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70th anniversary talk and apply for Leadership Los Alamos
July 1, 2013
The Museum is located at 1350 Central Ave. in Los Alamos

The Museum is located at 1350 Central Ave. in Los Alamos


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Lecture July 10 on Truman’s decision to drop the bomb

On Wednesday, July 10 at 5:30 p.m. the Bradbury Science Museum will host a talk on President Truman’s decision regarding use of the atomic bomb during World War II. The topic will be presented by Noel Pugach, professor emeritus of the University of New Mexico’s history department.

The talk is free and open to the public with seating on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Museum is located at 1350 Central Avenue, Los Alamos.

Lectures every month through the end of the year

To see a list of other 70th anniversary lectures scheduled for this year, go to the Museum’s website.

Did you know?: The Bradbury Science Museum was voted a top North American science museum by select members of Mensa just in time for summer? While the National Air and Space Museum ranked first, Los Alamos’ museum came in at a very respectable fifth of the 10 listed.

You can view the original story here.

July 31 deadline for Leadership Los Alamos applications

Those interested in leadership roles in the community are invited to apply for Leadership Los Alamos. In monthly sessions that run from September through May, participants have an opportunity to learn about various aspects of the community including economic development, the environment and local government. The Lab routinely sponsors participants to help encourage community volunteerism.

The cost of the program is $650 and, if selected, scholarship assistance could be provided based on financial need.

For more information, go to the Leadership Los Alamos website.