Idaho National Laboratory (INL) serves as the nation's command center for advanced nuclear energy research, development, demonstration and deployment. It is home to the unparalleled Advanced Test Reactor and related post-irradiation examination, fuel fabrication and materials testing and development facilities. INL and its more than 4,200 scientists, engineers and support personnel leverage these and numerous other remarkable assets to build on the potential and promise of the theoretical for real world benefit. The tour will visit two primary facilities—the Advanced Text Reactor Complex and the Materials and Fuels Complex—and includes a scenic stopover at the Craters of the Moon National Monument.
*Lunch is included in this mobile workshop. Participants should wear comfortable walking shoes and dress to be outside. Please note that there is a two hour drive each way.