The brochures are available in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. All PDFs, unless otherwise noted, are suitable for both viewing and printing.
A Day With The Atom
Learn more about how we use nuclear science and technology every day from the time we get up to when we go to bed.
Clear Thinking on Nuclear
ANS has developed this brochure as a leave-behind for members to use their grassroots outreach. As nuclear professionals continue to introduce themselves to community leaders, ANS encourages them to distribute the "Clear Thinking on Nuclear" brochure. It articulates the purpose of a professional society and enumerates the resources that ANS members contribute.
The Greening of the Nuclear Age
This color brochure focuses on the contributions of nuclear science & technology to sustainable development efforts. Discusses ways in which nuclear technology has been fulfilling the Rio Principles for many years. Brochure prepared for distribution at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in August 2002. Six pages (8-1/2" x 11"). Buy Now
Nuclear Energy Facts: Questions and Answers
This booklet contains the answers to 40 of the most commonly asked questions about nuclear energy's use in generating electricity. Public concerns about need, costs, safety, and waste disposal are addressed with references and additional resources. Buy Now
Nuclear Power: A Sustainable Source of Energy
This brochure addresses why nuclear power is a sustainable source of energy. Gives reasons why nuclear power should be included in the list of energy options available for use by nations seeking to achieve their targets under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). New for 2000. Buy Now
This two-color brochure provides information about ever-present natural sources of radiation and man-made radiation sources; includes a chart which enables readers to estimate annual personal radiation exposure. Buy Now
Source Energy Equivalents Pellet
A simulated uranium fuel pellet is attached to this informative card. The quantity of energy that can be released from this amount of nuclear fuel is compared to three major energy sources: oil, coal, and natural gas. With a graphic illustration of source equivalents, this card is a useful resource for public information exhibits, discussion groups, students, scout groups, and other audiences.
The reverse side of the card provides text and illustrations which show how pellets are place in fuel rods and bundles for use in a nuclear reactor. The text explains current planning for geological disposal of spent nuclear fuel. There is brief reference to transportation from a reactor site to a geological depository.
Front of card is in color; reverse side is black and white. 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". Designed for 7th - 12th grade students and adults. Buy Now
This brochure addresses how nuclear science and technology are crucial to Sustainable Development. Discusses the contributions of nuclear science and technology to improved health, improved quality of life, and increased capacity for economic development (as an outgrowth of scientific research using nuclear technology). Buy Now
Printed copies of the brochures are available. A single copy is free. Please email your request to the Outreach Department with the following items: the brochure name; your name; and your complete mailing address. Quantities are available at cost from the ANS Store.
Last updated June 27, 2012, 9:04am CDT.