Im looking through what nuclear engineering/nuclear power journals I have online acess to through my university and I find these ones Annals of nuclear energy Journal of nuclear material Nuclear engineering and design NEA news Progress in nuclear energy Nuclear plant journal I want to read stuff a little more indepth about nuclear power since I am tired of the more general info like in for instance this e-book(nuclear electricity 7th edition) http://www.uic.com.au/ne.htm, I havent taken a nuclear physics or reactor physics classes yet though(I am starting my third year as a physics undergrad). I want to learn more about acctual reactor designs ect. Which one of the above mentioned journals has the best reputation and the highest standards? Is any of them flat out bad? Any other source of more detailed info that I should look for? I am interested in the whole fuel cycle, particulary transmutation and waste disposal and reactor designs(especialy 4th generation). I want to learn as much as possible because I want to decide what path to follow during my third and fourth year. I am balancing betwen taking classes so I am more fit to work with nuclear power, nuclear propulsion in the future or shooting for a career in astrophysics.