International Science and Technology Journal interviews, 1962-1967.

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Aigrain, P. (Pierre). International Science and Technology Journal interviews, 1962-1967.

International Science and Technology Journal interviews, 1962-1967.

Consists of edited transcripts of twenty-four interviews and 56 sound reels of 54 interviews conducted for the periodical, INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, between 1962 and 1967, and some reprints of its articles. Among the interviewees are: Pierre Aigrain, Richard Courant, Richard H. Crossman, Peter Debye, Henry Heald, Michael Higatsberger, Jesse Hobson, Donald Hornig, Ken Jarmelow, Augustus B. Kinzel, George Kistiakowsky, I.G. Petrovskii, Robert Preusser, Roger Revelle, Abdus Salam, Cyril S. Smith, C.P. Snow, Charles H. Townes, Albert Szent-Györgyi, F.C. Williams, and Robert R. Wilson. Also includes transcripts of group discussions on technical innovations in the Soviet Union, the brain drain of British scientists, and other topics.

24 transcripts.56 5 in. open reels : analog ; 1/4 inch; 1 7/8 ips.1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. (Bhabha, Homi Jehangir)

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