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ABC’s of Nuclear Science, Nuclear Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Facts and information along with experiment ideas for chemistry and physics.
Interactive Chart of Nuclides, National Nuclear Data Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Dynamic Periodic Table, Dayah, M., Retrieved November 19, 2015.
Interactive Period Table of Elements, Royal Society of Chemistry
Particle Physics Education Sites , (this page is no longer maintained)
A list of sites for information related to particle physics.
The Particle Adventure, (2012) Particle Data Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
An interactive tour of the fundamentals of particles and force.
The Virtual Nuclear Tourist, (2012)
A tour of nuclear power plants around the world.
Department of Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley
Resource with information about the university’s program.
Why We Fear Nuclear Power, Not Peanut Butter, (1997) Hannah Holmes, Discovery Communications, Inc.
A light-hearted, yet informative view of risk assessment and risk perception.
Go Nuclear, (2015)
About nuclear energy today, nuclear energy tomorrow, radioisotopes for nuclear medicine and other applications, and about understanding low-dose radiation. Each topic is broken down for four major regions of the world: Africa and Middle East, Americas, Asia-Australia-New Zealand, Europe-Russia.
Contributors from around the world, target audience worldwide: 4,200 professionals in 113 countries plus student and public audiences in those countries.
Environmentalists for Nuclear, (2015)
About nuclear energy and nuclear science like go-nuclear.org, but not broken down by region, about people and environment that nuclear energy and nuclear science can help, about EFN.
Contributors: 2,000 professionals in the USA and 2,200 professionals in other countries.
The Information Library consists of over 180 frequently-updated pages, which together provide encyclopedic coverage of topics related to nuclear power and other nuclear technologies.
UW Food Irradiation Education Group, University of Wisconsin Food Irradiation Education Group
Information and brochures about food irradiation.
Food Facts: Food Irradiation (2014), The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, IAEA, Joint FAO/IAEA Programme
A middle school science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum extension that focuses on nuclear science and energy.
Learning with Richie is a great way to teach your class about nuclear energy in a way students find engaging and exciting.
Energy Hog Learn how to outsmart the hogs that waste energy.
Home Energy Conservation for Kids Kids can decrease energy consumption, too.
A 360 virtual tour of FPL’s Energy Encounter exhibit located in Jensen Beach, FL.
Search for curriculum by grade level and topic.
EIA Energy Kids, US Energy Information Administration.
Learn all about energy and visit this website for teacher lessons, games, and activities.
One of the EPA’s most popular publications for young children, this is an 11-page coloring book full of tips for making the Earth a better place.
Learn about nuclear power and how it create and generates electricity with games and quizzes.
UNM Libraries Exhibition — Nuclear Engineering Wall Charts
Reactor diagrams from Nuclear Engineering International series of wall charts entitled, The World’s Reactors. The original charts are in the collections of the Centennial Science and Engineering Library, University of New Mexico.
Power Reactor Information System (PRIS)
Developed and maintained by the IAEA for over four decades, is a comprehensive database focusing on nuclear power plants worldwide. PRIS contains information on power reactors in operation, under construction or those being decommissioned.
NEWTON, Ask a Scientist at Argonne National Labs! (2012) NEWTON is an electronic community for Science, Math, and Computer Science K-12 Educators
Brookhaven National Laboratory – a passion for discovery
Office of Educational Programs, (2013), Resources for teachers and students
Los Alamos National Laboratory, National Security Science
Sandia National Laboratory: Exceptional Service in the National Interest
Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information of the American Nuclear Society
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