Center for History of Physics and the Niels Bohr Library & Archives - Fall Newsletter

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The Center for History of Physics and the Niels Bohr Library & Archives are pleased to bring you the latest issue of the biannual History Newsletter, which reports on work in the history of the physical sciences carried out at the American Institute of Physics and elsewhere.

This issue's featured articles include:

  • Rutherford—Be Wary of Secondary Sources
  • National History Day 2021: Computers to the Rescue!
  • Featured Oral History Interview —Benjamin Peery, Jr.
  • Acquisitions Spotlight 2020
  • Melba Phillips’s “Studying Physics in the Thirties—a Personal Reflection”
  • In the Sky with Diamonds: Photographs of Physics in the 1960s
  • Inaugural Helleman Fellows Selected
  • The Birth of X-Ray Diffraction: Excerpts from a 1963 Interview with Walter Friedrich
  • History: To the Future!
  • Documentation Preserved

 

Click here to read this issue online: https://www.aip.org/sites/default/files/history/files/newsletter-pdf/v53n2_2021-digital-singles.pdf 

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