A Physicist for All Seasons: Part I

@article{Oppenheimer2013APF,
  title={A Physicist for All Seasons: Part I},
  author={F. Oppenheimer},
  journal={Physics in Perspective},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={33-91}
}
The first part of this interview covers Frank Oppenheimer’s childhood, family background, and early education in New York City; his deep lifelong bond to his older brother Robert; his undergraduate years at Johns Hopkins University (1930–1933); his stays at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge, England, and at the University of Florence, Italy (1933–1935); his graduate studies at the California Institute of Technology (1935–1939); his postdoctoral assistantship at Stanford University (1939… Expand

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