Journal chronicle: Märkligt tyst om kärnvapnens »fredliga« näringskedja av Bengt G. Karlsson in Dagens Arena, among other things with reference to the Nuclear Legacies conference (2017).
New research group: “Nuclear Technopolitics in the Soviet Union and Beyond” based at the universities of Tübingen, Heidelberg and Bern, scheduled to run from 2017 to 2020.
Film: “Atomer till vardags” (“Atoms in everyday life”) About the construction of the small Swedish nuclear power plant Ågesta (1963).
Broadcast: The Swedish radio program “Vetenskapsradion Historia” features nuclear history and heritage, “Kärnkraftens kulturarv hotat”, including an interview with Anna Storm (2017).
Online lecture: Anna Storm presents on “Scarred Ground: Industrial Temporalities” at the Rachel Carson Center Lunchtime Colloquium, Munich, Germany (2017).
Documentary EVIGT ÄRR (Eternal Scar) by Ingela Johansson and Camilla Topuntouli at the Almedalsveckan, Gotland, Sweden (2017). Including interview with Anna Storm.
Theater performance in Lithuania about a post-nuclear situation in Visaginas, close to the Ignalina nuclear power plant: Green Lawn (2017).
Documentary: Containment (2015), by Peter Galison and Robb Moss.
Movie: Grusse aus Fukushima (2016), or Fukushima, mon amour by Doris Dörrie.
Exhibition at Bildmuseet in Umeå, Sweden (2016-2017): Perpetual Uncertainty / Contemporary Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene.