SCIENCE & INNOVATION
Climate change can make it easier for diseases to jump from animals to humans. Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers Andrew Bartlow, Jeanne Fair and Carrie Manore discuss the impact climate change has on infectious disease spread.
The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, changed the way Los Alamos National Laboratory thought about national security. In this special episode, we talk to three people from LANL who were deeply involved in national security efforts before, during and after 9/11.
Nestled within its spacecraft millions of miles from Earth, SuperCam sent scientists an update.
Who shoots the lasers on Mars? These two scientists do.
On the 76th anniversary of the Trinity test, NSS examines the test from two angles: from 1945, when the test occurred, and from 2021, when they traveled to the Trinity site to tour ground zero and the surrounding area.