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On Feb 26, Ann Deml posted Institution Information
The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is a multi-purpose national laboratory delivering specialized science and engineering solutions for the Department of Energy (DOE). INL offers research opportunities in Environmental Stewardship, Subsurface Science, Generation IV Nuclear Energy Systems, Advanced Computing and Collaboration, Advanced Waste Management Solutions, Biotechnology, and engineering. INL is the lead DOE laboratory in Environmental Management and in Environmental Stewardship. In partnership with Argonne National Laboratory, INL is the DOE lead nuclear energy laboratory. It is home to one of the largest concentrations of technical professionals in the northern Rocky Mountain region.
Located in southeastern Idaho, the INL covers 889 square miles of the Snake River Plain between Idaho Falls and Arco, Idaho. Offices and laboratories are also in the city of Idaho Falls, Idaho (population 50,000), located about two hours from Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park and other areas offering prime recreational opportunities.
INL placed 5 PST students in summer 2006.
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