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Who is Norris Bradbury? He has been called the “savior” of Los Alamos and even the “father” of the federal laboratory system, yet many people have not heard of him.
Los Alamos National Laboratory historian Alan Carr discussed his life, career and influence of Norris Bradbury in the first of two brown bag public lectures at the Bradbury Science Museum.
The first lecture Tuesday covered Bradbury’s young life, work on the Manhattan Project and post World War II time. The second lecture on Aug. 21 will focus on why the lab evolved into a multidisciplinary institution and Bradbury’s legacy. Employees and the public are welcome to bring their lunch.
Lecture scheduled tonight
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