Record Group: 4 UW
Record Sub-Group: 60
Records Title: UM-System; President's Office; Research Reactor; Administrative Records, Publications, and Reports
Volume: 11 cubic feet, 13.75 linear feet
Scope and Content NoteThis Sub-Group contains records of the University of Missouri President's Office pertaining to the UM-System Research Reactor (MURR). Included in this Sub-Group are correspondence, general administrative records, reports from the Argonne National Laboratory, MURR annual reports, staff publications, American Nuclear Society (ANS) Reactor Operations Division newsletters, MURR personnel records, ANS committee records, MURR design and construction records, technical specifications, ANS officer election ballots, ANS Reactor Operations Division survey results, pre-operational test procedures, hazard reports (with addenda), and reports concerning "anticipated transients without scram." Correspondence topics include Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) licensing, AEC inspections, MURR construction, MURR administration, MURR-related UM-System committees, interdepartmental cooperation, planning for a nuclear education program, American Nuclear Society Conferences, American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) conferences, ASTM committees, MURR contracts with Gamma Industries, legislative requests for MURR funding, contracts with Nuclear Medicine Incorporated (NMI), and the Ford Research Reactor and Phoenix Lab.
Note to Researcher: For more information on the UM-System Research Reactor, see Series 8, Sub-Group 46 of Record Group 1 C.
The Research Reactor transferred from UM-System to MU in 1989. Records received from the Research Reactor after this date belong to C:10/8 rather than UW:4/70. Research Reactor Annual Reports will continue to be added to UW:4/70/1 however.
Series Descriptions:Series 1. - UW:4/70/1 (A86-54; A86-60; A96-63; A03-70)
This Series contains records of the University of Missouri Research Reactor, (1965-1999). Included in this Series are copies of UM-System Research Reactor (MURR) Annual Reports, (1977-1996), MURR Operations Annual Reports, (1971-1999), MURR Technical Specifications Reports, copies of pre-operational test procedures, hazard summary report addendum, reports concerning "anticipated transients without scram," and a copy of the 1965 "UM Research Reactor Facility Hazards Summary Report: In Support of an Application to the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission for a Class 104 Utilization Facility License."
(3 c.f., 038101, 008585, 008586)
Note to Archivist: Research Reactor Annual Reports should continue to be added to this Series.
Former Series #2 UW:4/70/5
Series 3. - UW:4/70/NP (A93-25)
Series 4. - UW:4/70/NP (A94-14)
Series 5. - UW:4/70/NP (A95-12)
Series 6. - UW:4/70/4 (A07-09)
This Series contains records of the University of Missouri Research Reactor, (1969-1980). Included in the Series are the following paperback publications: Proceedings of American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting on Nuclear Methods in Environmental Research, (08/23-24/1971); Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Nuclear Methods in Environmental Research, (1974); Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Nuclear Methods in Environmental and Energy Research, (10/10-13/1977); Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Nuclear Methods in Environmental and Energy Research, (04/14-17/1980); and Research Reactor Facility Nuclear Science Group Technical Reports, (1969/1970, 1970/1971, 1971/1972).
(1 c.f., 000315)
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