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 →

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 →