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Ken Foster

Ken Foster joined the Dayton Project in July, 1948. He worked in an assay group at the Runnymeded Playhouse in Oakwood, where he conducted studies on the radiation properties of the polonium that was being manufactured there. Foster transferred to Mound Laboratories in January, 1949, when the Project moved. While there, Foster worked in the research department studying various alternate alpha-emitting materials such as actinium.

Ken Foster's Timeline

  • 1948 Jul Joined the Dayton Project.

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