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Manuscript Collection

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Donald A. Glaser Papers

 Collection
Identifier:  10285-MS
Scope and Contents The collection is organized as follows: Series 1. Biographical and Personal Series 2. Education Series 3. University of Michigan Series 4. University of California at Berkeley Series 5. Bubble Chamber Series 6. Molecular Biology Series 7. Neuroscience Series 8. Audio-VisualSeries 1: Biographical and Personal Material is divided into ten subseries that cover a range of personal and general public items: Subseries 1: Family material. Subseries 2: Journal entries and notes revealing...

Donald A. Glaser Papers (Caltech and University of California, Berkeley collections)

 Collection
Identifier: temp2017-09-15T14:51
Overview Donald Arthur Glaser (1926–2013) earned his PhD in Physics and Mathematics from the California Institute of Technology in 1950 and won the 1960 Nobel Prize in Physics for his invention of the bubble chamber. He then changed his research focus to molecular biology and went on to co-found Cetus Corporation, the first biotechnology company. In the 1980s he again switched his focus to neurobiology and the visual system. The Donald A. Glaser papers consist of research notes and notebooks,...