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Prof. Glaser Wins Nobel Physics Prize

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3
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November
Year
1960
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$2,000,000 'U' phoenix Drive Opens

$2,000,000 'U' phoenix Drive Opens image
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3
Month
April
Year
1959
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U-M Project Makes Giant Strides

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Day
20
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May
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1958
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Prof. Henry J. Gomberg, at the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory, August 1961

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Ann Arbor News, September 27, 1961
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DIRECTS ATOMIC RESEARCH: Prof. Henry J. Gomberg, seated at his desk in thePhoenix Memorial Laboratory, directs atomic energy research projects throughout the campus area that are valued at more than $1,00,000.

Professor Henry J. Gomberg, assistant director of the Phoenix Project, June 1955

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Ann Arbor News, June 8, 1955
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SCIENTIST-ADMINISTRATOR: Prof. Henry J. Gomberg, assistant director of the Phoenix Project and winner of the U-M Henry Russel Award in 1952, stands behind a model of cobalt 60 rods similar to the ones the University will get from Canada next month. Cobalt 60 is a high energy radiation source.