University-industry interactions [sound recording]

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University-industry interactions [sound recording]

Speakers include: Betsy Ancker-Johnson, "The Role of Government in Providing Support to Industry and Academic Institutions;" Richard Nelson, "The Role of High Technology in Industrial Growth;" J. Ross Macdonald, "Physics Education for Technological Growth;" William Havens, "New Energy Technology (Based on American Physical Society Energy Study);" and Rudolf Kompfner, "Optical Communication."

2 sound tape reels (3 hrs.) : 1 7/8 ips, analog, mono. ; 7 in.

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American Institute of Physics

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Physicist. High Energy Radiation Section, National Bureau of Standards, 1949-1962; Chief, Radiation Physics Division, 1962-1966; Director, American Institute of Physics, 1966-1986. From the description of The story of the American Institute of Physics, 1967-1987. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 154305950 The American Institute of Physics (AIP) is a not-for-profit membership corporation chartered in New York State in 1931 for the purpose of promoting the advancement and diffus...

Havens, William W. 1920-

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Kompfner, Rudolf, 1909-1977

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Physicist (integrated optics, communications satellites, optical communications) and inventor of the traveling wave tube. Research physicist at Birmingham University (1941-1944), Oxford University's Clarendon Laboratory (1944-1951), Bell Laboratories (1952-1973) and on the faculties of both Stanford and Oxford University (1973-1977). From the description of Papers. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80451929 Professor of Applied Physics at Stanford, 1973-1977, Rudolf Kompfner wa...

Nelson, Richard R.

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Macdonald, J. Ross (James Ross), 1923-

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Physicist (solid state physics). Received DPhil, physics (1950) and DSc (1967) from Oxford University. Research includes: impedance spectroscopy; data analysis; electrolyte double layer; electrochemistry; and condensed matter physics. Professional affiliations include: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Radar and Electronics Laboratory, 1943-1947; Illinois Institute of Technology, Armour Research laboratory, 1950-1952; Argonne National Laboratory, 1952-1953; Texas Instruments Inc., 1953-1974...

Ancker-Johnson, Betsy, 1929-

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