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Kistiakowsky
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Kistiakowsky, George B (1900-1982) American chemist, associated with the development of the atomic bomb, and later an advocate of banning nuclear weapons.

George B. Kistiakowsky was a pioneering chemist at Harvard University, associated with the development of the atomic bomb, and later an advocate of banning nuclear weapons. He served as science advisor to President Eisenhower from July 1959 to the end of the administration. He later served on the advisory board to the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency from 1962 to 1969.

Born: 1900.11.18.
Died: 1982.12.01.

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  • Launius, Roger D, NASA Chief Historian, NASA History Office Home Page, Web Address when accessed: here.

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  • Death of George B Kistiakowsky at Cambridge, Middlesex, MA. - . Nation: USA. Related Persons: Kistiakowsky. Summary: American chemist, associated with the development of the atomic bomb, and later an advocate of banning nuclear weapons..

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