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Talk: Fukushima: A Retrospective, February 28, Thomson 101, 6:30 PM

Looking back close to the seventh anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster, society not only continues to contend with the effects of the accident, but also with the questions of nuclear energy. How can we move forward to safely … Continue reading

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Talk Today: Nuclear Energy in Space, Thomson 101, 7:30 PM

INMM is now hosting Chris Morrison at the UW! He will be giving a talk on nuclear energy in space, geared more towards students. Come out and don’t miss this opportunity to hear from him!

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Happy New Year!

Happy new year, and thanks to everyone who came out Wednesday January 10th for Seattle Friends of Fission’s first talk of 2018. Stay tuned as we have events coming up soon!

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Event: In-Fun-Mation Meeting!

Come out for snacks and games in a casual introduction to the activities of our club and opportunities in nuclear science and policy! 4-6 PM, Friday, December 1st, at the Physics and Astronomy Building, room C520. Don’t miss it!

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Talk: Climate Change & Nuclear Energy In the 21st Century, November 1, 2017, Thomson 101

Come at 6:30 PM to Thomson 101 on November 1, 2017, and hear from guests Dr. James Conca (Forbes Energy), Lenka Kollar (NuScale), Mark Schanfein (PNNL), and Dr. Nick Touran (TerraPower) about climate change and nuclear energy. Free pizza will … Continue reading

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Talk: Nuclear Power in the 21st Century at Ada’s Technical Books and Cafe

Thanks to everyone who came to the talk at Ada’s with Dr. Nick Touran and Scott Montgomery about nuclear power in the 21st century, hosted by Seattle Friends of Fission!

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Talk: How are Nuclear Materials Monitored?

On Thursday February 23rd, Senior Nonproliferation Advisor Mark Schanfein from PNNL will give a talk about safely monitoring nuclear materials, an important problem that will need to be addressed in order to support any further nuclear development. Come hear from … Continue reading

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