Dan Yurman at neutronbytes.com reports on the American Nuclear Society's Nine Nuclear Grand Challenges. These grand challenges should have been top priority decades ago. Nuclear power in the United States and Europe is at a turning point. Will there be only one generation of nuclear power plants, at least for a while? Or will the United States and Europe continue with nuclear power like China and Russia surely plan on doing? The ANS should follow through with these nuclear grand challenges, starting immediately where possible. Independent nuclear advocacy groups and blog sites are only able to carry the nuclear banner so far. Will the West acquiesce to anti-nuclear special interest groups and technology fear mongers?