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In times of growing cyber threats and severe weather, resilience — the ability to continue providing emergency services while damaged infrastructure is restored — has emerged as a growing concern among leaders at state and local levels. The world is held together with strands far more fragil…

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The $738 billion defense funding bill that passed the Senate on Tuesday and the $1.4 trillion spending bills that passed the House both included numerous Idaho-related items, including money for Idaho National Laboratory, nuclear research and rural counties.

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Idaho National Laboratory has been honored with two Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) Awards in 2019 in the Far West Region. The FLC is formally chartered and mandated by Congress to promote, educate and facilitate technology transfer nationwide among more than 300 federal laboratories, re…

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More than 50 people attended Idaho National Laboratory’s “Chernobyl — Just the Facts,” the first of its series of talks on the 1986 nuclear disaster, at the College of Eastern Idaho on Tuesday. INL officials chose the topic due to increased interest in the Chernobyl nuclear disaster followin…

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Idaho National Laboratory cut the ribbon on two new buildings Monday that, it is hoped, will help give a major boost to the lab’s cybersecurity work and its research collaboration with the state’s colleges and universities.

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Several hundred workers at the Advanced Mixed Waste Treatment Project, a facility that will be done with its waste treatment work in about a month, gathered Thursday to hear thanks from their bosses and local and state officials.