Presented World with Famous Equation in Physics

By Vedant Mehta Albert Einstein is one of the most well-known physicists throughout history. Among other things, he is also known for formulating the world-famous equation E=mc2, the equation that Continue Reading →

Nuclear Plant Construction Delay and Cost 3

by Will Davis The year 1971 saw a continuation of the general trend of rising capital costs for all types of power plants, described by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission Continue Reading →

National Nuclear Science Week 2018 Kicks Off

This week is National Nuclear Science Week – an exciting week of learning, teaching and interacting on all things nuclear-related.  (You can read about the history of National Nuclear Science Continue Reading →