Nuclear waste and its related issues are often hot items in our news. Radioactive waste occurs at all stages of the nuclear fuel cycle, whether it is from producing electricity or from nuclear medicine applications. Dealing safely with radioactive waste is critical to the environment as well our own safety. Visitors will learn how waste is characterized, treated, handled, transported and stored, as well as options for recycling and reprocessing.
Register today for our "Science is Everywhere" Summer Camp, taking place May 31 - August 5, 2016, for children 6-16 years. These week-long sessions include topics such as "Atomic Comics," "Get Glowing," "Voyage to the Deep" and more!Learn More
The Museum will restore the exterior of its B-52B Stratofortress this Spring and Summer! With a surface area of over 2/3 of an acre, and with paint costing $460 per gallon, this will be a huge undertaking. Help us restore this iconic aircraft today!Learn More
Join us for one of the most beautiful events of the year! Come celebrate the 20th Annual Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Festival on Saturday, May 14, from 10 am to 3 pm. A day of dancing, martial arts, food sampling, origami and more!Learn More