Thursday, May 19, 2005

Todreas Honored With Smyth Award

Dr. Neil E. Todreas of MIT is one of the world's leading nuclear engineers, and was just named the 2005 recipient of the Henry DeWolf Smyth Nuclear Statesman Award. Besides his post at MIT, Todreas is also a leader in the Department of Energy's Generation IV Reactor Initiative.

Over at CNN.com, Dr. Todreas wrote about how nuclear energy can contribute to meeting future energy demand in a way that's both economical and environmentally sensitive.

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1 comment:

Rod Adams said...

Hi, Eric. Just thought that your readers would be interested in knowing that they can listen to Prof Todreas's acceptance speech from his May 18th Smyth Award. The link is available under the heading of Special Events at Atomic Insights (http://www.atomicinsights.com).