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 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...
December 7, 2022
Vault-Firsthand, the premier career-building website that releases a list of the most prestigious and best companies for internships each year, listed Idaho National Laboratory among the nation’s top internship opportunities. The website surveyed more than 11,400 current and former interns...
March 14, 2022
When Kyle Schroeder began his nuclear engineering degree at Idaho State University, he relied on his personal computer to run complex simulations required for his job as a research assistant. Specifically, Schroeder was trying to model how fluid might flow...
June 17, 2021
Turnover is inherent in the design of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES). Students graduate, interns scatter and researchers complete their projects. Nathan Jerred is an exception. Jerred has been a fixture at CAES since 2009, when he walked...
July 10, 2020
Current interns from across the 17 national labs are invited to join us on Wednesday, July 15, as the Department of Energy’s national laboratories partner to host a virtual town hall session. The event will feature a round table discussion...
April 16, 2020
Not all long-distance relationships are doomed to fail. For proof, look no further than the University of Idaho American Nuclear Society chapter. ANS President John Kelly commemorated the Idaho Student ANS Section on its 25th anniversary in March 2019. The...
October 10, 2019
If you broke Rajiv Khadka’s life into chapters, there would be a big one about growing up in Nepal, an unexpected chapter about his doctorate studies at the University of Wyoming, and another about his five-year stint as an intern...
September 26, 2019
Today, Mars is cold and dry with only a thin wisp of an atmosphere, but 3.5 billion years ago, the Red Planet was likely a warm, wet world not too dissimilar from Earth. As evidence, researchers point to geological features...
September 24, 2019
There’s nothing like adding a few hundred young people in the summer to bring life to a national laboratory, and at Idaho National Laboratory, internships are a good deal for everyone. Researchers get help from bright young people who are...
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