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The ongoing debate regarding the need for nuclear science and its applications benefits immensely from the ongoing efforts of ANS members to inform the public discussion. The links below illustrate examples of ANS members offering their professional and scientific expertise in order to educate broad audiences. They link to original letters and articles written in the last 12 months by ANS members and published in national and community media markets.

Smarter Use of Nuclear Waste

William H. Hannum, Gerald E. Marsh and George S. Stanford explain how two innovations would eliminate the need to segregate waste for tens of thousands of years.

Nuclear plants on the rise

Jack Ohanian reflects on the remarkable turnaround in nuclear.

Nuclear solution

Jim Hopf reaches editorial pages with nuclear solutions.

Nuclear power may make a comeback

Howard Shaffer on the good reasons nuclear may make a comeback.

Time to take fresh look at neglected nuclear power

ANS member Barclay Jones encourages a fresh look at nuclear power

Radioisotopes too important to leave to foreign suppliers

Seattle Times Guest columnist Michael R. Fox explains why radioisotopes too important to leave to foreign suppliers.

Liberty Watch 5-29-05

Rod Adams, invited guest on Liberty Watch Radio on Sunday, May 29 points out some great ideas about the use of closed cycle atomic engines.

Time to take fresh look at neglected nuclear power

ANS member Bar clay Jones encourages a fresh look at nuclear power

Radioisotopes too important to leave to foreign suppliers

Seattle Times Guest columnist Michael R. Fox explains why radioisotopes too important to leave to foreign suppliers.

Liberty Watch 5-29-05

Rod Adams, invited guest on Liberty Watch Radio on Sunday, May 29 points out some great ideas about the use of closed cycle atomic engines.

Joy Cardin - 04/29B

University of Wisconsin's Paul Wilson dis cusses President Bush's energy policy as it pertains to nuclear power on Joy Cardin's show on the Ideas network of Wisconsin Public Radio.

Nuclear plant accident created no health risk

Jim Hopf addresses the real effects of radiation and lack of exposure in Pennsylvania.

Nuclear energy can be the answer

Smyth Award winner Neil Todre as describes nuclear's ability to contribute to growing energy challenges.

Nuclear Energy Offers the Solution U.S. Seeks

'Clinton Bastin gets equal time to talk energy in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

North Anna nuclear debate is good--as long as it's based on fact

Lisa Shell promotes fact-based debate in Virginia

A bad move by California

Clinton Bastin reminds Atlanta Journal Constitution readers of lessons learned in California

China's grasp on atomic energy

Rod Adams offers optimism in the Christian Science Monitor.

Sound science on Yucca disposal

ANS member Mike Corradini emphasizes sound science on Yucca in Washington Times Letters to the Editor.

Nuclear power helps environment

Guest commentary by Dr. Robert C. Amme.

Nuke shipments are safe

|Denis Beller offers a comp elling Op/Ed piece reassuring Nevadans on the safety of Yucca Mountain.

Energy debate keeps going, and going

Incoming ANS President Jim Tulenko and member Sheldon Landsberger each share their thoughts on the energy bill.

Guest Column: Wind power potential may be bunch of hot air

Ray Ashley serves as Guest Columnist to evaluate the relative potential of wind power.

Letter to the Editor: Ivins is rising on hot air

Ray Ashley responds to Molly Ivins' column on wind power.

Guest Column: Media and educators fail to inform and teach

Ray Ashley comments on role of media and educators in a guest column seen in the Amarillo Globe-News.

Nuclear Safety: Nuclear Power Plants and Their Fuel as Terrorist Targets

Ted Rockwell contributes with several other past ANS presidents in the Sept. 20 2002 issue of Science.

Plants prove much cleaner than those using coal, gas

Jeff Eerkens ex plains in the Columbia Daily Tribune why calls for clean energy are demands for nuclear power.

Last updated June 27, 2012, 8:48am CDT.

 
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