b'CAES Researchers Lead applications in both nuclear reactorsFour student interns funded Industry Collaborationand food processing plants. INLby the DOE Office of Energy Project will serve in an advisory role,Efficiency & Renewable Energy and characterization work will(EERE) through the Advanced Two researchers affiliated withtake place at CAES. IGEM fundsManufacturing Office/Robotics the Center for Advanced Energyare awarded to Idaho researchProgramStudies (CAES), a consortiumuniversities to partner with industryThree students from University made up of INL, Boise Stateleaders on research projectsof Michigans Center for Socially University, Idaho State University,geared toward commercialization. Engaged Design (C-SED) to the University of Idaho and theNew Sources of Externalfocus on community engagement University of Wyoming, led aFunding efforts regarding INLs construc-research team that receivedtion of several first-of-a-kind $274,167 from the Idaho GlobalINLs University Partnershipsadvanced nuclear reactorsEntrepreneurial Mission (IGEM)programs received external fundingFour students from Korea grant program. The project callsin FY 2019 from several significantNuclear International for collaboration with an industrysources. Here is a rundown: Cooperation Foundation, partner, Blackfoot, Idaho-basedDOE Office of Science granta global nuclear energy Premier Technology Inc., forfunding to promote STEMinternship program that research and development inopportunities at the nationalprovides paid interns to optimizing laser metal depositionlabs for Native American andsanctioned companies/additive manufacturingLatinx students laboratoriestechniques. This work has potential INL postdocs participating in Thermal Energy Transport under Irradiation (TETI)2019 Annual Report| 6'