May 30, 2023
An agreement between Idaho National Laboratory and Wyoming positions the state to continue as a leader in energy production and innovation. The collaboration comes after TerraPower announced plans in 2021 to build its Natrium Power Plant in Kemmerer, Wyoming. Wyoming’s...
May 22, 2023
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...
May 15, 2023
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...
May 9, 2023
The Storm-DEPART tool was recently awarded an INL Laboratory Director Award and this week the team will be honored by Entergy Corporation, a Louisiana-based utility that is using the technology to better prepare for natural disasters. In August 2005, Hurricane...
May 1, 2023
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...
April 24, 2023
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...
April 20, 2023
Idaho National Laboratory’s K-12 Education Program announces Abigail Stephens and Elsa Cutler as winners of the 2023 Bright Future in Energy Scholarship Competition. Stephens and Cutler wowed the judges with their research and presentations, which focused on how nuclear energy...
April 17, 2023
You don’t have to be William Tell with a bow and arrow to know that a smaller target is harder to hit. In today’s world of cybersecurity, the fewer opportunities there are for hackers to make trouble, the less chance...
April 10, 2023
An Idaho National Laboratory employee recently helped young engineers take first place at the Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE) sixth annual design challenge. The challenge was part of the Black Engineer of the Year (BEYA) Conference. JR Ratliff, INL’s...
April 3, 2023
Thousands of innovations and technologies have been discovered at Idaho National Laboratory since its establishment more than 70 years ago. The discoveries include everything from cybersecurity software that reduces risk of cyberattacks to inventions that improve the safety and efficiency...
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