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GAIN Design Showcase

Be a part of the GAIN Student Design Showcase by showing your creative ideas addressing the current topic: "Micro-reactors: How will micro-reactors play a part in civilization in the next 20 years?" 



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The mission of the Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energy (DOE-NE) is to advance nuclear power as a resource capable of meeting the nation's energy, environmental and national security needs by resolving technical, cost, safety, proliferation resistance, and security barriers through research, development and demonstration ﴾RD&D﴿.  READ MORE


  
  
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced funding selectees for multiple domestic advanced nuclear technology projects. Three projects in three states will receive varying amounts for a total of approximately $11 million in funding. The projects are cost-shared and will allow industry-led teams, including participants from federal agencies, public and private laboratories, institutions of higher education, and other domestic entities, to advance the state of U.S. commercial nuclear capability. READ MORE

5/23/2019
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On Feb. 18, 1949, the recently formed Atomic Energy Commission (predecessor to today's U.S. Department of Energy) selected a Naval Proving Ground in Idaho as the site of a planned National Reactor Testing Station. Within just a few years, the site was home to numerous milestones that paved the way for the peaceful use of nuclear energy to generate safe, emission-free electricity. Although names at the site changed over the years (Argonne-West, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, Idaho National Laboratory), nearly every operating reactor in the world has technological roots in Idaho. That proud tradition continues today, with what is now Idaho National Laboratory set to host the nation's first small modular reactor demonstration and a new versatile fast-neutron test reactor with the next decade.​

70 Years of Nuclear Milestones Flipbook

5/7/2019
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​The Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear (GAIN) announced today that three nuclear companies will be provided GAIN Nuclear Energy (NE) Vouchers to accelerate the innovation and application of advanced nuclear technologies. NE vouchers provide advanced nuclear technology innovators with access to the extensive nuclear research capabilities and expertise available across the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory complex. This is the second set of awards in FY 2019.  READ MORE

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From Marianne Walck, Science & Technology deputy laboratory director:

I am pleased to announce that Dr. Rita Baranwal and Dr. Boryann Liaw have been honored with the Asian American Engineer of the Year (AAEOY) Award for 2019. They are the third and fourth INL recipients of the AAEOY award in the past two years. READ MORE

4/4/2019
  

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced funding selectees for multiple domestic advanced nuclear technology projects. Four projects in two states will receive varying amounts for a total of approximately $19 million in funding. The projects are cost-shared and will allow industry-led teams, including participants from federal agencies, public and private laboratories, institutions of higher education, and other domestic entities, to advance the state of U.S. commercial nuclear capability. READ MORE

3/27/2019
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