"Nano: Imagine and discover the world you can't see" is an exhibit about big ideas that come from the small world of nanoscience. Visitors enjoy hands-on activities while learning about the huge impact nanotechnology is already having on our world. Guests will explore the progressively smaller magnetic materials of magnetite sand, iron power and ferrofluid in the activity "Small, Smaller, Nano," and everyone will feel like a scientist while building a giant carbon nanotube.
In a time where home-based education is taking place all over the nation, we invite you to visit our website, Voices of the Manhattan Project. This amazing collection of oral histories contains 580 audio/visual interviews with individuals who worked on the Manhattan Project. Interviews include General Leslie R. Groves, General Paul Tibbets (pilot of the Enola Gay), and a transcript of an interview with J. Robert Oppenheimer.Learn More
Visit the Nuclear Museum's YouTube channel for science experiments you can do at home, quick tours of our museum exhibits, and more! Even though we are all at home, we can still have great fun with science!Learn More
Welcome to "Ranger in Your Pocket," with virtual tours of Manhattan Project sites! Each tour features audio/visual vignettes drawn from interviews with Manhattan Project veterans and their families. Take a self-guided tour of Hanford's B Reactor or Bathtub Row at Los Alamos, all from the comfort of your home.Learn More