Office of Human Radiation Experiments

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This website is the result of a project started in 1994 by the Department of Energy's Office of Human Radiation Experiments. The purpose of the group was to research experiments done to test the effects of radiation on humans and to compile documentation (including photographs, oral histories, declassified documents, and audio/visual clips) about the projects, making them available online in a single place. In addition to the different documentation that was cataloged, the group also published a report discussing the process and result of their research.

Creator(s): United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Human Radiation Experiments.
Location(s): United States
Creation Date: November 25, 2009
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Description:

This website is the result of a project started in 1994 by the Department of Energy's Office of Human Radiation Experiments. The purpose of the group was to research experiments done to test the effects of radiation on humans and to compile documentation (including photographs, oral histories, declassified documents, and audio/visual clips) about the projects, making them available online in a single place. In addition to the different documentation that was cataloged, the group also published a report discussing the process and result of their research.

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"This is a DOE Office of Health, Safety and Security, Office of Health and Safety Archived Website."

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Keyword(s): radiation experiments | effects of radiation | human testing | Cold War
Added Title: DOE Openness: Human Radiation Experiments
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