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(Continued from Page 4)
FUNDS were intended for
10-year program, With the
x Project money now run-
>ut, the Regents have auth-
the University's Develop-
Council to seek to raise an-
two million dollars to sup-
mother five years of un-
ated research projects.
Y also specified that funds
signated research would be
ed in addition to the two
. dollars needed for undes-
d research projects.
rersity President Harlan
er called it "inconceivable
who know the accomplish-
of the Phoenix Project that
ork should end -- that be-
the original fund-raising
ign was intended for a ten-
eriod, we should now close
or on so many opportuni-
ir continuing research and
development."

THE FIRST decade of the
Phoenix Project has already
seen great strides toward convert-
ing the atom to peaceful, con-
structive uses.
The challenge Was summed up
by Prof. Gomberg in his book Nu-
clear Engineering: The Impact in
Engineering Education, when he
said, "We are confronted with an
energy source that is completely
new in its characteristics and
properties, with an energy form
that is only vaguely understood
and under very inadequate con-
trol, but one which exists in an
abundance greater than all the
other sources combined that are
presently available to man."
Man's success in understanding
and controlling the power may
well be the key to changing the
"nuclear umbrella of terror" into
the most rewarding of his scien-
tific achievements:.

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Monday, September 15,A 958

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