b'NOTABLE CollaborationsNSUF: By the NumbersThe Nuclear Science User Facilities (NSUF) led by INL offers unparalleled research opportunities for nuclear energy researchers. Users get access (at no cost to the researcher) to world-class nuclear research facilities, technical expertise from experienced scientists and engineers, and assistance with experiment design, assembly, safety analysis and examination. Here are some updates from last year.14 industry-related projects (with EPRI, General Atomics, General ElectricHitachi Nuclear, AREVA, Westinghouse Nuclear, Aeroprobe, NuScale and Kairos Power)99 new NSUF Rapid Turnaround Experiment (RTE) projects~ 40% winning RTE proposals using INL capabilities24 winning RTE proposals using capabilities in the Center for Advanced Energy StudiesFOUR new industry-led projects selected through the Consolidated Innovative Nuclear Research Funding Opportunity Announcement.200+ total number of peer-reviewed journal articles (as of Dec. 31, 2018),which had an average H-index score of 17Training for Radiological Events INL hosted and facilitated the NNSA Radiological Assistance Program Region 6 exercise, Planning for the First 100 Minutes. This exercise trained Idaho emergency responders on best practices in dealing with radiological dispersion devices and included participants from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and other state and local emergency-planning and response organizations.10'