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 →

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 →

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 →

Show Engineering Love During EWeek, February 17-23

By Janice Lindegard Founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951, Engineers Week (EWeek), is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing interest in Continue Reading →

President Signs Pro-Nuclear Legislation

By Dr. James Conca Two bipartisan pieces of legislation modernizing America’s nuclear future have recently become law. It’s still a long way from pushing nuclear builds the way we need Continue Reading →

Listen: ANS Member Dr. Christopher Morrison on Space Radiation & More

ANS member Dr. Christopher Morrison was a recent guest on The Space Show. Dr. Morrison covered space radiation, lifetime radiation limitations, legal limits, rodent GCR and radiation experimentation, terrestrial radiation simulations, space Continue Reading →

The Mother of Radiation: Marie Curie

By Kaitlyn Butler The start of Marie Curie’s story isn’t like most of the other scientists that  had made a name for themselves throughout history, mostly because she was a Continue Reading →