Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Delivering science and technology to protect our nation and promote world stability


Our publications show the Lab's enduring commitment to researching and applying the best science, engineering and technology to 21st century challenges.


NSS Spring 2020

National Security Science

NSS showcases the importance, breadth, and depth of the Lab"s scientific and technical work for solving challenges to national security to policy makers, the general public, academia, and scientific and technical experts.

Subscribe to NSS.
Frequency: 3 times a year

1663 Magazine


The Lab's science and technology magazine presents some of the most significant research initiatives and accomplishments of the Laboratory to a diverse audience. The articles cover topics from the entire portfolio of national-security-related programs, as well as from the discretionary research projects that advance the frontiers of basic science.

Subscribe to 1663.
Frequency: 3 times a year

Connections link to current issue

Community Connections

News and opportunities for the Lab's neighbors and friends, with a primary focus on economic development, education and community giving.

To be added to the email distribution, contact connections@lanl.gov.
Frequency: monthly

Actinide Research Quarterly

Actinide Research Quarterly (ARQ)

This publication of the Glenn T. Seaborg Institute for Transactinium Science, a part of the National Security Education Center in the LANL Institutes Office. ARQ highlights progress in actinide science in such areas as process chemistry, metallurgy, surface and separation sciences, atomic and molecular sciences, and more.

Contact us at arq@lanl.gov.
Frequency: bi-annual



@theBradbury is a monthly electronic newsletter highlighting events at the Bradbury Science Museum and the Lab’s newest research and innovations.

Contact slbaker@lanl.gov.
Frequency: monthly

Vista Issue 2 2020

Physical Sciences Vistas

Offering perspectives on materials science, manufacturing, experimental physics, and accelerator science, technology and engineering at Los Alamos.

Contact aldps-comm@lanl.gov.
Frequency: quarterly