Woody has been involved with UNSCEAR’s film about radiation exposure and the people of Minami-soma, a small town near Fukushima Daiichi.
Woody was interviewed by Forum on Energy, regarding safety within nuclear power, and how it’s centerpiece should be science.
Continuing his work in Japan, Woody has joined JANSI (Japan Nuclear Safety Institute) on their Technical Review Committee (Group), to review the assessment feedbacks and recommendations to nuclear operators.
Although the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami wrecked the Fukushima No. 1 plant in Fukushima Prefecture, the younger Onagawa plant in neighboring in Miyagi was “remarkably undamaged” by the violent temblor and tsunami and safely shut down, experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency said Friday.
Woody and members of the IAEA have inspected the Onagawa atomic plant in Miyagi Prefecture, and found it to be “remarkably undamaged.” Due to the limited time available, the experts were only able to perform visual inspection of equipment samples. In doing so, they found no trace of the damage which caused a catastrophic failure […]
A delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency has begun inspecting a nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan. The Onagawa plant in Miyagi Prefecture was one of several that were hit by the March 11th earthquake last year. The team’s goal is to collect data on the quake’s impact on the plant’s structure and electric […]