Discover LANL

Discover LANL

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Los Alamos National Laboratory was established in 1943 as Site Y of the World War II Manhattan Project. Over the past 70 years, in response to the worlds changing needs, the Laboratory has also developed into a multi-disciplinary research institution, which has emerged as a world leader in scientific endeavor and technological development.

You are the future innovators of Northern New Mexico, and Los Alamos National Laboratory is part of your community.

Help us imagine what the Lab will be working on in the future.  Explore our featured LANL projects to get some ideas and meet our scientists. The STEM Wiki below provides great links to learn about the Laboratory's history and current projects.


STEMarts Wiki

Explore the links below to learn about past and present work at LANL. 

To read about more LANL scientists and get ideas for your project, visit 

FACES OF SCIENCE The people behind our science

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