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 →

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 →

Looking Back: A Brief History of CONTE

By Dr. Jane LeClair The accident that occurred at Three Mile Island on March 28, 1979, brought about many changes to the nuclear industry. Among the changes was the industry 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 →

Nuclear Medicine Radiates Hope For Patients

By Emma Meyers As a fourth year nursing student working in Chicago area hospitals, I deal with nuclear medicine quite often. The term “nuclear medicine” can sound disconcerting, but when 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 →

Navigating Nuclear with Bob Fine and Dr. Eric Loewen

By Douglas Hardtmayer On Episode 12 of RadioNuclear, we discuss how fear-mongering stories about nuclear power plants in the path of a hurricane are irrelevant, the Oyster Creek Shutdown, and Continue Reading →