What Physicists Do - Archive

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October 19, 2020 Whitaker Bose-Einstein/ Utra-fast Biomechanics
Dr. Dwight Whitaker
Pomona College
February 27, 1984 Wheaton Renaissance Of The Lightquantum
Dr. Bruce R. Wheaton
University of California, Berkeley
October 9, 2023 Westfall The Motions of Stars and Gas in Disk Galaxies
Dr. Kyle Westfall
October 12, 2015 Werner the Beating Hearts of Galaxies
Dr. Norbert Werner
Stanford University
September 17, 1984 Werner The Infrared Universe: Iras Discoveries And The Promise Of Sirtf
Dr. Michael Werner
NASA-Ames Research Center
November 17, 2014 Werk Galactic Flows and Winds
Dr. Jessica Werk
University of California, Santa Cruz
September 9, 2013 Welsch Magnetic Fields on the Sun: All That Stuff From E&M Really Works!
Dr. Brian Welsch
from UC Berkeley
December 5, 1988 Welch the Formation of Massive Stars
Dr. William J. Welch
University of California at Berkeley
October 1, 2001 Weiss Nanotechnology: What Is All the Hype?
Dr. Brock Weiss
Sonoma State University
April 3, 1995 Weiss the Anatomy of a High Energy Particle Detector
Eric Weiss
University of Washington
February 2, 2015 Weir the Martian
Andy Weir
April 10, 2017 Wehner Extreme Weather in a Changing Climate
Dr. Michael Wehner
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
May 5, 2008 Wechsler Lighting Up the Dark: Galaxies as Probes of the Dark Universe
Dr. Risa Wechsler
Stanford University
September 24, 1984 Weber Deep Level Defects In Semiconductors
Dr. Eicke Weber
University of California, Berkeley
November 21, 1988 Weber Electron Paramagnetic Resonance in Solid State Physics
Dr. Eicke R. Weber
University of California at Berkeley
April 17, 1978 Weaver Explosive Events In The Milky Way
Dr. Harold Weaver
University of California, Berkeley
October 12, 2020 Ware Quantum Dynamical Phases of Matter
Dr. Brayden Ware
University of Massachusetts Amherst
March 25, 1985 Wang Semi-Insulating Gaas Material: Physics in Application
Dr. Fau Ching Wang
September 25, 1978 Wampler How Bright Are The Quasars?
Dr. E. Joseph Wampler
Lick Observatory
November 15, 2021 Walter Exploring the Cosmos with Superconducting Detectors
Dr. Alex Walter
Jet Propultion Laboratory (JPL)