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Idaho National Laboratory spends nearly $400 million with small businesses

December 13, 2022

Idaho National Laboratory spends nearly $400 million with small businesses   IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – Idaho National Laboratory had another exceptional year working with small businesses to acquire goods and services. “Small businesses are the lifeblood of the U.S. economy and...

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Three Idaho National Laboratory leaders honored by National Diversity Council

December 9, 2022

Three Idaho National Laboratory leaders honored by National Diversity Council  Idaho Falls, Idaho – Three leaders from Idaho National Laboratory were recognized by The National Diversity Council, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing together the private, public and nonprofit sectors...

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Idaho National Laboratory internship program earns spot in Vault-Firsthand’s 2023 top rankings

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...

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Idaho National Laboratory projections point to continued growth, high demand for top...

December 6, 2022

Idaho National Laboratory projections point to continued growth, high demand for top talent  IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — Idaho National Laboratory is projecting significant growth as the lab remains at the forefront of scientific innovation and technology. “The lab is achieving...

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Nuclear forensics team braves winds to learn fallout collection techniques

December 5, 2022

Although the likelihood of a terrorist nuclear attack is extremely low, a lot of work is required to prepare for such an unthinkable event. That’s why a response team assembled by the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) recently trained in...

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Idaho researchers help Wyoming trailblaze energy, manufacturing frontiers

December 1, 2022

Wyoming’s embrace of advanced energy and manufacturing technologies has positioned the state to become a trailblazer in the global low-emissions economy.   Wyoming’s leadership in the nation’s energy future was the topic of this year’s Frontiers Project Meeting Oct. 7 in...

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Four INL employees named Women Worth Watching

November 30, 2022

Four INL employees named Women Worth Watching IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – Four Idaho National Laboratory employees have earned Women Worth Watching in Leadership distinctions from Profiles in Diversity Journal, a global publication dedicated to promoting and advancing inclusivity in corporate,...

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An early start: INL STEM Scholars camp helps area students learn about...

November 29, 2022

Helping protect our world’s energy future can be as complicated as developing an innovative technology to cleanly meet our growing electricity needs or as simple as turning off light switches when you aren’t in a room. At Idaho National Laboratory’s...

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Idaho National Laboratory’s 2023 Bright Future in Energy Scholarship opens

November 28, 2022

Idaho National Laboratory’s 2023 Bright Future in Energy Scholarship opens  Idaho National Laboratory is pleased to announce the opening of the 2023 Bright Future in Energy Scholarship competition. The program is open to 11th- and 12th-grade students interested in pursuing...

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Idaho National Laboratory researchers awarded $3.8 million, program renewals confirmed

November 21, 2022

Idaho National Laboratory researchers have won funding from one of the nation’s largest sponsors of research in the natural sciences. At $3.8 million over three years, it is one of the largest Department of Energy Office of Science’s Basic Energy...

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