Turning Point or Catalyst? Chernobyl’s Political Consequences - Author’s workshop

On November 16-17, the Green Memory Archive Berlin will host an authors’ workshop, co-organised by one of HoNEST’s partners, Jan-Henrik Meyer. The topic will be “Turning Point or Catalyst? Chernobyl’s political consequences” , and will include presentations from researchers from all over Europe.
The aim of this event is to collectively discuss manuscripts intended for an innovative and cohesive publication on the political consequences of Chernobyl in a comparative perspective.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

SIREN with Dr Thomas Wellock: "A Figure of Merit: Quantifying the Probability of a Nuclear Reactor Accident"

On October 17, at 12:00 EDT (17:30 GMT), the historian Dr Thomas Wellock from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, will be at the Virginia Tech Research Center in Arlington, VA for a conversion about "A Figure of Merit: Quantifying the Probability of a Nuclear Reactor Accident".

If you want to be part of this conversation, do RSVP here as seating is limited.

Additionally, you can follow the live webscast here.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

HoNEST at the NNL Lunchtime Lecture Series

Dr John Whitton and Dr Ioan Charnley-Parry will be delivering a lecture on the HoNESt project and its overall findings at this time, focusing in particular upon the social science aspects of the project, to an audience of nuclear industry stakeholders.

This lecture will be delivered on the 11th October 2017 as part of the National Nuclear Laboratory Lunchtime Lecture Series, at NNL headquarters at Risley in Warrington, U.K., and broadcast NNL staff around the UK.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

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