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Student geothermal competitors tap Idaho expertise

Student geothermal competitors tap Idaho expertise

Idaho's Snake River Plain was the focus of the US Department of Energy's National Geothermal Student Competition this year. Most of the eight finalist teams, which included three Idaho universities, visited Idaho and consulted with INL and Idaho experts.

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Idaho researcher building used nuclear fuel sensor

Much of the 6,200 metric tons of used nuclear fuel generated by US power plants over the last 40 years is stored safely in giant stainless steel casks. Darryl Butt, a Boise State University professor, is part of a team researching whether it can be stored that way for at least 60 more.

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Idaho researcher building used nuclear fuel sensor

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Contact: Nicole Stricker
Phone: 208-526-5955
Secondary contact: Lou Riepl
Location: Idaho Falls, ID

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