Family background. Born 1913; school and university in Rochester, New York. Undergraduate chemistry major; Ph.D.
Discusses his education and career; research on the effects of nuclear weapons explosions; JASON; the MIT Radiation Laboratory, 1942-1946; Los Alam
Fundamental work in developing the cyclotron and other accelerators.
Research career, and important contributions to TV and fluorescent lighting and subsequent transition to management which culminated in a stint as
Hill's connections with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory during World War II.
Interview discuss John S.
Recollection of the work done on semiconductors at Purdue University after World War II.
Deals mainly with DuBridge's professional affiliations starting before World War II as member of National Research Council (NRC).
Comments on parents and teachers; schooling in Rochester; studies at University of Rochester and at Princeton University with comments on faculty a
World War II work at the MIT Radiation Laboratory. Early postwar years at Princeton University.