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.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History will host "Science is Everywhere" Summer Camps for children who are 6 to 15 years old. These themed, week-long camps will take place May 30 - August 11, 2017, and they are designed to be both highly educational and fun for all. Sessions include "Spy Kids," "Code of the Robot," "The Great Game, Scratch," "DIY Disasters," "Movie Magic" and many more!Learn More
Submit your science, technology, engineering, art or mathematics photographs for the chance to win cash prizes and the opportunity to have your work on display at our museum. Entry deadline is September 1, 2017.Learn More
A special exhibition where visitors will step back in time to a pivotal point in history, and experience pure science through pure art. Explore and study the recreations of the super secrets from the Manhattan Project's atomic bomb in this mesmerizing exhibit.Learn More