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INL recognized for excellence in disability hiring, employment practices

November 17, 2022

INL recognized for excellence in disability hiring, employment practices Idaho laboratory named NOD Leading Disability Employer for fifth straight year  The National Organization on Disability (NOD) has named Idaho National Laboratory a 2022 NOD Leading Disability Employer. This is the fifth...

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Team INL volunteers beautify commuter path during October River Walk cleanup

November 15, 2022

Team INL volunteers beautify commuter path during October River Walk cleanup   Idaho National Laboratory employees and their families removed trash from a popular commuter and recreation pathway during a cleanup of the Idaho Falls River Walk in October.   Team INL,...

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Idaho National Laboratory invites community to learn more about the future of...

October 25, 2022

Idaho National Laboratory invites community to learn more about the future of nuclear energy   Building on an effort launched in 2019, Idaho National Laboratory is holding a series of community discussions to answer the public’s questions. The topic of the...

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Idaho National Laboratory to host Spanish language recruiting event Oct. 25

October 20, 2022

Career-focused event will also include Idaho Department of Labor and College of Eastern Idaho Idaho National Laboratory will host a Spanish language recruiting event, INL Sin Límites, at the Idaho Falls Public Library on Tuesday, Oct. 25, from 6 to...

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INL’s Family Nuclear Science Night invites students to explore STEM

October 17, 2022

Idaho National Laboratory invites local students and their families to attend Family Nuclear Science Night, a STEM event that introduces visitors to nuclear science, engineering and more. The event will be held at the INL Meeting Center in the Energy...

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INL scientist receives Distinguished Service Award

October 10, 2022

INL scientist receives Distinguished Service Award  Distinguished scientist and department manager Ron Boring has won the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society’s 2022 Arnold M. Small and Betty M. Sanders President’s Distinguished Service Award.   Ron Boring According to the Human Factors...

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Nation’s first security-focused, 5G wireless test range opens in Idaho

September 13, 2022

Researchers in Idaho have opened the nation’s first open-air, 5G wireless test range focused exclusively on security testing, training and technology development. Located across the U.S. Department of Energy’s 890-square mile Idaho National Laboratory Site, the range is outfitted with...

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John Revier named INL External Engagement and Communications director

September 1, 2022

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — John Revier has been named the director of External Engagement and Communications at Idaho National Laboratory (INL).   John Revier The External Engagement and Communications directorate, which is new at INL, will focus on outreach and partnerships...

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Idaho National Laboratory wins three R&D 100 Awards

August 22, 2022

  It’s another winning year as three Idaho National Laboratory technologies received 2022 R&D 100 Awards.   The competition – now in its 60th year – celebrates research and development technologies from across the public and private sectors. Winning an award...

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Energy secretary tours INL with focus on clean energy, national security capabilities

August 3, 2022

Idaho Falls, Idaho – U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Jennifer Granholm made her first visit to Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Wednesday. Granholm, a former governor of Michigan, was appointed by President Joe Biden to lead the Energy department and...

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