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Daniel Lasovick

ScientistLos Alamos, NM

Manhattan Project Veteran
Front gate to the Los Alamos compound

Daniel Lasovick was a scientist at Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project. After the war, Lasovick turned down an offer to go to the University of California, Berkeley with the Atomic Energy Commission to enter private industry. There, he worked on developing polyurethane, specifically designing the first tinted urethane in the early 1960s. 

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