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CNTA Nuclear Science Week Newspaper Inserts



2017 Nuclear Science Week Newspaper Insert

CNTA teamed with The Aiken Standard to produce a newspaper insert for the Sunday, October 15, 2017 edition of the newspaper, celebrating Nuclear Science Week by providing a series of teaching, informational, and topical articles. Individual pages of the tabloid insert are linked below in PDF format; please use your browser's "back" button to return to this page.

Page 01:  Nuclear Science Week 2017: October 15-20, 2017
Page 02:  Meeting challenges, exceeding expectations in radioactive liquid waste work
Page 03:    (advertisement: Savannah River Remediation)
Page 04:  SRS Salt Waste Processing Facility start-up testing is ahead of schedule
Page 05:  Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program helps lab build nuclear workforce by Jamacia Jimerson)
Page 06:  MOX Project is moving forward
Page 07:    (advertisement: Savannah River Nuclear Solutions)
Page 08:  Words of recognition, thanks for Bill Wabbersen
   . . . . . . . (advertisement: BWX Technologies, Inc.)
Page 09:  CNTA's mission is education
   . . . . . . . Celebrate Nuclear Science Week 2017
Page 10:  Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness: The Voice of Nuclear
   . . . . . . . CNTA serving the public on nuclear education (by Dr. Jim Marra)
   . . . . . . . CNTA mentoring is a proven success
   . . . . . . . Mission, vision, value
Page 11:  (CNTA centerfold continues)
   . . . . . . . Four area high schoolers win 2017 essay contest
   . . . . . . . CNTA engages young professionals
   . . . . . . . Edward Teller Lecture
Page 12:  Looking for a Career? / Nuclear Workforce Initiative
Page 13:  Faces of nuclear
   . . . . . . . Alandria Johnson
   . . . . . . . Kristin Brant
   . . . . . . . Christopher Allely
   . . . . . . . (advertisement: Huntington Ingalls Industries)
Page 14:  Savannah River Nuclear Solutions - 'Building the nuclear workforce of the future'
Page 15:  Astronauts on Mars? Nuclear thermal propulsion could help
   . . . . . . . Let's Talk / Nuclear Workforce Initiative
Page 16:  The Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Science 101: How does a nuclear power plant make electricity?
Page 17:  New museum features SRS history
Page 18:  Southeastern Summar Nuclear Institute (SSNI) Summer 2018
Page 19:  Special thanks (by Dr. Kenneth D. Lewis, SC State University)
   . . . . . . . (article continuations from previous pages)
Page 20:    (advertisement: Aiken Technical College)



2016 Nuclear Science Week Newspaper Insert

The Aiken Standard also produced a newspaper insert for the Sunday, October 16, 2016 edition of the newspaper. Individual pages of the tabloid insert are linked below in PDF format; please use your browser's "back" button to return to this page.

Page 01:  Nuclear Science Week 2016: 25th Anniversary of CNTA
Page 02:  The story of Savannah River Nuclear Solutions
Page 03:    (advertisement: Savannah River Nuclear Solutions)
Page 04:  The Mobile Plutonium Facility: An international treasure
   . . . . . . . Salt Waste Processing Facility preparing for startup
Page 05:  Video contest seeks the truth in nuclear myths
Page 06:  Hecker slated for Teller Lecture keynote
   . . . . . . . Nuclear Science Week Regional Coordination Committee
Page 07:    (advertisement: Savannah River Remediation)
Page 08:    (advertisement: Aiken Technical College)
Page 09:  Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness - 25 Years of public nuclear education
   . . . . . . . CNTA refocuses after 25 years
   . . . . . . . Why I am CNTA: Colleen Hart
Page 10:  A perspective on CNTA's Education Initiatives
Page 11:  Lunch with a legend: Dr. Edward Teller (by Steve Sheetz)
   . . . . . . . Why I am CNTA: Kathryn Hauer
   . . . . . . . Why I am CNTA: Edward Albenesius
Page 12:  Why I am CNTA: Robert Wilson
   . . . . . . . CNTA Mentoring Program
Page 13:  What is Plutonium? (by Donald Bridges)
   . . . . . . . What is Tritium? (by Donald Bridges)
Page 14:  Radioecology program prepares future scientists, Ecology lab provides research experience
   . . . . . . . Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility: Swords to plowshares
Page 15:  The critical role of radioisotopes in healthcare
Page 16:    (advertisement: Augusta Technical College)
Page 17:  SRR continues outstanding performance in fiscal year 2016
Page 18:  CNTA brings teachers to the center of the atom
Page 19:  Visitors at V.C. Summer impressed by progress toward a clean energy future
   . . . . . . . Prospects for Small Modular Reactors (by Gary Bunker & Steve Sheetz)
Page 20:    (advertisement: SCE&G VCS Nuclear



