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U. S. Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration Laboratories

The National Laboratories Office (NLO) of the Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) was instituted in late 2018 following the Board of Regents’ acceptance of the TAMUS’ role in management of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Under the direction of Chancellor Sharp, the office was established to serve as a conduit for expanding engagement of TAMUS faculty, students and staff with national laboratories. This office now serves as a primary point of engagement with all U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and National Nuclear Security Agency (NNSA) laboratories, facilities and sites. Consistent with TAMUS priorities, the NLO began with a focus on LANL, then expanded to the other NNSA labs and sites, and is gradually expanding to the other DOE areas. The NLO is here to support faculty and students by assisting in establishing new research connections, developing research proposals, locating funding opportunities and enhancing the future employment pool for the national laboratories through student engagement.
Visit the National Laboratories Office website for a complete list of National Laboratory opportunities for undergraduates and user facilities available to TAMU System faculty.

View the informational flyer for an overview of National Labs.
Visit the LAUNCH Research Opportunities Database for available undergraduate research positions.

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