Nuclear Jeopardy

About Us

The ANS Northeastern Section serves the nuclear community in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont with the primary constituency being in the greater Boston and Eastern Massachusetts area. The Northeastern Section’s mission is to provide a forum for the professional and public exchange of information regarding nuclear related science and engineering topics, and for the development of the individuals and organizations involved in such endeavors.

In accomplishing this mission, the NE Section provides timely information on nuclear topics at its meetings and at this web site. The American Nuclear Society and the NE Section strive to advance the understanding of nuclear related science and engineering topics within the nuclear profession and the interested public.

Find Out more about the ANS National Organization      

           National Membership Discount for Local Members


Agreements with other organizations

      Local HPS Section Agreement
      ANS-CT Section Agreement  

     Northeast Energy and Commerce Association (NECA) 

Instruct Amazon to contribute to ANS-NE  Link  

Voice Your Support for Seabrook License Extension  Link  


Next Potential Meetings:  

March 28, 2019: John F. Kotek, NEI, Vice President, Policy Development and Public Affairs

April 25, 2019: Seabrook Tour and speaker (Joe Donahue, Duke Power)

May 15, 2019: UML BBQ (TBD)

June 12, 2019: NECHPS Annulal meeting LINK includes session on radiological security and response 


Training and Education

The Northeastern Section of ANS is willing to provide presentations, demonstrations and literature to students or teachers covering nuclear reactors, physics, radiation and protection.

Contact us if you would like to establish and educational interface with our local section.

Members: click here to volunteer to interface with you local high school 


Science Fairs and Career Days

Contact us if you are looking for judges for science fairs, support for career days, information for science teachers on specific nuclear topics, etc.


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