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Transactions of the American Nuclear Society publishes summaries of all papers presented at the ANS Annual and Winter Meetings, which are reviewed by the National Program Committee and ANS Division representatives. Only those papers presenting new and significant advancements in nuclear science and technology are selected. Topics covered include the following: accelerator applications; biology and medicine; decommissioning, decontamination, and reutilization; education and training; environmental sciences; fuel cycle and waste management; fusion energy; human factors; isotopes and radiation; materials science and technology; mathematics and computation; nuclear criticality safety; nuclear installations safety; operations and power; radiation, protection and shielding; reactor physics; robotics and remote systems; and thermal hydraulics.

ANS publications cannot accept papers from countries that are on the list of Sanctioned Countries and Programs, issued by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Department of Treasury, in the resource-center sanction programs.

Information For Readers

A Transactions subscription can be purchased from the ANS Store.

Electronic access to Transactions of the American Nuclear Society is available via the ANS online subscription platform

Information For Authors

Article Sharing Policy

Duplication of this product and its content in print or digital form for the purpose of sharing with others is prohibited without permission from the American Nuclear Society. Exceptions include:

  • Authors are permitted to share their submitted manuscripts (pre-review) anywhere at any time without asking for permission.
  • Authors are permitted to share their accepted manuscripts on a departmental website, personal website (including Facebook), and/or an institutional or subject repository (including ResearchGate) after an embargo period of 12 months.

In all cases, an author should provide a link to the version of record (final published version) on the ANS website or a reference to the published article.

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