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M Glow Blue

September 12, 2023


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In 1957, the University of Michigan campus sported a fully functional nuclear reactor. On the heels of World War II, after the University lost more than 500 community members to the war, U-M created a project devoted to peaceful uses of nuclear energy, rising from the ashes of war. It would be known as the Memorial Phoenix Project.

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