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Idaho National Laboratory marks 70 years of nuclear energy innovation

IDAHO FALLS — On Feb. 18, 1949, the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) made a decision ...

Encouraging Innovation

Johanna Oxstrand and Katya Le Blanc did not set out to be innovators when they began worki...

Researchers use neutron radiography to detect pollution in sea sponges

A tool for visualizing damage to materials made to withstand the harshest conditions insid...

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ADVANCING NUCLEAR ENERGY

As the nation's premier nuclear science and technology lab, INL leads research, development and demonstration projects to help the nation maintain and expand its use of nuclear energy.

SECURING & MODERNIZING CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

INL's isolated site, test bed infrastructure, and applied-science focus make it a major center for national security technology development and demonstration.

ENABLING CLEAN ENERGY DEPLOYMENT

INL improves U.S. energy security and industrial competitiveness by ensuring the availability of clean energy and developing improved technologies to protect the environment.
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Chemist creating art through her passion for photography

The ability to take an idea and make it tangible is important to INL research scientist Dr. ...

How a 3D printer turned into a hobby the whole family shares

Although his training is in biology, his real superpower is problem-solving. Five years ag...

Mild-mannered INL employees by day, hip-checking roller derby women by night

“Assault E. Hag” … “Pitbullrabbit” … “CJ McKillHer” … These are not name...
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