New Regional NSW Website has Launched!

Savannah River Site Community Reuse Organization and its affiliated Nuclear Workforce Initiative have launched their regional Nuclear Science Week website!

Visit this amazing website to find out more on what is going on in Georgia and South Carolina during Nuclear Science Week 2019!

SRS Community Reuse Organization and its affiliated Nuclear Workforce Initiative are collaborating with local organizations to conduct activities designed to encourage and bring awareness of nuclear technology and the many careers available within nuclear technology and other high-tech industries.

SRSCRO 2019 NSW Poster

The SRS Community Reuse Organization and its affiliated Nuclear Workforce Initiative are working hard in preparation for their 2019 Nuclear Science Week Events. Check out their posters with information on regional events in South Carolina and Georgia!

Nuclear Science Week 2018 Impact Report

NSW 2018 International Impact Report

A Message from the National Steering Chair:

Nuclear Science Week (NSW) is getting bigger, with many great voices are joining into the conversation about the exciting world of nuclear. Each person helps us to improve the planning processes to create learning opportunities and showcase great science and acknowledged innovation. I want to thank and recognize our superb International Steering Committee of hard-working professionals from around the globe in so many places and fields of work. Your efforts, individual and in teams make NSW the most effective opportunity for broad general communication with the non-technical audiences that we know are interested. (more…)

University of Calgary Shares “A Blog about Energy Issues”

Day 1 – The Power of Science Fiction Stories
 
Human imagination is a powerful tool. On one extreme, this imagination creates stories to help us understand our world and our place in it. On another extreme, imagination explores the universe and applies those discoveries into technology. Science fiction stories synthesize these two extremes of human imagination to help people find their place in a world with rapidly changing technology.
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NAYGN’s Postcard Push Day 2018

Postcard Push Day is one way that NAYGN is reaching out to government officials to ask for their support of nuclear energy.  The idea is to flood the desks of politicians by having chapters across the US and Canada put thousands of postcards in the mail on the same day.  While the first 2 or 3 postcards might not be read, the overwhelming number of cards will eventually force people to take notice, and hopefully, inspire them to take action!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLE POSTCARD!

Make sure to drop your postcards in the mail on October 11, 2108.  This way they arrive during Nuclear Science Week (Oct 15-19).

New Regional NSW Website has Launched!

Savannah River Site Reuse Organization and its affiliated Nuclear Workforce Initiative have launched their regional Nuclear Science Week website!

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SRSCRO 2018 NSW Poster

The SRS Community Reuse Organization and its affiliated Nuclear Workforce Initiative are working hard in preparation for their 2018 Nuclear Science Week Events. Check out their poster with information on regional events in South Carolina and Georgia!

Nuclear Science Week 2017 Impact Report

Click here for the 2017 Nuclear Science Week Impact Report.

A Message from the National Steering Chair:

Nuclear Science Week (NSW) has become a grass-roots community programming opportunity to engage in STEM learning, career interest and discernment, and to just learn more about the important positive impact that nuclear science has on the world. Whether you are interested in energy technology, global climate impact, research into new materials, energy production, medical processes, or education, Nuclear Science Week is a chance to focus on the topic of nuclear and learn more.

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Aiken Nuclear Science Events Launch in October

Nuclear Science Week, sponsored by numerous local organizations associated with the Savannah River Site, will feature many diverse, fun and interesting events during the month of October. Although the official National Nuclear Science celebration is scheduled for October 16-20, Aiken’s long history with nuclear science has local groups scheduling events ahead of those dates and even afterward. CLICK HERE to read more of the Bella Magazine article.

NSW Covered in ANS Nuclear Cafe

Check out “Get Involved in Nuclear Science Week,” an article written for the ANS Nuclear Cafe by Jim Walther, Executive Director of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History; Chair of the Nuclear Science Week International Steering Committee. Click here!