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INL encourages employees to work from home amid coronavirus outbreak

March 16, 2020

News Release

INL encourages employees to work from home amid coronavirus outbreak IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — Beginning March 17, Idaho National Laboratory will recommend its employees work from home, depending on the...

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CoDeAc: Safe, Fast Radionuclide Detection

March 11, 2020

Feature Story

In the event of a radiological release, such as from an improvised nuclear device, immediately assessing the threat to public safety would be critical. Rapid detection of radioactive materials can...

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Distinguished scientist from INL recognized among 2020 Idaho Women of the Year

March 9, 2020

News Release

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – The Idaho Business Review announced its selections for the 2020 Women of the Year Awards, including Distinguished Scientist Dawn Scates of Idaho National Laboratory. The 50...

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As the nation's premier nuclear science and technology lab, INL leads research, development and demonstration projects to help the nation maintain and expand its use of nuclear energy.

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Finding a new passion for uranium

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INL physician assistant moonlights as young adult fiction writer

Since he started writing fiction, Jason Joyner says he has found himself somewhere between ...
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