This is The American Nuclear Society's report on Nine Grand Challenges by 2030. Hopefully, they will make a lot of progress. The progress so far has been insufficient to maintain a healthy nuclear industry.
The American Nuclear Society has announced that it will focus on Nine Grand Challenges by 2030. It is time that they commit to greater focus on these broad challenges and resolve them. Major expansion of nuclear power desperately needs them resolved.
Paul Driessen, CFACT: The labor force participation rate remains stuck at an abysmal 63% – meaning 93 million working age Americans are still unemployed. Many who are working hold multiple jobs to make ends meet, while others are toiling at temporary, part-time or “gig” jobs, at lower pay, with few benefits and little job security.
The difficulty for students and graduates is that most were not taught how to think. Their teachers too often present mostly liberal-socialist ideology as unassailable fact, discourage or prohibit discussion and debate, and shelter sensitive snowflakes via speech codes, safe zones, and bans on verbal microagression.
Professor Thormod Henriksen and his team of scientists at the University of Oslo Physics Department in Norway have given the public free access to a tremendous book: "Radiation and Health." We can not express enough gratitude. This is rare and unusual in academia in other countries, where textbooks routinely cost hundreds of dollars per semester. Dr. Henriksen's book is full of interesting and easy to understand information about radiation, radioactivity, artificial radioactive isotopes and nuclear medicine.