In 1949, GMP and Bell Telephone Laboratories
joined forces to pioneer the first modern automatic lashing machine, the Model B Lasher, establishing the telephone industry's standard in lashing technology.
The Bell Telephone Laboratories
was "unstructured, entrepreneurial, and kept application forever in mind," Baker once remarked.
For example, in 1951 Bell Telephone Laboratories
invited Hollywood film director Frank Capra to produce four television films on scientific subjects.
Lansky, a radio engineer for Bell Telephone Laboratories
Prior to Verizon, Sylvester held positions at Bell Atlantic, AT&T and Bell Telephone Laboratories
While at Bell Telephone Laboratories
, he developed the semiconductor amplifier, or transistor, with two coworkers.
Then, in 1958, a group of scientists at Bell Telephone Laboratories
found that growing a thin layer of silicon dioxide on the surface fulfilled the bonds.
The other key equation, room-temperature laser, was developed just three months later by Bell Telephone Laboratories
The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded jointly to Clinton Joseph Davisson of Bell Telephone Laboratories
in New York City and Sir George Paget Thomson of Great Britain, for their independent "discovery of the interference phenomenon in crystals irradiated by electrons.
Kaufmann was with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California in the Chemistry and Materials Science Department as a Division Leader of Materials, and he was also with the Bell Telephone Laboratories
, Murray Hill, New Jersey as a member of the Radiation Physics Research Department.
Shannon, then at Bell Telephone Laboratories
, who proposed the basic search and evaluation strategies that still underlie the way computers generate chess moves.
In some ways, Lucent's research enterprises echo those of the original Bell Telephone Laboratories