INL announces NRIC-focused webinar in industry engagement series

July 6, 2020

By INL Media Relations

INL News Release
June 29, 2020

Michelle Goff, (208) 932-6581, [email protected]
Sarah Neumann, (208), 520-1651, [email protected]

Idaho National Laboratory’s Small Business Program kicked off the “INL Industry Engagement” webinar series with a discussion on broader economic partnership opportunities with various INL programs. For the next session, the program will continue focusing on partnership opportunities, highlighting the National Reactor Innovation Center (NRIC) led by the laboratory.

Authorized by the Nuclear Energy Innovation Capabilities Act, NRIC was established in August 2019 to provide resources to test, demonstrate and assess the performance of new nuclear technologies – essential steps that must be completed before new advanced fission systems are available commercially. Among NRIC’s goals is to accelerate the deployment of advanced nuclear energy technology.

The webinar, which will take place from 9 to 10 a.m. MDT (11 a.m. to noon EDT) Wednesday, July 8, will feature a presentation from NRIC Director Dr. Ashley Finan, discussing her vision for the program. The scheduling information is:

INL Industry Engagement Webinar #2

Focus on the National Reactor Innovation Center: Featuring NRIC Director Dr. Ashley Finan

Wednesday, July 8

9 to 10 a.m. (MDT)

Register Here

Anyone interested in learning more about NRIC and partnerships related to INL’s unique nuclear research capabilities is invited to join.

Click here to see a schedule of upcoming events. Click here to watch a recording of the June webinar. There will be a live Q&A session with Finan at the end of her presentation for those able to attend the live event. For those who are unable to attend live, there will be a recording available.



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Posted July 6, 2020

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