2012 ~ The year that was in nuclear energy

Plus a few pointers to what’s in store for 2013 By Dan Yurman On a global scale the nuclear industry had its share of pluses and minuses in 2012. Japan’s Continue Reading →

Clinch River Site will once again lead nuclear development

By Will Davis (Above, Westinghouse artwork depicting the Clinch River Breeder Reactor plant as envisaged in November 1973.) The Department of Energy announced recently that it would award the first Continue Reading →

President-elect Hoffman charters new ANS student section at Chattanooga State

American Nuclear Society President-elect Donald Hoffman recently visited the ANS Student Section at Chattanooga State Community College. Hoffman thanked the students for their outstanding participation at the recent Department of Energy Continue Reading →

Nuclear Matinee: Prep work at Sequoyah Unit 2

Today’s ANS Nuclear Matinee shows viewers a time-lapse film of a steel superstructure being built on top of the dome of Sequoyah-2’s reactor containment building. The work is being done Continue Reading →

Dr. G. Ivan Maldonado presents ANS comments at TVA Board hearing

On August 16, G. Ivan Maldonado, PhD, Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering with the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, attended a Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Board Meeting on behalf of the American Continue Reading →