Beyond The Manhattan Project

Several people walk toward a geodesic dome with a sign that reads: “Your Stake in the Atom.”
A traveling exhibit in Oak Ridge, 1966.


The Manhattan Project was so much more than just a handful of secret communities scattered throughout the United States during World War II. Its influence and legacy stretched throughout all corners of the world and its repercussions still haunt us and influence us to this day. In addition, the revolutionary science that came from the project has been continuously expanded on throughout the globe. Explore the articles below to gain a deeper understanding of the people, places, and stories beyond the Manhattan Project.  
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    Last updated: April 12, 2023

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