Early years in Vienna; emigration to Sydney, Australia as refugee; training there in theoretical physics, to 1946.
Aspects of Peierls life and work in theoretical physics.
<p>Then, the project finally got authorized in 1961 — but again after a rather amusing set of coincidences.
Family background and childhood in Germany, 1919-1934; emigration to U.S. and undergraduate study and life at Princeton University, 1934-1938.
Early interest in radio; Carnegie Institute of Technology's physics department, 1932-1936; first department research program; summer research exper
This interview focuses upon Robinson's role in helping to found and then run the High Voltage Engineering Co., Burlington, Mass.
Reminiscences of studies at University of Cambridge and of the 1851 Exhibition Science Scholarship from 1927.