What Physicists Do - Archive

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April 3, 2006 Brownlee Stardust: Catching a Comet and Bringing a Bit of It Home
Dr. Donald Brownlee
University of Washington
February 26, 1996 Bryson Virtual Environments and Scientific Visualization
Steve Bryson
NASA Ames Research Center
May 2, 1983 Bube Fundamentals Of Solar Cells
Dr. Richard H. Bube
Stanford University
March 21, 2011 Bucksbaum the Ultrafast Quantum World of Atoms and Molecules
Dr. Philip H. Bucksbaum
Stanford University
March 23, 1976 budnitz Reactor Safety: The American Physical Society Study
Dr. Robert Budnitz
UC Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
October 9, 1978 Buffington A Balloon-Borne Cosmic Ray Beryllium Isotope Experiment
Dr. Andrew Buffington
University of California Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
March 17, 2003 Bustamante Grabbing the Cat by the Tail
Dr. Carlos Bustamante
University of California at Berkeley
November 15, 1999 Buzasi Stellar Seismology Using a Recycled Spacecraft
Dr. Derek Buzasi
University of California, Berkeley
October 16, 1978 Byer Remote Air Pollution Measurements Using Lasers
Dr. Robert L. Byer
Stanford University
November 28, 1983 Cabral Space Shuttle And Secondary Payloads
William F. Cabral
Martin Marietta
March 27, 2000 Cabrera the Search for Wimps
Dr. Blas Cabrera
Stanford University
October 19, 1976 cahill Evidence For Superheavy Elements In Ancient Rocks
Dr. Thomas A. Cahill
University of California, Davis
February 12, 1990 Cahn the Superconducting Super Collider
Dr. Robert Cahn
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
November 16, 1981 Cairns Advanced Batteries: A Step Toward Energy Independence
Dr. Elton J. Cairns
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and the University of California, Berkeley
October 3, 2022 Callori Layer by Layer: Adventures in Thin Films
Sara Callori
CSU San Bernardino
May 11, 1981 Calvin Solar Energy Capture And Storage By Water Splitting
Dr. Melvin Calvin
University of California, Berkeley
April 15, 2002 cancelled Lecture Cancelled
September 17, 2001 CANCELLED Lecture Cancelled
April 11, 1994 Cantor Squid Magnetometry
Dr. Robin Cantor
Conductus, Inc. will discuss applications of Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices (SQUIDs) in such magnetic field-sensing applications as biomagnetism, geophysics, and laboratory instrumentation.
September 9, 2002 Cap Famous Physicists I Have Known
Dr. Ferdinand Cap
University of Innsbruck