Family background; education at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institution, New York University (Richard Courant); works as engineer at Republic Aviation whi
Korean war spurs formation of study group at Princeton University (John A. Wheeler) for military research, 1951.
Maser research at Hughes Research Laboratories.
Born in London 1910; Childhood in Palo Alto, California; undergraduate at UCLA, Caltech, graduate school MIT (Slater, thesis advisor); 1936 to Bell
Family life and early childhood environment; undergraduate studies at Case School for Applied Sciences, 1925-1929; M.S., 1933; influence of Dayton
Family life and early childhood environment; undergraduate studies at Case School for Applied Sciences (1925-29), M.S. 1933, influence of D.C.
Topics discussed include: Raymond Sears' family background; early interests in science; his work at Bell Telephone Laboratories; surface physics; W
Bell Laboratories research during 1956 leading to the operation of the first 3-level solid-state maser in Dec. 1956.
Family and educational background, University of Gottingen (1947-1954), attending a lecture by Werner Heisenberg; reasons for his career in physics
Early education and exposure to field; attends Duke University; graduate work at California Institute of Technology; Caltech environment; work with