Harold Urey Address, Dedication of Strong Hall, 1958
Dr. Harold Urey was an American physical chemist whose work on isotopes earnd him the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1943 for the discovery of deuterium. Here, Urey dedicates the newly-built Strong Hall on the campus of Eastern Michigan University by linking the growth and success of science to the national psyche. Urey explains how the popularity -and unpopularity- of science leads to a decline in science education.
Harold Urey, Eastern Michigan University, Strong Hall, Sputnik
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Urey, Harold, "Harold Urey Address, Dedication of Strong Hall, 1958" (1958). Speeches. 20.