Published: Jan 1960
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A panel discussion in which all speakers served as panel members concluded the symposium. During this discussion the speakers made a number of additional comments to clarify points raised in their talks and also discussed a number of questions raised from the audience. One point of clarification was made regarding the General Motors training program described in the last paper. A major objective of this program is to train General Motors supervisory personnel in the potentialities of these methods. Thus it is in a somewhat different category from the one-month isotopes handling courses that are available through the Oak Ridge Institute for Nuclear Studies and through several other national laboratories.
Wayne Meinke, W.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich