Canadian Nuclear Society virtual conference will focus on use of nuclear to reach net-zero emissions

Panel at CNS conference

The 40th annual CNS conference, June 6-9, will bring together industry, government and academic leaders to discuss topics ranging from nuclear innovation and small modular reactor development to the role of relationships in nuclear.

MAY 7, 2021 – The Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) will host its 40th annual conference virtually, June 6-9, focusing on the theme of enabling net-zero carbon emissions through nuclear power.  

At the same time, CNS and Canadian Nuclear Association will jointly host a virtual version of their annual student conference featuring networking sessions, a student research paper showcase and opportunities to connect with industry leaders. 

Conference sessions will cover a broad range of nuclear areas from small modular reactors (SMRs) to new build, life extension, operations, safety, environmental protection and waste management, among other topics.  

Full-time students can still register for the full conference for a discounted rate of $75 until May 25, after which it will be $100. As well, there are registration discounts for CNS members and retirees until the same date. 

Click here to find out more information about the conference and how to register.