Samuel Dotson, a graduate student, studying nuclear engineering, believes a micro nuclear reactor would be "an excellent for the school and the community."
Dr. Bruce Hannon offers reasons why the U of I's proposed Micro-Modular Reactor needs to be in a different, more secure location.
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Samuel Dotson, a graduate student in nuclear engineering, responds to a recent op-ed regarding a proposed nuclear microreactor on the University of Illinois campus.
Gina Cassidy explains why a nuclear microreactor on the U of I campus is a bad idea.
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