Trinity Section, American Nuclear Society

"... for the advancement of science and engineering
related to the atomic nucleus,
and of allied sciences and arts"

Section Objectives:

  • To encourage the public understanding of nuclear sciences and engineering
  • To promote beneficial and cordial relations with the faculty and students of nearby institutions giving courses in nuclear science and engineering
  • To cooperate with other scientific and professional groups having similar objectives
  • To cooperate with the Society in the promotion and conduct of National, Topical and joint meetings, etc., mutually beneficial to the Society and the Section
  • To encourage closer professional relationships and personal interactions among the members
  • To engage in such other activities as may be appropriate for the fulfillment of the objectives of the Society

Announcements and upcoming events:


  • Los Alamos Engineering Council dinner meeting with speaker, 28 Oct 2017. Speaker: Jack Bailey, VP Business Development, NuScale Power. (Topic: The case for modular nuclear reactors for utility scale electricity generation.). Location: Betty Ehart Senior Center, Los Alamos. (see Calendar) [FLYER].
  • Trinity Section dinner meeting with speaker, 1 Dec 2017. Speaker: TBA. (Topic: TBA). Location: Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North, Albuquerque NM. (see Calendar) [FLYER coming soon].
  • The Trinity Section Newsletter for Summer 2017 been posted (see Newsletters).
  • Trinity Section executive committee meeting 3 Feb 2018 at Hirons'.
  • Scientists in the Spotlight: 2nd Saturdays, 11am-1pm, Bradbury Science Museum (see Calendar).
  • Science on Tap: 3rd Thursdays, 5:30-7pm, UnQuarked Wine Room (see Calendar).
  • Section Members: Join the PI Committee (see Public Information).
  • Use the Trinity Section PayPal account to sign up and pay for dinner meetings (from the Calendar page) and for annual Section dues (from the Join page). You may use your own credit card—you do not need a personal PayPal account.
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