Topics include: growing up in Oklahoma and receiving his bachelor's degree from the University of Oklahoma in the spring of 1940; enrollment in the
In this interview William Livingston discusses topics such as: his time and work in astronomy at the Kitt Peak National Observatory and National So
Fundamental work in developing the cyclotron and other accelerators.
This interview is concerned primarily with two periods in the life of Libby (1927-1940 and 1945-1954).
B.A. in physics from New York University, 1940; graduate work at University of California at Berkeley; contacts with J.
In this interview, Chuck Leith discusses his early life and the development of his career as a physicist, a mathematician, and a climate modeler.
Interview is a biographical profile of theoretical astrophysicist David Layzer, with emphasis on his career at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for A
Work at Caltech during the 1930s; when the Cockcroft-Walton paper appeared in 1932, he shifted from X-ray work to nuclear work.