Cleanup crews have started the work needed to close the largest building at the U.S. Department of Energy desert site west of Idaho Falls, and expect to be done next year.
As empty as the land might look, there is a lot of history in Idaho Falls’ backyard: 890 square miles of land now called Idaho National Laboratory. Before the U.S. government established the National Reactor Testing Station in 1949, many people called it home.
The former head of a Department of Energy program in Idaho Falls who is now an assistant secretary at the DOE was honored this week by the American Nuclear Society with its Presidential Citation award.
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Diana Thompson noticed at the grocery store the dazed look on nearly everyone’s face. There was panic, too, as people scrambled for such things as toilet paper, hand sanitizer, flour and yeast.
Idaho National Laboratory is working with a Minnesota-based company on a system to use a nuclear plant’s steam and electricity to split water.
Local small businesses have been benefiting from a new mentorship program created by Fluor Idaho.
Idaho Falls has decided to stick with a proposed nuclear energy project, although it has reduced the city's power purchasing commitment by half for now.
In the age of the novel coronavirus, Nuclear Science Week, now in its 10th year, is holding a virtual celebration this week rather than its customary “Big Event.”
The Idaho Women’s Business Center will be opening a new office in Idaho Falls. The branch will hold a grand opening event at 2 p.m. on Tuesday at 2300 N. Yellowstone in the Idaho Innovation Center.
A project that would bring nuclear power to eastern Idaho and many cities throughout the West through new technology received a large round of funding Friday.
Energy officials are celebrating the allocation of $160 million to deploy advanced nuclear reactors as a pivotal moment for advancing American energy leadership.
The National Reactor Innovation Center will host its first webinar in the series “What Inspires Us” from 3 to 4:30 p.m. today.
The participants in a project to build 12 small nuclear reactors west of Idaho Falls have until the end of October to decide whether to continue into the next phase of the project.
National laboratories nationwide, including Idaho National Laboratory, have been ordered to suspend all diversity, equity and inclusion-related trainings pending an investigation of all such programs.
Security protection 24 hours a day at Idaho National Laboratory requires elite security systems and a well-trained, physically fit guard force. Being an INL Protective Force (Pro Force) officer is a challenging and invigorating career, and the demands of the job begin before aspiring officer…
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission completed its Phase 6 review of the design certification application for NuScale Power's small modular reactor with the issuance of the Final Safety Evaluation Report.
Idaho National Laboratory Director Mark Peters is leaving his spot as lab director for a new job with Battelle Energy Alliance.
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