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University of Denver Research Institute, Denver Colorado

 

University of Denver Research

  University of Denver Research Institute is an AWE and Beryllium Vendor site from 1963-1965 and workers are eligible for Part E claims.

The University of Denver Research Institute is listed as a processor of radioactive materials for National Lead of Ohio (Fernald). It appears that the University of Denver handled test quantities of radioactive metal in February 1965.

In 1963, a University of Denver Research Institute researcher (F. Perkins) held an AEC contract for work on intermediate-temperature oxidation of beryllides.

 

  DOE

DOE Legacy Management has a University of Denver Research Institute webpage.

 

DOL

DEEOIC does not have a Site Exposure Matrix for University of Denver and no longer lists statistics for it either.  .

 

NIOSH

University of Denver Research Institute does not have a Special Exposure Cohort.  NIOSH has not developed technical basis documents for University of Denver.  To date, NIOISH has done no dose reconstructions for University of Denver Research Institute.

 

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  • The Wall Street Journal Waste Lands series provides additional information on University of Denver Research Institute
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