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From a small town to a national impact: Hartenstein’s journey to leading...

July 22, 2021

Feature Story

As he prepares to retire in October and transition to emeritus status, Steve Hartenstein, INL’s chief science officer for National...

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New technology shows promise in detecting, blocking grid cyberattacks

July 20, 2021

News Release

Researchers from Idaho National Laboratory and New Mexico-based Visgence Inc. have designed and demonstrated a technology that can block cyberattacks...

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Nuclear Technology Devotes Entire Issue to MOOSE

July 19, 2021

Feature Story

The July 2021 issue of Nuclear Technology is devoted to MOOSE, the computational framework developed at Idaho National Laboratory (INL)...

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EBR-I Atomic Museum open July 17 for Atomic Days

July 14, 2021

News Release

The Experimental Breeder Reactor (EBR-I) Atomic Museum will be open July 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to celebrate...

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INL’s Voluntary Protection Program achieves 20-year milestone

July 14, 2021

Feature Story

The program looks to mentor companies to become Star facilities. Idaho National Laboratory’s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) is currently undergoing...

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INL Fuel Cycle Strategy lead Monica Regalbuto named ANS Fellow

July 12, 2021

Feature Story

Monica Regalbuto Over three decades in the United States nuclear industry, Monica Regalbuto has worn many different hats: researcher, manager...

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Teaching machines to find critical facilities for emergency response

July 8, 2021

Feature Story

Editor’s Note: This feature story series explores efforts by INL researchers to harness the power of machines to help humans...

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Deputy laboratory director nationally recognized for inclusive leadership excellence

June 29, 2021

News Release

Deputy laboratory director nationally recognized for inclusive leadership excellence Juan Alvarez Juan Alvarez, Idaho National Laboratory deputy laboratory director for...

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New IrrigationViz tool promotes water, energy, environment for communities

June 22, 2021

News Release

Reinvestment in the nation’s irrigation systems has numerous benefits. It can simultaneously promote the economic well-being of farmers and rural...

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From intern to expert, Nathan Jerred wraps up stellar stint at CAES

June 17, 2021

Feature Story

Turnover is inherent in the design of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES). Students graduate, interns scatter and researchers...

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