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How Public-Private Partnerships Drive Innovation at National Labs

The Nuclear Energy Institute this week sponsored a discussion by a panel of national laboratory and industry leaders on these partnerships and the innovations being incubated by them. The Senate National Labratory Caucus and the House Science and National Labs Caucus were honorary co-hosts of the well-attended event. Sen. Jim Risch (R-Idaho) opened with a statement expressing the importance of the national laboratory complex to the future of nuclear energy.

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