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True Genius

True Genius

Richard Garwin was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama Called a "true genius" by Enrico Fermi, Richard Garwin has influenced modern life in far-reaching ways, yet he is hardly known outside the physics community. This is the first biography of one of America's great m

ISBN10 : 9781633882249 , ISBN13 : 1633882241

Page Number : 324

True Genius

True Genius

What is genius? Define it. Now think of scientists who embody the concept of genius. Does the name John Bardeen spring to mind? Indeed, have you ever heard of him? Like so much in modern life, immediate name recognition often rests on a cult of personality. We know Einstein, for example, not just fo

ISBN10 : 9780309169547 , ISBN13 : 0309169542

Page Number : 488

The Jasons

The Jasons

The Jasons are a well-guarded group of world-class scientists, briefly outed in the Pentagon Papers during the Vietnam War, who have been meeting every summer since 1960 to tackle classified problems that the Defense Department cannot solve. Among many stunning innovations, they helped invent our el

ISBN10 : 9781101201282 , ISBN13 : 1101201282

Page Number : 336

Einstein And The Quantum

Einstein And The Quantum

Einstein and the Quantum reveals for the first time the full significance of Albert Einstein's contributions to quantum theory. Einstein famously rejected quantum mechanics, observing that God does not play dice. But, in fact, he thought more about the nature of atoms, molecules, and the emission an

ISBN10 : 9780691168562 , ISBN13 : 0691168563

Page Number : 344

Arsenals Of Folly

Arsenals Of Folly

The Pulizer Prize-winning author of The Making of the Atomic Bomb narrates the story of the postwar superpower arms race that culminated in the Reagan-Gorbachev era when the U.S. and Soviet Union came all too close to nuclear war, chronicling the nuclear policies on both sides following World War II

ISBN10 : 9780375713941 , ISBN13 : 0375713948

Page Number : 432

The Idea Factory

The Idea Factory

From its beginnings in the 1920s until its demise in the 1980s, Bell Labs-officially, the research and development wing of AT&T-was the biggest, and arguably the best, laboratory for new ideas in the world. From the transistor to the laser, from digital communications to cellular telephony, it's har

ISBN10 : 9781101561089 , ISBN13 : 1101561084

Page Number : 432

Seventy Years Of Exploration In Oceanography

Seventy Years Of Exploration In Oceanography

It all began with Markus Jochum approaching one of us (HvS) – “when you guys are doing interviews with senior scientists from oceanography and related sciences, why are you not doing Walter Munk?” Indeed, why not? Walter Munk, an icon in oceanography, had just given a wonderful talk in a sympo

ISBN10 : 3642120873 , ISBN13 : 9783642120879

Page Number : 137

At Least Know This

At Least Know This

This primer on essential scientific literacy gives readers the basics to understand themselves and the world around them, plus a glimpse of how much more science has to offer. Science tells us a good deal about who we are, where we come from, the nature of the universe, how our brains work, and much

ISBN10 : 9781633884069 , ISBN13 : 1633884066

Page Number : 384