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Dr. Charles Till

Special Guest

Biography:

Dr. Charles Till was an engineer and a physicist when he left Canada to finish his technical education at the Imperial College, University of London. When he returned to Canada, he was given the job of starting up the first Canadian power reactor. He was just 26, and fresh out of school. Two years later, he accepted a position at Argonne National laboratory out of Chicago, where civilian reactor development for the US was then concentrated. He is retired now, but for almost twenty years he led a large research and development program at one of our nation's great National Laboratories.

His goal was nothing less than to develop a wholly new kind of nuclear reactor technology. He wanted that technology to solve the problems facing nuclear power, to allow nuclear power to take its place as a long term solution to our nation's energy needs.

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Nuclear Reactors

Nuclear physicist Dr. Charles Till, who spent nearly 20 years at Argonne National Laboratory working on the Integral Fast Reactor (IFR), discussed the history and current state of nuclear reactors, as well as reasons for the cancellation of his IFR program. ... More »

Host: Art Bell
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