University of California, Berkeley

Interviewed by: 
Shawn Mullet
Interview date: 
Saturday, 28 July 2001
Location: 
Lomanitz's home, Pahoa, Hawaii

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

Interviewed by: 
Shawn Mullet
Interview date: 
Thursday, 26 July 2001
Location: 
Lomanitz's home, Pahoa, Hawaii

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

Interviewed by: 
Stuart "Bill" Leslie
Interview date: 
Saturday, 22 August 2009
Location: 
McMath-Pierce Solar Telescope, Kitt Peak, Arizona

In this interview William Livingston discusses topics such as: his time and work in astronomy at the Kitt Peak National Observatory and National So

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner and Neil Goldman
Interview date: 
Monday, 21 August 1967
Location: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Fundamental work in developing the cyclotron and other accelerators.

Interviewed by: 
Greg Marlowe
Interview date: 
Monday, 16 April 1979
Location: 
Santa Monica, California

This interview is concerned primarily with two periods in the life of Libby (1927-1940 and 1945-1954).

Interviewed by: 
Greg Marlowe
Interview date: 
Thursday, 12 April 1979
Location: 
Santa Monica, California

This interview is concerned primarily with two periods in the life of Libby (1927-1940 and 1945-1954).

Interviewed by: 
Finn Aaserud
Interview date: 
Sunday, 6 July 1986
Location: 
Santa Barbara, California

B.A. in physics from New York University, 1940; graduate work at University of California at Berkeley; contacts with J.

Interviewed by: 
Paul Edwards
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 2 July 1997
Location: 
Stanford University

In this interview, Chuck Leith discusses his early life and the development of his career as a physicist, a mathematician, and a climate modeler.

Interviewed by: 
David DeVorkin
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 5 December 2007

Interview is a biographical profile of theoretical astrophysicist David Layzer, with emphasis on his career at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for A

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Monday, 27 June 1966
Location: 
Lauritsen's office, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California

Work at Caltech during the 1930s; when the Cockcroft-Walton paper appeared in 1932, he shifted from X-ray work to nuclear work.

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