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Bardeen

John. 1908--91, US physicist and electrical engineer, noted for his research on electrical conduction in solids; shared Nobel prize for physics 1956 for research on semiconductors leading to the invention of the transistor; shared Nobel prize for physics 1972 for contributions to the theory of superconductivity
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Bardeen and Brattain worked closely together, with little input from Shockley, to ascertain where Shockley's conception had gone wrong.
Kilby and most of his peers in electronics are gone: Paul Eisler, Albert Hanson, Edwin Armstrong, William Shockley, John Bardeen and Walter Brattain.
Bardeen, a Fermilab theorist who is not part of Russ' collaboration.
BERKSHIRE Just a mile from Bracknell town centre, Bardeen Place from Millgate Homes offers 12 three- and four-bedroom villas and 10 two-bedroom apartments.
Past winners include John Bardeen in 1956 for his research on semiconductors and his discovery of the transistor effect, and Willard Libby in 1960 for his method to use carbon-14 dating for age determination in archeology, geology, geophysics and other branches of science.
Leann Karl and Amy Bardeen, Department of Math Science, Clemson University.
The only others to have received more than one Nobel Prize are Marie Curie (Physics 1903, Chemistry 1911), Linus Pauling (Chemistry 1954, Peace 1962), John Bardeen (Physics 1956, 1972), Frederick Sanger (Chemistry 1958, 1980) and the UN High Commission for Refugees (Peace 1954, 1981).
She favors straightforward designs that go right through to the inside of the pumpkin, a method best suited to the carving tools devised in the mid-1940s by her dad, Paul Bardeen.
Three Americans, William Shockley, John Bardeen, and Walter Houser Brattain received the Nobel Prize in 1956 for their discovery of the transistor effect.
Parish Council member Jo Ann Bardeen called the dismissal a "scandal.
Robertson Davies, Mark Strand, Nadine Gordimer in the arts; John Bardeen, Stephen Jay Gould, and Rosalyn Yallow in the sciences; John Read, Robert Galvin, Irving Brooke Harris in business.
When Bardeen and coworkers discovered the transistor at Bell Labs, they were working at the forefront of solid state physics.