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Los Alamos National Laboratory this summer attracted 1,350 student interns in both technical and nontechnical fields, giving them the opportunity to conduct research in a wide range of disciplines. In addition, a record number of postdocs – 452–are working at Los Alamos this year.
“Diverse people, new ideas, excellent work, that’s what the lab is about,” said Jerry Foropoulos, Jr. of High Explosives Science and Technology Division, a judge for the Laboratory’s 2011 Student Symposium, an event that showcases students’ summer projects.
“The students are a large part of the lab’s history, and should always be highly valued,” Foropoulos said. “Internships let the lab screen students for potential while offering the student a meaningful employment experience.”
This summer, the lab attracted students from some 280 colleges and universities from across the nation and around the world.
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