Clement Markert, Zoology Dept. working in a Phoenix Lab / BL021070



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Clement Markert, Zoology Dept. working in a Phoenix Lab
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University of Michigan News and Information Services Photographs
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University of Michigan. News and Information Services. Photographs.
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Envelope: Phoenix 14
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University of Michigan. News and Information Services.
The Michigan Memorial Phoenix project started in 1948 to find peacetime applications for atomic energy. Originally, it included a laboratory, greenhouse, and the Ford Nuclear Reactor. The Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project building was completed in 1955 and designed by Cornelius Gabler. The greenhouse was replaced by an addition in 2013. The Ford Nuclear Reactor was built between 1955-1956 as an addition to the laboratory by architect Smith, Hinchman & Grylls Associates and deactivated in July 2003.
Note in envelope: "Prof Clement Markert, Zoology Dept., who is studying with isotopes how genes affect the pigment-producing system which decides hair color of the mouse."
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Bentley Historical Library
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2016-11-22 15:25:39

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