b'Why do you keep changing your name?W e started here after World War II as the National Reactor Testing Station. This is where nuclear scientists could explore peaceful applications of splitting an atom. Thename changed to the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL) in 1974 to reflect that, in addition to nuclear reactors, the labs mission expanded to many other projects. In 1999, INEL became the leadlab for environmental cleanup technology, so the name changed to the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL).In 2005, the contract to operate INEEL was split between laboratory research and cleanup work, and facilities that had been operated by Argonne National Laboratory at the Idaho Site were shifted from ANL and the DOE Chicago Operations Office'