Researchers can plot a new transmission route over various terrains, open a valve or delve into the core of a nuclear reactor in the four-panel projector called “The Cave” in the Center for Advanced Energy Studies in Idaho Falls. Learn about nuclear energy at an event Tuesday, March 22, at Boise State University.
Researchers can plot a new transmission route over various terrains, open a valve or delve into the core of a nuclear reactor in the four-panel projector called “The Cave” in the Center for Advanced Energy Studies in Idaho Falls. Learn about nuclear energy at an event Tuesday, March 22, at Boise State University. Chad Estes For McClatchy
Researchers can plot a new transmission route over various terrains, open a valve or delve into the core of a nuclear reactor in the four-panel projector called “The Cave” in the Center for Advanced Energy Studies in Idaho Falls. Learn about nuclear energy at an event Tuesday, March 22, at Boise State University. Chad Estes For McClatchy

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