As Japanese officials scramble to stabilize nuclear reactors following last week’s earthquake and tsunami, the focus has also shifted on the safety of nuclear power plants in the United States. James Stubbins, head of nuclear engineering at the U of I, says about a third of the country's nuclear reactors are similar to the ones affected by the devastation in Japan. He asses the stability of U.S. reactors against natural disasters.
(Produced by Sean Powers/WILL)
To hear more from an interview he did with WILL's David Inge, click here:
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