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Harvey L. Curtis, former chief of the Inductance and Capacitance Section in the Electricity Division of the National Bureau of Standards, died on April 17th in Washington, D.C. He was eighty years old.
On the floor of my office at Haverford College there is painted in several colors a precision sun dial which, after the manner of Topsy, “just growed”. It all started in a casual way, but as it has developed for more than two years, it has become increasingly interesting. From it, my students...
Irene Joliot‐Curie,; former French atomic energy commissioner and director of the Radium Institute in Paris, died in that city on March 17th at the age of 58.
The January 1956 “25th Anniversary Issue” of A ; Physics Today contains articles reviewing what the American Institute of Physics is, relating its history, and presenting statistics about its membership. Reference is made to that issue for such background information. It is timely, however,...
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