Los Alamos National LaboratoryBradbury Science Museum
Your Window into Los Alamos National Laboratory
Bradbury Science Museum

Cool Links

Can’t get enough science? Click on these links to learn more about science and innovations at the Lab and beyond!

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Free education in many fields

  • The Kahn Academy is a nonprofit organization that offers rigorous, free online lessons. Take a look, you may be amazed.

General science

  • How Stuff Works - We appreciate the effort these people have put in to explain just about everything we can think of.
  • The Exploratorium - Founded by Frank Oppenheimer, J. Robert's brother, the Exploratorium is the granddaddy of hands-on, minds-on science museums. Check out one of our favorite pages about snacks.
  • The Explodatorium (pdf) is our Scientist Ambassador Barry Warthen's marvelous catch-an-egg-in-the-act-of-exploding device.
  • Games and Puzzles from Jefferson Lab - JLAB educators have so much fun that we just have to link to our cousin's page in ours.
  • The National High Field Magnetic Laboratory education site. Los Alamos handles the Pulsed Field Facility in this cooperative program. Lots of information about magnets!
  • Veritasium.com is an impressive effort to explain concepts in science, many of which are cloaked in misunderstandings (includes videos)
  • Explanations of physics concepts -  Minute Physics (includes videos)
  • Our slide rule generates some interest. Wikipedia has a good article on how it works.

Space

 Brain activities

Chemistry activities

For teachers

  • Jefferson Lab - Hands-on science activities, worksheets, games, and more.
  • World Space Week - Free teacher activity guide to space related activities.

Around Los Alamos

Outliers

  • What If - Author Randall Munroe of XKCD.com attempts to answer off-the-wall physics questions. As with XKCD, we suggest a grain of salt, but we do enjoy his production.