For a list of LANL history books curated by lab historian Alan Carr, see the 15 of the best books about the Lab's history, via the internal LANL website. Links to request them are below:
Environmental reports can be accessed at the Electronic Public Reading Room.
Videos available on external sources:
See more Trinity-related media at our Trinity Test resource guide:
Any links labeled LANL means the item cannot be requested by the public. Materials in the lower level of the library can be used in the building but cannot be checked out by the public. A Worldcat link means the book is available at libraries outside of Los Alamos National Laboratory and can be requested through your own local library.
The History of the LANL Research Library:
These newspapers have covered LANL in the past and continue to do so on a regular enough basis to be considered a source of historical/primary LANL history.
A full list can be found at the Laboratory's publications page.
Lab-wide official social media accounts:
LANL official groups/related groups on social media (Twitter unless otherwise noted):
Former lab directors:
Los Alamos National Laboratory currently maintains an app called The Secret City: Project Y, which allows the user to explore the town of Los Alamos through the lens of the Manhattan Project. It is a virtual historical tour of the town, and is available through the Apple app store and Google Play.
LANL had an app for its 75 year anniversary. This app detailed the lab's history for users. It is currently not available online for download.
The LANL app's official description: Take a look back at some of the milestones and major achievements in LANL’s storied history with the LANL 75th Anniversary app. Learn more about what the Laboratory is doing now to protect our nation and promote world stability. Discover the scientific breakthroughs LANL has made in high performance computing, space, energy, materials, health, medicine, and more.
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