Feb 7, 2008
New internal publication
Did you get it? Have you checked your mail box for Currents, the Laboratory's new internal publication?
The monthly publication, which replaces the LANL NewsLetter, should be in employee mail boxes this week. Currents focuses on the people behind the Laboratory's science and other initiatives. People are what make Los Alamos great, and it is the Lab's people and their research, achievements, and opinions that will take center stage in Currents.
Employees will receive the publication through interoffice mail; retirees who received the newsletter also will get Currents. Featured in the inaugural issue is Laboratory researcher Bette Korber, who talks about "the grandest thing I've ever done."
Also in the first issue, Glenn Mara, principal associate director for weapons
programs (ADWP), shares his thoughts about the Laboratory's proposed role in the transformation of the nation's nuclear weapons enterprise, and earthquake researcher Paul Johnson discusses a recent "eureka!" moment in his research. These and other items await you in the February Currents.
The Communications Office produces Currents. Send questions, comments, or story ideas to email@example.com.