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The Department of Energy has a long tradition of recognizing outstanding contributions to the field of nuclear security, and this year is no exception. The Office of Enterprise Assessments announced that Joshua Miller of Idaho National Laboratory’s Safeguards and Security training department is the esteemed recipient of the 2023 Colonel [...]

The Department of Energy has a long tradition of recognizing outstanding contributions to the field of nuclear security, and this year is no exception. The Office of Enterprise Assessments announced that Joshua Miller of Idaho National Laboratory’s Safeguards and Security training department is the esteemed recipient of the 2023 Colonel Sydnor Memorial Award. The award […]

If you’ve ever driven to a remote area, you may have noticed that the drive time is much longer on dirt roads. But once those roads are paved, you can get where you need to go much more quickly. The path to deploying advanced nuclear reactors isn’t a straight line, [...]

If you’ve ever driven to a remote area, you may have noticed that the drive time is much longer on dirt roads. But once those roads are paved, you can get where you need to go much more quickly. The path to deploying advanced nuclear reactors isn’t a straight line, but a new supercomputer named […]

Among the impressive nuclear energy scientists at Idaho National Laboratory, Bill Phillips stands out as a particularly gifted molten salt researcher. His journey from intern to staff scientist was marked by unique research findings and growing influence on the scientific community, and clearly illustrates how INL can facilitate a researcher’s [...]

Among the impressive nuclear energy scientists at Idaho National Laboratory, Bill Phillips stands out as a particularly gifted molten salt researcher. His journey from intern to staff scientist was marked by unique research findings and growing influence on the scientific community, and clearly illustrates how INL can facilitate a researcher’s development and success. Phillips’ graduate […]

Career-focused event will also include Idaho State University, College of Eastern Idaho, Idaho Department of Labor, Community Council of Idaho and Express Employment Professionals Idaho National Laboratory will host a bilingual recruiting event, INL Sin Límites, at the John E. Christofferson Building 3 at the College of Eastern Idaho in [...]

Career-focused event will also include Idaho State University, College of Eastern Idaho, Idaho Department of Labor, Community Council of Idaho and Express Employment Professionals Idaho National Laboratory will host a bilingual recruiting event, INL Sin Límites, at the John E. Christofferson Building 3 at the College of Eastern Idaho in Idaho Falls on Tuesday, July […]

On a crisp spring morning, professionals from across the country gathered at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Meeting Center for a novel event. The topics discussed over this two-day meeting aimed to open the door to a new generation of widely applicable technologies. The key? Molten salt. John Carter, INL [...]

On a crisp spring morning, professionals from across the country gathered at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Meeting Center for a novel event. The topics discussed over this two-day meeting aimed to open the door to a new generation of widely applicable technologies. The key? Molten salt. John Carter, INL advanced technology of molten salts […]

Idaho National Laboratory technologies and projects won more than $7.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF) program. TCF is a highly competitive program that supports the commercialization of DOE national lab plant and site technologies and buildout the national lab commercialization ecosystem. INL won [...]

Idaho National Laboratory technologies and projects won more than $7.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF) program. TCF is a highly competitive program that supports the commercialization of DOE national lab plant and site technologies and buildout the national lab commercialization ecosystem. INL won awards for 11 of its […]

Lisa Scott, an INL postdoc administrative assistant, grew up next to Russell L. Heath. “Our backyards touched,” Scott said. “As a young girl, I never knew the extent of Russ’ education and contributions to the INL research. He was always a kind, genuine neighbor and family friend. He had a [...]

Lisa Scott, an INL postdoc administrative assistant, grew up next to Russell L. Heath. “Our backyards touched,” Scott said. “As a young girl, I never knew the extent of Russ’ education and contributions to the INL research. He was always a kind, genuine neighbor and family friend. He had a talent for restoring old Model […]

Known as the nation’s nuclear laboratory, Idaho National Laboratory is not as widely recognized for its leadership in battery research. Yet, INL experts have conducted energy storage systems research for four decades of the lab’s 75-year history, almost as long as the nation has invested in electric vehicle technologies. In [...]

Known as the nation’s nuclear laboratory, Idaho National Laboratory is not as widely recognized for its leadership in battery research. Yet, INL experts have conducted energy storage systems research for four decades of the lab’s 75-year history, almost as long as the nation has invested in electric vehicle technologies. In 1976, Congress passed the Electric […]

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In July 2022, amidst a mechanical hum and complicated array of equipment filled with technicolor liquids, newly hired chemical engineering intern Rachel Umpleby learned, hands-on, about solvent extraction at one of Idaho National Laboratory’s (INL) many pilot programs. What’s more, she was learning from experienced aqueous separations and radiochemistry scientists, [...]

In July 2022, amidst a mechanical hum and complicated array of equipment filled with technicolor liquids, newly hired chemical engineering intern Rachel Umpleby learned, hands-on, about solvent extraction at one of Idaho National Laboratory’s (INL) many pilot programs. What’s more, she was learning from experienced aqueous separations and radiochemistry scientists, whose industry connections put them […]

In early 2006, James Hanneman was 18 months into his first job at Idaho National Laboratory’s Wireless Test Bed when his program manager asked him to attend a trade show. With two hours’ notice, he hopped on a plane to San Jose, California, to learn about wireless “backhaul technologies” for [...]

In early 2006, James Hanneman was 18 months into his first job at Idaho National Laboratory’s Wireless Test Bed when his program manager asked him to attend a trade show. With two hours’ notice, he hopped on a plane to San Jose, California, to learn about wireless “backhaul technologies” for cellular communications. INL’s test bed […]

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