Subscribe to RSS Feeds
Q. What is an RSS feed?
A. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an online tool that informs you when content is updated on websites you frequently visit.
Q. How does RSS work?
A. Also known as XML feed, syndicated content or web feed, RSS consolidates newly posted information from your chosen news sources, and presents it to you in a standard format using an aggregator, or feed reader.
Q. What are the benefits of using RSS?
A. By subscribing to RSS feeds you can specify which news sources you want to follow, and how often you would like to receive updates. This eliminates the need to search each website individually, saving you time while staying informed.
Q. Where can I download an RSS reader?
A. A wide variety of both web browser and E-mail-based readers are available for free download or purchase on the Internet. You will want to choose the reader that is most suitable for your computer’s configuration. One website with information and links to reader software can be found here.
Q. How do I subscribe to AECL’s RSS feeds?
A. Subscribing to AECL’s RSS feeds is quick and easy to do. Some web browsers, like Internet Explorer 7, even have RSS capability built in.
To access a feed you can either:
- Click the RSS icons located on each of the web pages to subscribe; or
- Copy and paste the URLs below into your reader’s subscription field.
Q. Which feeds are available from AECL?
A. The following feeds are available to keep you up to date on the latest news and developments at AECL: