Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Berkeley, California 1942-1961
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory was established in the early 1930s at the University of California and was primarily used for radiation operations. In 1942, the laboratory became a multiprogram science lab consisting of the Molecular Foundry, particle accelerator research (cyclotron), and biomedical isotope research. Throughout operations of this worksite, exposure to beryllium was possible due to its use, contamination, and decontamination processes.
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