The 268th Nuclear Energy Blog Carnival is being held this week here at the ANS Nuclear Cafe. Each week, the world’s top English-language pro-nuclear bloggers and authors contribute their top Continue Reading →
by Jim Hopf Inexpensive nuclear: We did it before, why can’t we do it again? Joseph Romm, editor of the Climate Progress blog and well-known nuclear power skeptic, wrote a Continue Reading →
This week’s presentation features one of the biggest stars in the world of nuclear energy today: Plant Vogtle’s expansion project. You’ll see the progress on site first hand, as always Continue Reading →
“Technical Area Five” or TA-V at Sandia National Laboratories encompasses a fascinating array of nuclear research activitites, which are detailed in this five-and-a-half minute video.
by Will Davis The development of any competitive technology has always been marked by a headlong rush by competitors in the field to achieve before others. The dash to develop workable Continue Reading →
The versatile, powerful and unique ATR (Advanced Test Reactor) at Idaho National Laboratory is featured in this video describing it, the history of materials testing reactors that led up to Continue Reading →
The only power facility in California that does not use any of the state’s precious fresh water is the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant in San Luis Obispo County. It can even Continue Reading →