In the Titans of Nuclear Chernobyl podcast series, we sat down with experts in the field of nuclear energy to take a dive into the HBO television series "Chernobyl". In episode two, we talk with Jerry M. Cuttler, DSc, who received his BASc-Eng degree in engineering physics from the University of Toronto and his MSc and DSc degrees in nuclear sciences and engineering from the Israel Institute of Technology. He is also the former President of the Canadian Nuclear Society and a member of the American Council on Science and Health Board of Scientific Advisors. Jerry discusses: (1) Working in Romania when the Chernobyl reactor accident happened and how he measured the radiation and confirmed it was safe to remain where he was (2) The 237 workers who suffered very painful, acute radiation syndrome (ARS) and the OECD-NEA report, “Chernobyl, 10 Years On” (3) And other research findings
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