The Thorium Energy Alliance recently announced the dates and agenda for its 2014 annual conference (TEAC-2014). I had the privilege of attending the first TEAC and meeting some passionate, technically astute people. I’m still in touch with some of the friends I first met there.
My schedule has not allowed me to attend the last four events, but I am excited about the 6th annual meeting.
One of the great facets of the TEAC events is that the organizers know that many interested participants cannot make it to the conference for one reason or another. Gordon McDowell and others film the talks and produce summary DVD’s that are available for a modest fee.
This year’s TEAC will be held in Chicago and will include a tour of facilities at the Argonne National Lab, if you register for both days. Here is a copy of the event flyer.
If all goes well, you might even get a chance to hear me give a 15 minute talk about the importance of atomic fission to the future prosperity of humanity.
For more details, please visit ThoriumEnergyAlliance.com.