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Contributions Support Project
(Coantinued from Page 4) THE FIRST decade of the
THE FUNDS were intended for Phoenix Project has already
a 10-year program, With the seen great strides toward convert-
Phoenix Project money now run- ing the atom to peaceful, con-
ning out, the Regents have auth- structive uses.
orized the University's Develop- The challenge was summed up
ment Council to seek to raise an-
other two million dollars to sup- by Prof. Gomberg in his book Nu-
port another five years of un- clear Engineering: The Impact in
designated research projects. Engineering Education, when he
They also specified that funds said, "We are confronted with an
for designated research would be energy source that is completely
accepted in addition to the two new in its characteristics and
million dollars needed for undes- properties, with an energy form
ignated research projects. that is only vaguely understood
University President Harlan and under very inadequate con-
Hatcher called it "inconceivable trol, but one which exists in an
to all who know the accomplish- abundance greater than all the
ments of the Phoenix Project that other sources combined that are
this work should end - that be- presently available to man."
cause the original fund-raising Man's success in understanding
campaign was intended for a ten- and controlling the power may
year period, we should now close well be the key to changing the
the door on so many opportuni- 'nuclear umbrella of terror" into
ties for continuing research and the most rewarding of his scien-
public development." tific achievements.

REMOTE CONTROL -- Master slave manipulators are used for remote control handling of chemical
experimentation inside a radiation eave. The mechanisms provide protection for the operator while he
retains delicate, "fingertip" control over radioactive materials,

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