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Opened in 1954 as Ice-house Museum, the Bradbury Science Museum gained fame and reputation very fast among the research community. After changing several locations, it is now located in a beautiful downtown building. The museum houses several scientific artifacts and displays on the Manhattan project that are rare, path breaking and have drawn large crowds. With about 40 interactive displays,...
Your window into Los Alamos National Laboratory
The Bradbury Science Museum, located in downtown Los Alamos, New Mexico, is your window into the research and history of Los... Alamos National Laboratory. More than 40 interactive exhibits trace the history of the WWII Manhattan Project, highlight the Laboratory's current and historic research projects related to defense and technology, and focus on the Laboratory research related to national...
Los Alamos National Laboratory's public showcase, the Bradbury provides a balanced and provocative examination of such topics as atomic weapons and nuclear power. You can experiment with lasers; witness research in solar, geothermal, fission, and fusion energy; learn about DNA fingerprinting; and view fascinating exhibits about World War II's Project Y (the Manhattan Project, whose participants...
Very interesting. Worth the long but scenic drive.
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