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IAEA launches comic book contest for teens
The International Atomic Energy Agency is inviting teens aged 14 to 18 to submit original comic book pages depicting a space-based nuclear science experiment on agricultural seeds that the agency is conducting with the United Nations’ Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). The contest is offering prizes, including publication of the winning designs on the IAEA website, for the champion and finalists. The deadline for April 16.
Michael F. L'Annunziata
Lauren D. Thew
Anna S. EricksonDan Kotlyar
Scot A. GreenleeJohn G. Gilligan
Ryan G. McClarren
University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez (Best Section)University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign (Second Place)Missouri University of Science and Technology (Third Place)University of New Mexico (Third Place)
Leo S. Fifield
Caleb S. BrooksKatrina M. GrothChristian M. Petrie
Robert E. Einziger
Idaho Local Section (Best Overall Meritorious)Idaho Local Section (Best Recruiting Program)United Arab Emirates Local Section (Best Public Information and Education)Savannah River Local Section (Best Local Section Management)Savannah River Local Section (Best Meetings and Programs)
Advanced Test Reactor Team (INL)
Imre and Maria Pázsit
Ibrahim JarrahJohn L. Pevey
James F. Stubbins
Assel AitkaliyevaCatherine L. Riddle
Charles “Chuck” Kessel
Amanda M. BachmannSven O. BaderAmir A. BahadoriLake H. BarrettJames W. BehrensJacopo BuongiornoNathan A. CarstensHans David GougarH. M. “Hash” HashemianMatthew Jeffrey JasicaN. Prasad Kadambi Lisa M. MarshallKathryn A. MummahGene A. Nelson
Armond CohenAndrew R. Griffith Rafael M. Grossi and the International Atomic Energy AgencyUkrainian Nuclear Workers
N. Dianne B. Ezell
Steven J. Zinkle
Robert L. Howard
William E. Webster, Jr.
Diversity and Inclusion in ANS Committee Founders (Lane B. Carasik, Lisa M. Marshall, and Kalin Kiesling)
Douglas G. Bowen
Georgia Institute of Technology - The Small, Uranium-based Molten Salt (SUMS) ReactorAuthors: Alex England, Sam Heflin, MaryEmma Hughes, Marina Polegenko, and Luke WellsAdvisor: Dr. Bojan PetrovicUniversity of Florida - (BWR) British Water ReactorAuthors: Navid A. Aslani, Madison N. Bushloper, Matthew B. Harper, Ginger Lucas, and Mitch MikaAdvisor: Dr. DuWayne L. SchubringPurdue University - Design of a Machine Learning Tool for Predictive Emergency ResponseAuthors: Zachery Dahm, Sarah McCauley Kannapell, and William Kelley Advisor: Dr. Shripad T. RevankarUniversity of Massachusetts at Lowell - SMRs and Thermal Energy Storage on Decommissioned Nuclear SitesAuthors: Mustapha Zakeri, Ankit Mishra, and Lohith AnnadevulaAdvisor: Dr. Sukesh K. Aghara
Upendra Singh RohatgiBao-Wen Yang
Craig H. Piercy
Per F. Peterson