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Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear
What is GAIN?
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Industry / Directory
D.O.E. / National Laboratories
Advanced Nuclear Technology Development FOA DE-FOA-0001817
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) FOA
ARPA-E | DOE $24 Million in Funding
FY 2018 CINR FOA
Versatile Test Reactor
High Temperature Gas Reactor
Molten Salt Reactor
National Lab Capabilities
Site Permit Process
Advanced Nuclear Fuel Technologies
Advanced Reactor Technologies (ART)
Light Water Reactor Sustainability (LWRS) Program
Databases & Documents
Molten Salt Reactor Workshop 2018
NSUF GAIN Industry Advisory Meeting
Advanced Manufacturing Workshop 2018
GAIN Advanced Fuels Workshop
MODELING AND SIMULATION
DOE Lab Support
What's New in GAIN Archive
Slider- High Temperature Gas Reactor
DOE Lab Support
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DOE National Lab Capabilities
Lab Partnering Service
Connecting investors with experts and resources for energy technologies.
The Lab Partnering Service is a service of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Energy Investor Center. The service provides investors, and other parties looking to advance energy innovation, a single location to connect with leading DOE national laboratory technical experts to quickly answer innovation questions, as well as discover opportunities for building partnerships. Our goal is to increase access to the information needed to make informed decisions.
INL Site Conditions and Properties
This report provides a high-level review of potential technical, commercial, and natural components likely to influence the planning, preparing, and positioning for the future by investing in the build-out of energy systems at Idaho National Laboratory.
DOE Strategic Plan 2014-2018
The Department of Energy (DOE) is responsible for advancing the energy, environmental, and nuclear security of the United States; promoting scientific and technological innovation in support of that mission; sponsoring basic research in the physical sciences; and ensuring the environmental cleanup of the nation’s nuclear weapons complex.
The Science and Energy, Nuclear Security, and Management and Performance strategic goals in this Strategic Plan are aligned with the DOE organizational structure adopted in August 2013. Three Under Secretaries manage the core functions that carry out the DOE mission with significant cross-cutting work spanning across the enterprise. The DOE enterprise is comprised of approximately 14,000 federal employees and over 90,000 management and operating contractor and other contractor employees at the Department’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., and at 85 field locations. DOE operates a nationwide system of 17 national laboratories that provides world-class scientific, technological, and engineering capabilities, including the operation of national scientific user facilities used by over 29,000 researchers from academia, government, and industry. The range, scale and excellence of science and technology (S&T) at the DOE laboratories provide strategic assets to accomplish DOE missions, support government responses to unforeseen domestic and international emergencies, and provide technical capabilities to help shape the global S&T agenda.