The stories and infographics below showcase Inside Science's previous coverage of issues related to the 75th Anniversary of the first atomic bomb test. Please visit our anniversary collection, Seventy-Five Years After Trinity, for more stories and information describing the far-reaching ways the Manhattan Project has influenced science and society.
Infographic that details the relative risks of radiation exposures from different events.
Decades after atomic bombs dropped, scientists debate their application to modern radiation safety standards.
Plutonium processing plant was saved by conservative engineering.
Image Credits: Abigail Malate, Staff Illustrator
For 75 years, scientists have been trying to devise a way to make a vast supply of radioactive and chemically dangerous waste at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation safe.
Once the tricky political agreements have been reached, how do nations take apart their nuclear weapons?
For more stories, videos and infographics related to Inside Science's coverage of the far-reaching ways that the Manhattan Project influenced science and society, visit our page: Seventy-Five Years After Trinity.