What Physicists Do - Archive

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September 24, 1990 Baliunas the Sun, Stars, and Climate: Why Louis Xiv Had Cold Feet
Dr. Sallie Baliunas
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
October 17, 1994 Bangerter Inertial Confinement Fusion
Dr. Roger Bangerter
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
October 5, 2009 Banks the Rich Physics of Nuclear Muon Capture
Dr. Tom Banks
University of California, Berkeley
March 28, 2016 Barclay Nasa's k2 Mission, Extending Kepler's Legacy
Dr. Tom Barclay
NASA Ames
November 18, 2013 Bard the Dark Universe Through Einstein's Lens
Dr. Deborah Bard
SLAC and KIPAC
September 30, 1985 Barnebey Computer-Aided Acoustical Measurements
Dr. Thomas Barnebey
Sonoma State University
November 28, 1977 Barnebey A Pitch About Pitch
Dr. Tom Barnebey
Sonoma State College
November 30, 1976 Barnebey A Physicist Blows His Own Horn
Dr. Tom Barnebey
Sonoma State College
September 24, 1979 Barnebey Auditoriums: The Largest Musical Instruments
Dr. Tom Barnebey
Sound Solutions Acoustical Consulting Services and Sonoma State University
May 8, 1989 Barnebey Soundproofing for Sanity
Dr. Tom Barnebey
Sound Solutions Acoustical Consulting Services
October 28, 1974 barnebey The Not-So-Elementary Particles
Dr. Tom Barnebey
Sonoma State College
February 27, 2006 Barnett Evidence for the Warming of the World’s Oceans
Dr. Tim Barnett
University of California, San Diego
October 15, 2018 Barro Galaxy Evolution
Dr. Guillermo Barro
University Pacific
March 27, 2023 Barsony First Images from JWST
Mary Barsony
April 21, 1980 Bartlett Forgotten Fundamentals Of The Energy Crisis
Dr. Albert A. Bartlett
University of Colorado
October 13, 2008 Barty Making and Using “nuclear” Photons With Lasers
Dr. Chris Barty
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
March 25, 1996 Bashaw Commercializing Holographic Data Storage: Risks and Rewards
Dr. Matthew Bashaw
Stanford University
February 8, 1999 Basri the Hunt for Brown Dwarfs
Dr. Gibor Basri
University of California at Berkeley
October 12, 2009 Basri First Results From the Kepler Mission to Find Earth-Sized Exoplanets
Dr. Gibor Basri, Professor
University of California at Berkeley
October 8, 1990 Basri Observations of Young Suns With Protoplanetary Disks
Dr. Gibor Basri
University of California at Berkeley

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