2015 Nuclear Science Week Newspaper Insert

The Aiken Standard also produced a newspaper insert for the Sunday, October 18, 2015 edition of the newspaper. Individual pages of the tabloid insert are linked below in PDF format; please use your browser's "back" button to return to this page.

Page 01:  Nuclear Science Week 2015: SRS - Celebrating 65 Years 1950-2015
Page 02:  Mike Johnson named new CNTA Executive Director
   . . . . . . . CNTA: Who they are and what they do
   . . . . . . . CNTA Initiatives
Page 03:    (advertisement: Savannah River Nuclear Solutions)
Page 04:  Building Nuclear in South Carolina (by S.C. Senator Tom Young)
   . . . . . . . How nuclear power benefits the economy
Page 05:  Southeastern Summer Nuclear Institute (SSNI)
Page 06:  Medical applications of radiation and radioactive materials
Page 07:  CNTA announces Maher Scholarship recipient and essay contest winners
Page 08:  Vogtle nuclear expansion project progresses - Focus is safety, quality
Page 09:  Savannah River Nuclear Solutions
Page 10:  SRS Museum showcases history of the site
   . . . . . . . SRS timeline
Page 11:  (SRS Museum centerfold continues)
Page 12:  Building on success: Closing radioactive waste tanks at the Savannah River Site
Page 13:  SWPF construction enters home stretch
Page 14:  Nuclear workforce initiative
Page 15:  SCE&G positions South Carolina for clean energy future
Page 16:    (advertisement: Savannah River Remediation)
Page 17:  Education - Augmenting the atom in nuclear energy (by Chuan-Fu Wu)
Page 18:  Plutonium (Pu-238) in Outer Space
Page 19:  The Savannah River Site is making our world safer (by C. L. Munns)
Page 20:    (advertisement: SCE&G Nuclear Power)



2014 Nuclear Science Week Newspaper Insert

The Aiken Standard also produced a newspaper insert for the Sunday, October 19, 2014 edition of the newspaper. Individual pages of the tabloid insert are linked below in PDF format; please use your browser's "back" button to return to this page.

Page 01:  Nuclear Science Week Activities
Page 02:  How SRS benefits local economy
   . . . . . . CNTA: Who they are and what they do
Page 03:  Ancient answers for modern applications
   . . . . . . Nuclear: Building a free nation, productive state, strong region
Page 04:  Transfer lines connecting SRS liquid waste facilities to SWPF are in place
Page 05:    (advertisement: Savannah River Nuclear Solutions)
Page 06:  The Savannah River Ecology Lab: a vital part of SRS's history, future
   . . . . . . Best way to dispose of radioactive liquid waste
Page 07:  Nuclear workforce needs continue
Page 08:  Learning Tools of the Trade
Page 09:  Grant lifts nuclear workforce training
Page 10:    (advertisement: CB&I MOX Services)
Page 11:    (advertisement: Savannah River Remediation)
Page 12:  Cleaning up, closing waste tanks at SRS
Page 13:  A toast to ice cream and electricity!
Page 14:  "AEC To Construct Huge Plant Near Aiken"
Page 15:  Vogtle 3, 4 projects reach 5,000 workers
Page 16:  Robert Maher Memorial scholarship 2014 recipient announced by CNTA
Page 17:  CNTA reveals essay contest winners
      . . . . . . . Superstition and Safety
Page 18:  Companies on forefront of innovation
      . . . . . . . The Latent Risk Myth
Page 19:  The history of the SRS H Canyon
Page 20:    (advertisement: Aiken Regional Medical Centers)


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