Nuclear Physics

Henry Blosser, in a 2007 photo, died March 20. He was the founding director of MSU's National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory. Michigan State University photo.

Founding Director Of Michigan State Cyclotron Dies

Michigan State University says Henry Blosser, a pioneering nuclear physicist and founding director of its cyclotron facility, has died. He was 85.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/31/2013


Alma Prof Writes Book, Article On Struggles Toward A-Bomb

Technology based in nuclear physics rather than in warfare was one of the primary challenges the World War II-era developers of the atomic bomb faced while working with hundreds of tons of uranium ore. That’s the word from Cameron Reed, Charles A. Dana professor of physics at Alma College, in his book released last October, “The Physics of the Manhattan Project.”