Sessions from the annual meeting of Corporate Associates [sound recording] / 1970 October 5-6.


American Institute of Physics. Corporate Associates. Annual Meeting (1970 : New York, N.Y.). Sessions from the annual meeting of Corporate Associates [sound recording] / 1970 October 5-6.

Sessions from the annual meeting of Corporate Associates [sound recording] / 1970 October 5-6.

Speakers include: P. E. Haggerty, "Science, Technology, and Society;" William D. McElroy, "Crises for Science in Serving Society;" D. Allan Bromley, "Impact of Physics on Society;" Victor Weisskopf, "Fundamental Research -- a Prerequisite;" Hans A. Panofsky, "Application of Physics to Atmospheric Problems;" Marvin Goldberger, "The Training and Utilization of Physicists on Environmental Problems;" Robert G. Shulman, "Quantum Mechanics and Biology;" Cyrus Levinthal, "Digital Computers for the Recording and Display of Nerve Nets;" Ali B. Cambel, "Implication of Increased Energy Demands;" and Donald P. Snowden, "Superdonducting Transmission Lines."

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

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