University of Wisconsin-Madison
Areas of Expertise:Clean Energy, Climate Change, Environment, Environmental Policy, Nuclear, Solar
After graduating in medicine from the University of Western Ontario (London) and in medical biophysics from the University of Toronto, Richard and his family came to the United States, where he studied both the causes and the treatment of cancer at Roswell Park Memorial Institute in Buffalo and at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, respectively. He joined the Radiation Oncology faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1980.
Dr. Steeves takes a special interest in climate change, solar, nuclear energy, and the environment, giving lectures on the topics to interested groups.
Recent Comments by Richard Steeves
- "I salute Wil Burns for writing an excellent summary of the possible future use of thorium in nuclear reactors, especially in molten salt reactors.
The Key to Saving the Nuclear Power Sector