A Chemist in the White House: From the Manhattan Project to the End of the Cold War

[Glenn T. Seaborg] ☆ A Chemist in the White House: From the Manhattan Project to the End of the Cold War ☆ Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. A Chemist in the White House: From the Manhattan Project to the End of the Cold War This memoir, filled with photos, anecdotes, and analysis, provides an insiders look at national science policy-making from World War II through the Bush administration.. Seaborg, who worked on the Manhattan Project in his early career, played a key role in U.S. science and arms-control policy and served both as a Presidential Cabinet member and as head of the Atomic Energy Commission. Nobel Laureate Glen T]

A Chemist in the White House: From the Manhattan Project to the End of the Cold War

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Rating : 4.96 (543 Votes)
Asin : 0841233470
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 450 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-06-05
Language : English

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"Excelent Autobiography of Glen Seaborg" according to Gavin M Douglas. Annotation This autobiography details the interaction of an eminent scientist, Glenn Seaborg, with the highest levels of government in the U.S. during an important period for both science and public policy. Seaborg worked for each administration from 19Excelent Autobiography of Glen Seaborg Gavin M Douglas Annotation This autobiography details the interaction of an eminent scientist, Glenn Seaborg, with the highest levels of government in the U.S. during an important period for both science and public policy. Seaborg worked for each administration from 1946 to 1996. The work is based on meticulous notes that he recorded each day. Much of the material in the chapters consists of unedited excerpts from his personal di. 6 to 1996. The work is based on meticulous notes that he recorded each day. Much of the material in the chapters consists of unedited excerpts from his personal di

Includes extensive selections from the author's diaries and numerous b&w photographs."--SciTech Book News. Topics include Seabody's role in the discovery and development of plutonium in the Manhattan Project, his signing of the Limited Test Ban Treaty, and his service as the chairman of the US Atomic Energy Commission for over a decade. "In this memoir, Seabody describes his work for Franklin Roosevelt and each of the nine presidents who have followed him

This memoir, filled with photos, anecdotes, and analysis, provides an insider's look at national science policy-making from World War II through the Bush administration.. Seaborg, who worked on the Manhattan Project in his early career, played a key role in U.S. science and arms-control policy and served both as a Presidential Cabinet member and as head of the Atomic Energy Commission. Nobel Laureate Glen T

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