Lab’s 70th Anniversary lecture series
To mark the Laboratory’s 70th anniversary this year, its Bradbury Science Museum is hosting a public lecture series with a different talk held each month through the end of the year. They are free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. All lectures begin at 5:30 p.m. and are held at the museum,1350 Central Avenue, Los Alamos.
For the complete schedule of talks, directions to the museum and other information, click here. Below is a list of the next three talks:
“The Wartime Role of Oak Ridge,” Wednesday, Feb. 13. Ray Smith will lecture on the wartime role of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where he currently serves as historian, and the importance of ongoing collaboration between the laboratories.
“From Z Division to Sandia National Laboratories,” Wednesday, March 13. Sandia National Laboratories historian Rebecca Ullrich discusses Sandia’s transition from a wartime Los Alamos division to an independent laboratory.
“Enola Gay Pilot: A Grandfather Remembered,” Wednesday, April 1. Col. Paul Tibbets, IV, grandson of the Enola Gay’s pilot, shares personal reminiscences about his grandfather’s military career. Col. Tibbets will also discuss the importance of collaboration between the military and the national laboratories.