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The American Nuclear Society’s Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information is funded entirely by donations. We appreciate the generous support from the following contributors.
2019 CORPORATE GIFTS
Thank you to the additional corporations that donated up to $999.
2019 INDIVIDUAL GIFTS
Thank you to 125 individuals who donated up to $99.
2018 CORPORATE GIFTS
Indiana Michigan Power
Westinghouse Electric Company
Thank you to more than 20 additional corporations that donated up to $999.
2018 INDIVIDUAL GIFTS
Sue Aggarwal and Grant Charters
Eugene N. Cramer
Heather J.M. Chichester
Eugene S. Grecheck
Andrew C. Klein
Daniel A. Prelewicz
Stephen P. Schultz
S. Christian Simonson, III
Andrew O. Smetana
Natalie Ann Yonker
Brian N. Woolweber
Thank you to more than 1,000 additional individuals who donated up to $99.
2018 ORGANIZATION GIFTS
ANS Materials Science & Technology Division
ANS Education, Training & Workforce Development Division
ANS Fuel Cycle and Waste Management Division
ANS Fusion Energy Division
ANS Robotics & Remote Systems Division
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