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On January 4, the Atomic Heritage Foundation’s (AHF) “Voices of the Manhattan Project” website was featured in Washington’s Tri-City Herald. The article, written by Annette Cary, highlights interviews with Manhattan Project veterans who worked at Hanford to build the world’s first nuclear reactor during World War II.
The Atomic Heritage Foundation (AHF) has launched a “Manhattan Project Innovations” tour with over two dozen vignettes addressing the extraordinary scientific and engineering innovations that came out of the Manhattan Project and their legacy for today. The tour is live on AHF’s “Ranger in Your Pocket” website, which features tours on Manhattan Project sites and themes.
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J. Robert Oppenheimer
Los Alamos Lab Director, Los Alamos, NM