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The Los Alamos National Laboratory is considering a change to its logo to better reflect what it calls a diverse and evolving mission.
LANL officials say the lab was established 70 years ago with the sole mission of designing and building an atomic bomb to end World War II.
Today, they say, its work in national security covers a wide range of issues — including nuclear non-proliferation, energy security, climate change modeling, countermeasures to nuclear and biological terrorist threats and space.
The lab is conducting an online survey for feedback on potential logos at https://surveymonkey.com/s/YBHQYHX
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