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The Texas A&M University System National Laboratories Office (NLO) was formed by the chancellor to be a conduit for expanding engagement with the national laboratories for faculty, staff, and students of the A&M System. This office engages with all Department of Energy and National Nuclear Security Agency laboratories and sites. 

The NLO has developed a multi-element program to help Texas A&M System researchers:

  • develop collaborative ties with researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL);
  • execute the Texas A&M System and LANL collaborative research projects; and
  • formalize long-term relationships where appropriate, such as through joint appointments.

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The Program for International Nuclear Security (PINE) is within the NLO and serves all of The Texas A&M University System. The program’s focus is limited to the international, peaceful uses of nuclear energy, while NLO includes nuclear weapons as deterrence. 

PINE coordinates with various partners in the Texas A&M System to deliver programs in:

  • the introduction of nuclear power;
  • nuclear technology applications;
  • emergency preparedness and response;
  • and nuclear safety, security and safeguards.

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TEES’ national security research works toward protecting the nation from internal and external vulnerabilities.