Theodore Rockwell

Dr. Theodore Rockwell is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, editor of the 1956 handbook, The Reactor Shielding Design Manual, now available on the Department of Energy’s website, and the first recipient of the American Nuclear Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award, now called Rockwell Award.

Let the People of Fukushima Go Home and Get Back to Work


The front-page story in the Washington Post on Sunday November 20 vividly portrayed the horrors of the evacuated zones around Fukushima with unforgettable imagery. A natural reaction is to call for more restrictive safety measures. But one point was not made clear: No one, not one single person, has received a life-altering injury from radiation […]

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