Margaret Harding of Iowa State University is currently conducting a lecture on the latest developments at Fukushima. She has thirty years of experience in the nuclear industry. She was Vice
President of Engineering Quality at GE Nuclear Energy and is now a
consultant to the nuclear power industry. She serves on Iowa State's
Engineering College Industrial Advisory Council and has an undergraduate
degree from Iowa State. This is a live lecture. There will likely be a very strong pro-industry bias in the presentation, but at least she might have some additional facts.
For those who wish to catch up on missed data, can do so by following the American Nuclear Society's recap tweets here.