Visit the following collection of websites and resources for more information and activities centered on nuclear science.

International Atomic Energy Agency

The IAEA site provides information on food/health, safety, technology, and security issues related to nuclear energy and technology. Topics include nuclear power, nuclear fuel cycle and waste management, energy planning, economics and finance, nuclear safety, nuclear law, international conventions, as well as nuclear non-proliferation and safeguards. This is an excellent site for current news in nuclear energy and safety.

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The Atomic Archive

This site explores the complex history surrounding the invention of the atomic bomb – a crucial turning point for all mankind.

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How Stuff Works: Nuclear Medicine

This site explains nuclear medicine and how it is used to check the body for health issues. PET scans, cardiovascular imaging, and bone scanning are examples of some of the topics students can learn about.

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Health Physics Society

This site provides information and answers questions about radiation and radiation safety. The “Student” section of the site has excellent resources for career exploration.

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The American Society of Radiologic Technologies

ARST strives to foster the professional growth of radiologic technologists by expanding knowledge through education, research and analysis. The Career Center answers questions and gives advice for those interested in a job in the field.

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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: Energy Flow Charts

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Energy Flow Charts illustrate estimated energy use in the United States and each state. These charts also show how the energy is used (residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation).

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Mapping how the United States generates its Electricity

This resource from The Washington Post maps the most common sources of electricity in the United States. Students can investigate how their state gets its energy and what regions of the United States use which types of energy.

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U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Student's Corner

ScienceEducation.gov connects teachers and students to free, federally-funded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education resources. This site has links to hundreds of government sponsored websites including NASA, DOE, USGS and NIH.

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U.S. Department of Energy

The Department of Energy’s website is an excellent resource for learning more about all types of energy, including nuclear energy. Here you will find resources about how we currently use electricity, emerging energy technologies, student programs in science, and more.

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Radtown USA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s student-focused radiation website, RadTown, has launched with a new look and feel. This interactive, virtual community provides information for students and teachers about different radiation sources, links to additional information and all new graphics and content.

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NuclearConnect.org

The American Nuclear Society’s Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information website has a wide range of information, resources, lesson plans, and project ideas useful for teacher and their students.

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Mapping how the United States generates its Electricity

This resource from The Washington Post maps the most common sources of electricity in the United States. Students can investigate how their state gets its energy and what regions of the United States use which types of energy.

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U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Student's Corner

ScienceEducation.gov connects teachers and students to free, federally-funded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education resources. This site has links to hundreds of government sponsored websites including NASA, DOE, USGS and NIH.

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The Atomic Archive

This site explores the complex history surrounding the invention of the atomic bomb – a crucial turning point for all mankind.

View Resource

Health Physics Society

This site provides information and answers questions about radiation and radiation safety. The “Student” section of the site has excellent resources for career exploration.

View Resource

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: Energy Flow Charts

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Energy Flow Charts illustrate estimated energy use in the United States and each state. These charts also show how the energy is used (residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation).

View Resource

Mapping how the United States generates its Electricity

This resource from The Washington Post maps the most common sources of electricity in the United States. Students can investigate how their state gets its energy and what regions of the United States use which types of energy.

View Resource

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Student's Corner

ScienceEducation.gov connects teachers and students to free, federally-funded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education resources. This site has links to hundreds of government sponsored websites including NASA, DOE, USGS and NIH.

View Resource

U.S. Department of Energy

The Department of Energy’s website is an excellent resource for learning more about all types of energy, including nuclear energy. Here you will find resources about how we currently use electricity, emerging energy technologies, student programs in science, and more.

View Resource

Radtown USA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s student-focused radiation website, RadTown, has launched with a new look and feel. This interactive, virtual community provides information for students and teachers about different radiation sources, links to additional information and all new graphics and content.

View Resource

NuclearConnect.org

The American Nuclear Society’s Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information website has a wide range of information, resources, lesson plans, and project ideas useful for teacher and their students.

View Resource

International Atomic Energy Agency

The IAEA site provides information on food/health, safety, technology, and security issues related to nuclear energy and technology. Topics include nuclear power, nuclear fuel cycle and waste management, energy planning, economics and finance, nuclear safety, nuclear law, international conventions, as well as nuclear non-proliferation and safeguards. This is an excellent site for current news in nuclear energy and safety.

View Resource

The Atomic Archive

This site explores the complex history surrounding the invention of the atomic bomb – a crucial turning point for all mankind.

View Resource

How Stuff Works: Nuclear Medicine

This site explains nuclear medicine and how it is used to check the body for health issues. PET scans, cardiovascular imaging, and bone scanning are examples of some of the topics students can learn about.

View Resource

Health Physics Society

This site provides information and answers questions about radiation and radiation safety. The “Student” section of the site has excellent resources for career exploration.

View Resource

The American Society of Radiologic Technologies

ARST strives to foster the professional growth of radiologic technologists by expanding knowledge through education, research and analysis. The Career Center answers questions and gives advice for those interested in a job in the field.

View Resource

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: Energy Flow Charts

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Energy Flow Charts illustrate estimated energy use in the United States and each state. These charts also show how the energy is used (residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation).

View Resource

Mapping how the United States generates its Electricity

This resource from The Washington Post maps the most common sources of electricity in the United States. Students can investigate how their state gets its energy and what regions of the United States use which types of energy.

View Resource

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Student's Corner

ScienceEducation.gov connects teachers and students to free, federally-funded Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education resources. This site has links to hundreds of government sponsored websites including NASA, DOE, USGS and NIH.

View Resource

U.S. Department of Energy

The Department of Energy’s website is an excellent resource for learning more about all types of energy, including nuclear energy. Here you will find resources about how we currently use electricity, emerging energy technologies, student programs in science, and more.

View Resource

Radtown USA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s student-focused radiation website, RadTown, has launched with a new look and feel. This interactive, virtual community provides information for students and teachers about different radiation sources, links to additional information and all new graphics and content.

View Resource

NuclearConnect.org

The American Nuclear Society’s Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information website has a wide range of information, resources, lesson plans, and project ideas useful for teacher and their students.

View Resource

International Atomic Energy Agency

The IAEA site provides information on food/health, safety, technology, and security issues related to nuclear energy and technology. Topics include nuclear power, nuclear fuel cycle and waste management, energy planning, economics and finance, nuclear safety, nuclear law, international conventions, as well as nuclear non-proliferation and safeguards. This is an excellent site for current news in nuclear energy and safety.

View Resource

Health Physics Society

This site provides information and answers questions about radiation and radiation safety. The “Student” section of the site has excellent resources for career exploration.

View Resource

The American Society of Radiologic Technologies

ARST strives to foster the professional growth of radiologic technologists by expanding knowledge through education, research and analysis. The Career Center answers questions and gives advice for those interested in a job in the field.

View Resource

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: Energy Flow Charts

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Energy Flow Charts illustrate estimated energy use in the United States and each state. These charts also show how the energy is used (residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation).

View Resource

U.S. Department of Energy

The Department of Energy’s website is an excellent resource for learning more about all types of energy, including nuclear energy. Here you will find resources about how we currently use electricity, emerging energy technologies, student programs in science, and more.

View Resource

NuclearConnect.org

The American Nuclear Society’s Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information website has a wide range of information, resources, lesson plans, and project ideas useful for teacher and their students.

View Resource