Nuclear Regulatory Commision
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission licenses and regulates civilian use of nuclear energy to protect public health and safety and the environment. This is achieved by licensing persons and companies to build and operate nuclear reactors and other facilities and to own and use nuclear materials. The Commission makes rules and sets standards for these types of licenses. It also carefully inspects the activities of the persons and companies licensed to ensure that they do not violate the safety rules of the Commission.
Nuclear Resources an survey update piece covering key topics.
What's Hot @ Nuclear Resources news updates.
The Atomic Age at 50 MIT's review of where nuclear energy has taken us.
Cooperative Research Program on Nuclear Non-Proliferation andDisarmament an update of this "cold war" effort to harness the nuclear threat.