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Gimme five! INL boosts Corporate Equality Index score by 5 points to 95%, once again the highest scoring organization in Idaho

January 27, 2020

News Release

Idaho Falls, Idaho – Idaho National Laboratory received a score of 95% on the 2020 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), the nation’s premier benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and...

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Christine King named director of Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear

January 23, 2020

News Release

IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO – Dr. John Wagner, associate laboratory director of Idaho National Laboratory’s Nuclear Science & Technology Directorate, has announced the selection of Christine King to serve as director...

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Idaho researchers lead DOE effort to protect nation’s wind energy infrastructure

January 21, 2020

Feature Story

As the planet becomes more reliant on computers and more connected via the internet, our nation’s critical infrastructure is increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks. This is especially true for power utilities...

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We are aware of the crash that occurred this morning on U.S. 20 involving an @INL bus. As incident command, @IdahoStPolice is the lead on the scene and INL is coordinating/supporting. For up-to-date info on this accident, please refer to @ISPeasternIdaho. More info to come.

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