- 1995-May-23 – 1995-May-24
Peter S. Kim was born in Atlanta, Georgia, to parents who had emigrated from Korea after the Korean War and were studying at Georgia Institute of Technology. His father was a chemical engineer, his mother a biochemist.…
- Interviewee Kim, Peter S., 1958-
- Interviewer Novak, Steven J.
- Sponsor Pew Charitable Trusts
- Subject Kim, Peter S., 1958-, Chemistry, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Protein folding, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Leucine zippers, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Medical colleges
James S. Murday, at a young age, decided he wanted to be a second Einstein; he wanted to bring important change to the world. In school he always did better in the sciences and math, so he liked them more. He was most…
- Interviewee Murday, James S., 1942-
- Interviewer Mody, Cyrus C. M.
- Sponsor Center for Nanotechnology in Society
- Subject Murday, James S., 1942- , Nuclear magnetic resonance, Solid state physics, Nanoscience, United States. Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.), American Vacuum Society, Nanostructures, United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, National Science and Technology Council (U.S.), National Nanotechnology Initiative (U.S.), University of Southern California
John D. Baldeschwieler begins the interview with a discussion of his family and childhood interests. He was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, on 14 November 1933. He attended a public school in Cranford, New Jersey, before…
- Interviewee Baldeschwieler, John D., 1933-
- Interviewer Daemmrich, Arthur, Brock, David C.
- Subject Science and state, Baldeschwieler, John D., 1933-, United States. Army. Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Cyclotron resonance, Infrared spectroscopy, United States. Commission on Science and Technology, California Institute of Technology, Chemical engineers, Nuclear magnetic resonance
James N. Shoolery begins the interview by discussing his family background and growing up during the Depression. His interest in chemistry began in his childhood and grew further during his undergraduate years at the…
- Genesis of MRI notebook
- 1971-Sep-02 – 1971-Sep-07
Notebook used by Paul C. Lauterbur to document the genesis of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). The notebook is titled, "Spatially Resolved Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Experiments - General Idea and Some Potential…