William Bradford Shockley Jr. (February 13, 1910 – August 12, 1989) was an ....
that did not evaporate, commonly used in electrolytic capacitors, and obtained by
..... on to invent the micropr...
William Shockley began the R&D at his laboratory to invent a silicon transistor,
however, he abandoned the project. Several of his employees abandoned ...
William Shockley was born in London to American parents who were in ... out that
"his contributions to physics did not lend scientific credence to his judgments ...
William B. Shockley shared the 1956 Nobel Prize for Physics for the invention of
the transistor, considered one of the greatest breakthroughs in technological ...
By Alaina G. Levine. On December 14, 2006, the American Physical Society
presented a plaque to Bell Laboratories in honor of John Bardeen (1908-1991), ...
Aug 14, 1989 ... William B. Shockley, 79, Creator of Transistor and Theory on Race ... William
Bradford Shockley, who shared a Nobel Prize in physics for his ...
His father, William, was an MIT-trained mining engineer and adventurer, quite ...
Only after his farther died in 1925 and May moved her son to Hollywood did he
have any .... Meanwhile they had needed to invent the same concepts
William Shockley was born in London, England, on 13th February, 1910, the son
of William Hillman Shockley, a mining engineer born in Massachusetts and his ...
At office parties William Shockley would perform magic tricks, pulling red balls,
coins or ... But transistors did more than make life richer for couch potatoes; they ...
William Bradford Shockley 1910-89, American physicist, b. ... As it did for almost
all U.S. physicists, the onset of World War II interrupted Shockley's .... Shockley
continued to invent, patent, and publish at a feverish rate for the next few years.