Hanford History Project of WSU Tri-Cities hosts Manhattan Project conference
An in-depth look at the lasting impact of Hanford
RICHLAND — RICHLAND, Wash.- Over the next few days the Hanford History Project of WSU Tri-Cities will be hosting an enter disciplinary conference at the Red Lion Hotel in Richland, focused on the legacies that have been left behind from the Manhattan Project during World War II.
The conference will also consist of panels featuring academics and professionals from across the world discussing the scientific innovations that came from the Manhattan Project including: environmental, social, health, community, science and political impacts of these different legacies left behind.
The Hanford History Project has also uncovered several artifacts and kept them for the public to observe, and further understand the importance of the nuclear production facility and the full effects of its complex aftermath.
To register for the full conference along with Hanford site tours of the B-Reactor, and the fundraiser event at the REACH Museum in Richland on Saturday you can visit the Hanford History Project website.
The full conference is $250 and $150 for students and seniors.