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Looking for a fun, free and nerdy day trip? Experimental Breeder Reactor-I, located 50 miles west of Idaho Falls on U.S. 20, will open for the 2023 season starting Friday, May 26, through Labor Day. The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is no cost for [...]
Looking for a fun, free and nerdy day trip? Experimental Breeder Reactor-I, located 50 miles west of Idaho Falls on U.S. 20, will open for the 2023 season starting Friday, May 26, through Labor Day. The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is no cost for admission.

For decades, some energy experts have dreamed of a carbon-free landscape where clean hydrogen is the dominant transportation fuel, energy storage medium and chemical building block. Indeed, hydrogen already plays a big role in the manufacturing processes of many common goods, from metal to fertilizer to food products. Likewise, several [...]

For decades, some energy experts have dreamed of a carbon-free landscape where clean hydrogen is the dominant transportation fuel, energy storage medium and chemical building block. Indeed, hydrogen already plays a big role in the manufacturing processes of many common goods, from metal to fertilizer to food products. Likewise, several recent technologies allow hydrogen to […]

Developers seeking to deploy advanced nuclear reactors can find high market potential in states with energy-intensive industries, nuclear-friendly laws, and widespread social acceptance – factors outlined in a new report by researchers at Idaho National Laboratory (INL). The report, “Microreactor Applications in U.S. Markets,” evaluated state-level legal, regulatory, economic and [...]

Developers seeking to deploy advanced nuclear reactors can find high market potential in states with energy-intensive industries, nuclear-friendly laws, and widespread social acceptance – factors outlined in a new report by researchers at Idaho National Laboratory (INL). The report, “Microreactor Applications in U.S. Markets,” evaluated state-level legal, regulatory, economic and technology implications for microreactor applications […]

A crowd gathers around a black wooden box that resembles a short refrigerator, waiting for the motion of a pair of robotic arms sitting just outside the box. When the arms move, a wave of excited energy in the room at Idaho National Laboratory conveys how this simple action may [...]

A crowd gathers around a black wooden box that resembles a short refrigerator, waiting for the motion of a pair of robotic arms sitting just outside the box. When the arms move, a wave of excited energy in the room at Idaho National Laboratory conveys how this simple action may alter the future of international […]

Idaho National Laboratory is poised to lend its deep bench of experts to a new resource for states wanting to learn more about advanced nuclear energy deployment. The Advanced Nuclear State Collaborative, launched in February, has already received interest from 23 states. Now states have a platform for peer-to-peer discussions [...]

Idaho National Laboratory is poised to lend its deep bench of experts to a new resource for states wanting to learn more about advanced nuclear energy deployment. The Advanced Nuclear State Collaborative, launched in February, has already received interest from 23 states. Now states have a platform for peer-to-peer discussions and one-stop easy access to […]

At Idaho National Laboratory, computational scientists use INL’s supercomputers to perform “virtual experiments” to accomplish research that couldn’t be done by conventional means. [...]
At Idaho National Laboratory, computational scientists use INL’s supercomputers to perform “virtual experiments” to accomplish research that couldn’t be done by conventional means.
Idaho National Laboratory experts supporting TerraPower’s advanced reactor development [...]
Idaho National Laboratory experts supporting TerraPower’s advanced reactor development
Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Director John Wagner has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election to this fellowship is an honor bestowed on members by their peers for their research and social efforts to advance science or its applications. [...]
Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Director John Wagner has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election to this fellowship is an honor bestowed on members by their peers for their research and social efforts to advance science or its applications.

Nuclear energy from small modular reactors or microreactors could provide electricity or hydrogen for recharging electric trucks. That’s according to a University of Michigan study funded by Emerging Energy Markets Analysis, an Idaho National Laboratory (INL) initiative. This analysis addresses a critical aspect of low-emission energy transitions, said Steve Aumeier, [...]

Nuclear energy from small modular reactors or microreactors could provide electricity or hydrogen for recharging electric trucks. That’s according to a University of Michigan study funded by Emerging Energy Markets Analysis, an Idaho National Laboratory (INL) initiative. This analysis addresses a critical aspect of low-emission energy transitions, said Steve Aumeier, senior advisor of INL’s strategic […]

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INL’s MALAMUTE simulation code gives researchers a new perspective on advanced manufacturing techniques that could reduce the environmental impact of producing high-performance materials. [...]
INL’s MALAMUTE simulation code gives researchers a new perspective on advanced manufacturing techniques that could reduce the environmental impact of producing high-performance materials.
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