Science and War: An Interview with Dr. Lyle Jensen, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (Part Three)
This is the third installment in a six-part interview with Dr. Lyle Jensen. In today’s podcast, CSC’s Casey Luskin interviews Dr. Jensen about his involvement in one of the most important operations of World War II, the Manhattan Project. Jensen explains how he was recruited by the Manhattan Project in 1943, and describes his contributions to the secret program that produced America’s first atomic bombs.
About Dr. Lyle Jensen
Dr. Jensen is a biochemist and pioneer in the field of x-ray crystallography. The American Crystallographic Association recognized Jensen’s work in 1983 with the Fankuchen Memorial Award in X-Ray Crystallography, and again honored him in 2000 with the Martin J. Buerger Award. Dr. Jensen is a long-time scientific skeptic of Neo-Darwinian theory, and has signed the Scientific Dissent from Darwinism. Jensen is Professor (Emeritus) with the Department of Biological Structure and Department of Biochemistry at the University of Washington, and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences .