INEEL

AcronymDefinition
INEELIdaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory
INEELIdaho National Engineering and Environment Lab (US Department of Energy)
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The INEEL team isolated the catalase enzyme from T.
For example, the presence of a major airport in Idaho Falls can largely be attributed to the population growth and economic activity generated by the INEEL.
INEEL won the first-place award, and Swarthmore University won the second-place award.
Sophomore Cami Johnson was awarded an academic fellowship at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL) to conduct lab and field research for a project entitled "Use of Genetic Markers as a Screening Tool for Ecological Risk Assessment at INEEL.
For example, the current trend for low-level and mixed low-level waste is toward a "regional disposition," in which waste from smaller sites will be consolidated at larger sites (at Hanford in eastern Washington, the Nevada Test Site, the INEEL, Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, and the Savannah River Site in South Carolina) (U.
The company licensed the rights to three patents from INEEL in July 2001.
Today, the adverse environmental effects of this deficient management scheme are manifesting in the soil, sediment, and groundwater in and around the facility--groundwater 600 feet below the site is contaminated, and INEEL is now on the National Priority List for cleanup (12) under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) of 1980.
INEEL researchers are developing surface-analysis instrumentation specifically for environmental samples such as soil or plant surfaces.
Why on Earth would INEEL want to build secret files on the public?
At first glance, INEEL seems as good a place as any to build an incinerator.