Dieter Gruen Oral History Interview
This Interview was conducted on February 16, 2015, by Cynthia Kelly, president of the Atomic Heritage Foundation.
Dieter Gruen talked about working in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, on the Manhattan Project. He recalled graduating from Northwestern University and joining the Manhattan Project. He also spoke about some of his discoveries and inventions, as well as government support for science.
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- Atomic Heritage FoundationAtomic Heritage Foundation
- Voices of the Manhattan ProjectVoices of the Manhattan Project
- Los Alamos Historical SocietyLos Alamos Historical Society
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