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Henry Faul was a geologist working on Enrico Fermi's team at the University of Chicago. He was responsible for prospecting uranium ore in Colorado and Utah. He also travelled to Manhattan Project sites at Los Alamos and in Washington, DC. Following the war, Faul continued to work on nuclear projects and participated in the Bikini Atoll test. He received his M.S. from the University of Chicago during the war, and went on to get his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Henry Faul's Timeline
1920 Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia
1935 Moved to the United States to study geology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
19431946 Worked on the Manhattan Project in Chicago, Los Alamos, and Washington DC
1981 Died of leukemia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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