Scientist Ambassador Academy
Have you always wanted to talk with an actual scientist or engineer, and ask them questions about how things work on the atomic scale, or how a nuclear reaction happens, or how computers work? Maybe you'd like this, if you could be sure that they would talk your language so that you could really understand them. If so, you are in luck!
The Bradbury is building a corps of Scientist Ambassadors who are trained to be really great at these conversations with learners of all ages, about topics that they are passionate about.
How to make use of Scientist Ambassadors
You might encounter Scientist Ambassadors during your visit to Bradbury galleries. Or you might like to request that a Scientist Ambassador come to converse with your class or group, perhaps at a science festival or during a science fair at school. All of our Scientist Ambassadors are Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists or engineers, working actively in their fields. Read about the current Scientist Ambassadors and the subjects they'd like to talk with you about.
Request a Scientist Ambassador
If you would like to request one for your group, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org describing your event (when—date and time, where, for what audience) and which Scientist Ambassadors you'd like to request. We'll email you back promptly.