THE MICHIGAN DAILY
s radio telescope and the uranium slugs of the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory show
e at Peach Mountain, 15 miles northwest of Ann Arbor, was put into operation
oratory technician were loaned to the University by the Atomic Energy Commission
num-covered uranium rods at the laboratory.
ies 1 --
e for the
e of the
d by the
armed services for the last ten
- years, is concerned with the me-
l chanics of jet propulsion.
n Work on government rocket
'f projects, traffic safety, and mar-
ine engineering are all included
e in the tasls of the Institute.
e Studies Peaceful Atom
The Phoenix Memorial Project,
' which celebrated its tenth birth-
day this year, 'studies peacetime
uses of atomic energy. On North
Campus their laboratory includes
e the Ford Nuclear Reactor.
- Medical and dental research
- flourishes on the campus. 1edi-
cal studies inclide cancer research
projects, studies of surgery and
f heart disease.
- IDental research has been car-
h ried on recently on the replace-
e ment of human jaw bone by com-
mon soup bones. The study of
't chemical effects on tooth enamel
e is another of the projects under'
A way with grants from corporations$
:or the government. The replace
e ment of dental tissue by superior
synthetic materials is an addition-
al area under investigation.
Research is carried on in vir-
tually every department, from
psychology to economics. The In-
stitute for Social Research com-
bines social science research into
one unit, with studies conducted
for private groups, corporations
and the government on a contract
basis. The Survey Research Cen-
ter, one section of the Institute,
samples opinion on various ques-
tions throughout the country.
Large scale studies are conducted
in each presidential election year
to determine voter opinions and
trends. A recently completed
study in the economic sphere
shows consuimer attitudes, have
not changed substantially because
of the recession.
The most common research, of
course, takes place in the library.
stacks where professors continue
studies and Ph.d. candidates com-
plete work on their lengthy 'dis-
WIND TUNNEL - The North Campus low turbulence wind tun-
nel is used by the aeronautical engineering researchers to test
aircraft innovations and tentative designs.
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