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He argued that the dangers of radiation from nuclear tests were less than that from chest X-rays, and therefore less important than the risk of having an inadequate nuclear arsenal, but his arguments failed to convince the scientific community or reassure the public.

In 1962, he became the Director of the University of California statewide Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP).

He started the first Environmental Engineering program at UCLA in 1972, and as a member of the California Air Resources Board, he worked to develop and improve California's air pollution standards.

After the war, Libby accepted professorship at the University of Chicago's Institute for Nuclear Studies, where he developed the technique for dating organic compounds using carbon-14.

Urey arranged for Libby to be given leave from the University of California and to join him at Columbia University to work on the Manhattan Project, the wartime project to develop atomic bombs, An atomic bomb required fissile material, and the fissile uranium-235 made up only 0.7 percent of natural uranium.

Although doubts remained, construction work began on the K-25 full-scale production plant in September 1943. Tests began on the machinery at K-25 in April 1944 without a barrier.

Attention turned to a new process developed by Kellex.

In 1950, he became a member of the General Advisory Committee (GAC) of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC).