Bruno Zimm recalls growing up in Woodstock, New York and the influence of his father's interests in natural science. After briefly reviewing his schooldays and his developing fascination with science, Zimm describes his…
- Interviewee Zimm, Bruno Hasbrouck, 1920-2005
- Interviewer Bohning, James J.
- Subject General Electric Company, Columbia University, Light--Scattering, Zimm, Bruno Hasbrouck, 1920-2005, Chemists--Biography, Doty, Paul M., 1920-2011, Urey, Harold Clayton, 1893-1981, Chemists, and University of California, Berkeley
Charles Reed begins the interview with a discussion of his family background and early education. Reed grew up in Findlay, Ohio, and credits his high school teachers with fostering his interest in the sciences. He…
Allan S. Hay begins the interview with a description of his secondary and undergraduate education in Alberta. After briefly describing his graduate work at the University of Illinois and a summer job at Du Pont, he…
Daniel Fox begins the interview with a discussion of his family background and early education. Fox and his sisters grew up in various parts of Pennsylvania. He credits his high school chemistry teacher with piquing his…
- 1986-May-30 (Second session)
- 1986-May-22 (First session)
Hubert Alyea was an internationally known popularizer of chemistry. His public demonstrations and academic lectures won him numerous awards and imparted the beauty of chemistry to his students and interested laypeople…
- Interviewee Alyea, Hubert N. (Hubert Newcombe), 1903-
- Interviewer Sturchio, Jeffrey L. (Jeffrey Louis), 1952- and Doel, Ronald E.
- Subject Princeton University, People with disabilities, General Electric Company, Scientists with disabilities, Alyea, Hubert N. (Hubert Newcombe), 1903-, Chemists--Biography, Poliomyelitis, and Poliomyelitis--Patients
- circa 1950
Issued in the denomination of ten, this green-printed note is styled after a banknote including the General Electric Company logo as well as a vignette of the Chemical Department located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
The invention disclosure documents some of James C. Sternberg's early work for Beckman Instruments. Irwin H. Krull, Robert L. Litle witnessed the disclosure, which lists Charles J. Kring as a co-inventor.
This warning device used an oxygen sensor to monitor the breathing system in F-4 aircraft. It was developed for General Electric under contract 810-2050.