William Bradford Shockley Jr was an American physicist and inventor. Shockley
was the ... In 1944, he organized a training program for B-29 bomber pilots to use
new radar bomb sights. ... acting on ...
Apr 2, 2014 ... William B. Shockley shared the 1956 Nobel Prize for Physics for the invention of
the transistor, considered one of the greatest breakthroughs in ...
John Bardeen, William Shockley, Walter Brattain. Invention of the Transistor - Bell
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Apr 7, 2011 ... William B. Shockley, in full William Bradford Shockley (born Feb. ... that ultimately
led to the invention and development of the transistor. During ...
describes history of most important invention of the 20th century: the transistor. ...
William Bradford Shockley clearly was one of the brightest scientists of the 20th ...
Only after William died in 1925 and May moved her son to Hollywood did he ...
Jun 23, 2016 ... William Shockley gained fame and shared a Nobel Prize for his development of
... Only after the war, and after having duplicated his concept, did the ... His work
on the effectiveness of B-29 bombing campaigns enabled the ... Bardeen,
Brattain and Shockley had a falling-out over the credit for the invention.
Apr 5, 2013 ... William Shockley (1910-1989) was a remarkably talented physicist, ... He was the
co-inventor of the transistor, the invention that amplifies and ... not limited to the
field of electronics; he did important work for the United States ...
Oct 25, 2016 ... Historical records matching William B. Shockley, Jr., Nobel Prize in Physics, 1956
... and Walter Houser Brattain, Shockley co-invented the transistor, ... on a droplet
of glycol borate (a viscous chemical that did not evaporate) ...
Executive summary: Co-Inventor of the transistor ... American physicist William
Shockley led the team of scientists that developed the ... Son: William Shockley (b
William Shockley, Stanford professor and winner of the 1956 Nobel Prize in
physics for his co-invention of the transistor, was arguably the single person ...
Not only did Shockley consider his opponents to be modern-day Nazis, he was