High energy physics session [sound recording] / 1964 April 30.


High energy physics session [sound recording] / 1964 April 30.

Speakers include: Murray Gell-Mann, "Particles and Principles;" L.M. Lederman, Observations in High-Energy Physics;" L. J. Laslett, "Problems and Advances in High-Energy-Accelerator Design;" and a panel discussion on high energy physics. Panel members include: Maurice Goldhaber, Leo Goldwasser, A.M. Weinberg, Cen Ning Yang, Owen Chamberalin, G. E. Pake, Val Fitch.

2 sound tape reels : 3 3/4 ips, analog, mono. ; 7 in.


SNAC Resource ID: 8225764

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Specialty: Physics and education. Field of work: science and technology. Work location: Physics Department at the University of Chicago, National Academy of Sciences, European Center for Nuclear Research, Academy of Math and Science, Chicago, Guggenheim Foundation, etc. Published work: books, articles, and scientific communications. From the description of Personal dossier. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78491315 ...

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American Physical Society. Annual Meeting (1964 : Washington, D.C.)

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