In this interview Ray Kidder discusses topics such as: Atomic Energy Commission; Lawrence Livermore Laboratory; California Institute of Technology
Second session deals mainly with science policy and science advising in the United States and Europe after World War II.
Korean war spurs formation of study group at Princeton University (John A. Wheeler) for military research, 1951.
Discusses his early career and his relationship with Oppenheimer, his work at Los Alamos on the atomic bomb, and later, the development of the hydr
Rosenbluth discusses his participation in the development and testing of hydrogen weapons, as well as the historical/political context within which
Mark's recollections of hydrogen bomb development in 1950-1952 as it relates to John Wheeler.
Focused interview deals with Garwin's childhood and schooling at Case and University of Chicago; his time at Chicago and interaction with Fermi.
This interview with A. G. W. Cameron focuses on selected aspects of Cameron's research including nucleosynthesis and use of computers in research.
Interview about Egon Bretscher with his wife. Joins Ernest Rutherford at University of Cambridge in 1934.