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Our report on the American Nuclear society
Summer meeting 2008, Anaheim, CA


We display our literature while trying to keep up with the science. An average of 1,200 to 1,400 ANS members national and international attend the bi-annual conferences to keep themselves appraised of the projects they are working on. The industry is so technical it is difficult for them to keep up with all of the data and then they attend further conferences very specific to their focused specialty.

Since 1997, Johnston & Associates has provided strategic public and legislative affairs consultation and representation to a broad range of some of the world's largest and most progressive private and public entities. The principals of Johnston & Associates have a reputation for substance and expertise. Throughout Bennett Johnston's tenure in the United States Senate, his colleagues and the national press dubbed him "Mr. Energy" for his command of the substance of energy policy, one of the most arcane and difficult areas of American jurisprudence. He was always a major force in the substance of policy debates on the floor of the Senate and in Committee on issues ranging from defense policy to cost-benefit analysis.

The American Nuclear Society publishers hundreds of papers and documents covering the nuclear industry worldwide. They cover the entire industry, medical isotopes, food irradiation, defense detection and many other nuclear science besides nuclear energy.

 

Here an attendee reviews some information on nuclear energy published by the Nuclear Energy Institute, an organization which focus on public policy education about the nuclear industry.

The topic of this session is, Design, Fabrication, and Testing of a Laboratory-Scale Voloxidation System for Removal of Tritium and Other Volatile Fission Products from Used Nuclear Fuel. This is where we feel there is a disconnect between this science and how we get it to our citizens. How do we invite a reporter in to cover this session and how do they bring it to the public?

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