march, 2019

02mar3:15 pm5:45 pmCuriosity Days: Climate Change - New FireJoin us for a viewing of the documentary The New Fire, that unveils the latest developments in nuclear energy and its potential to change the course of climate change.3:15 pm - 5:45 pm

Curiosity Days: Climate Change - New Fire

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Join us and Seattle Friends of Fission for a viewing of the documentary The New Fire, that unveils the latest developments in nuclear energy and its potential to change the course of climate change. The documentary will be followed by a panel discussion with local experts, who aim to educate our region about Nuclear Power and its role in the green energy movement. See the list of panelists at the bottom of this page.

This event will be followed by a Science in the City reception and lecture with Dr. Kristin Laidre from University of Washington’s Applied Physics Lab. Science in the City is ticketed separately and is FREE for Members and Corporate Members. Learn More

This event is included with general admission and is FREE for PacSci Members and Corporate Members. Tickets can be reserved upon arrival.

Panel Participants:

  • Nick Touran- Reactor Designer at TerraPower
  • Reid Tanaka- Reactor designer at TerraPower; former US Navy Special Advisor on the Fukushima Daiichi Accident.
  • Sason Hayashi- Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist, MS in International Relations; and organizer for UW Institute of Nuclear Materials Management
  • Sandra Stewart- Environmental Technician at Comanche Peak NPP, Maintenance Program Specialist with Energy Northwest
  • Blain Highland- Chemistry and Radiation Protection Tech at Diablo Canyon NPP, Instructional Technologist at Energy Northwest

Time

(Saturday) 3:15 pm - 5:45 pm

Location

PACCAR Theater

200 Second Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109

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