What Physicists Do - Archive

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November 14, 2016 Vetter Gamma-Ray Vision
Dr. Kai Vetter
UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
March 18, 1985 Victora Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Alloys, Surfaces, and Overlayers
Mr. Randy Victora
University of California, Berkeley
October 21, 1974 villarejo Can Physics Survive In The Modern World?
Dr. Don Villarejo
November 17, 1997 Visco New Cheap and Efficient Fuel Cells
Dr. Steven J. Visco
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
April 15, 2024 Vishik Superconductivity, the Hype, the Reality, and the Experiments
Dr. Inna Vishik
UC Davis
October 18, 1982 Vogel Probing Molecular Clouds With Radio Interferometers
Stuart Vogel
University of California, Berkeley
April 7, 1997 Vogt the Evolution of Galaxies in the Distant Universe
Dr. Nicole P. Vogt
University of California Observatories/Lick Observatory and the University of California, Santa Cruz
February 23, 2009 von der Linden the Light, the Dark, and the Hot Gas: Dissecting Galaxy Clusters
Dr. Anja von der Linden
Stanford University
November 12, 2001 von Meier Physics in Buildings: A Case Study of Ssu’s Environmental Technology Center
Dr. Alexandra von Meier
Sonoma State University
September 25, 2006 Vujic Is It Time to Revive the Nuclear Energy Option?
Dr. Jasmina Vujic
University of California at Berkeley
November 19, 2001 Vuletic Atoms and Photons in a Box: Wave Properties of Laser Cooled Atoms
Dr. Vladan Vuletic
Stanford University
October 21, 1975 wagoner The Evolution Of The Universe
Dr. Robert V. Wagoner
Stanford University
November 10, 1997 Walker Probing the Mysterious Outer Layers of the Solar Atmosphere
Dr. Arthur B.C. Walker II
Stanford University
February 8, 1977 Wall Applications Of Space And Aerial Photography
Sharon Wall
University of California, Berkeley
October 8, 1979 Wall The Physics Of Magic--And Vice Versa
Jesse David Wall
City College of San Francisco
September 12, 1983 Wallace Computer Aided Design Of Microwave Circuits
Holly Wallace
Sonoma State University
November 15, 2021 Walter Exploring the Cosmos with Superconducting Detectors
Dr. Alex Walter
Jet Propultion Laboratory (JPL)
September 25, 1978 Wampler How Bright Are The Quasars?
Dr. E. Joseph Wampler
Lick Observatory
March 25, 1985 Wang Semi-Insulating Gaas Material: Physics in Application
Dr. Fau Ching Wang
October 12, 2020 Ware Quantum Dynamical Phases of Matter
Dr. Brayden Ware
University of Massachusetts Amherst