CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The world got its first close-up look at a Mars landing on Friday, as NASA released a stunning picture of its newest rover being lowered onto the dusty red surface.
Cybersecurity issues dominated the meeting of the state’s nuclear energy stakeholder committee held Wednesday morning.
Idaho Falls, Idaho – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced the start of a 14-day public review and comment period on a draft environmental assessment for a proposal to construct the Microreactor Applications Research Validation & EvaLuation (MARVEL) project microreactor ins…
PORTLAND, Ore. — NuScale Power on Jan. 11 announced together with Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) that it has executed agreements to facilitate the development of the Carbon Free Power Project (CFPP), which will deploy NuScale Power Modules™ at the Idaho National Laboratory (…
The company in charge of cleanup at the U.S. Department of Energy desert site west of Idaho Falls reported some progress over the past year, one notable upcoming milestone being that the Integrated Waste Treatment Unit could finally start processing sodium-bearing waste next summer.
The Collaborative Computing Center and Cybercore Integration Center, which were financed by $90 million in bonds approved by the state Legislature in 2017, are located at the Idaho National Laboratory campus in Idaho Falls.
The city of Idaho Falls, Idaho National Laboratory and other regional stakeholders are still moving forward with a project to build 12 small nuclear reactors west of town.
Idaho Falls is poised to become a major center for the development of new nuclear reactors.
The contractor that runs Idaho National Laboratory is working with NASA to find someone who can build a nuclear power system that can be operated on the moon.
Many families count down the days to Christmas using an Advent calendar. The Vorwaller family of Idaho Falls has added an element to the tradition that ensures time together during this busy season of the year.
U.S. Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch voted for a $741 billion defense spending bill Friday, joining most of their Republican and Democratic colleagues in supporting a bill President Donald Trump has threatened to veto.
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.”