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  1. A progress report on -- rotary hoe use in tobacco (Information circular / Department of Agricultural Engineering, N.C. Agricultural Experiment Station) by Robert W Wilson, 1951
  2. Pleistocene mammalian fauna from the Carpinteria asphalt (Contributions to palaeontology) by Robert W Wilson, 1933
  3. A Pliocene rodent fauna from Smiths Valley, Nevada (Contributions to palæontology) by Robert W Wilson, 1936
  4. The northeastern forest-inventory data-processing system, (U.S. Forest Service research paper NE-61) by Robert W Wilson, 1967
  5. Recovery of small mammals from the Oligocene of western South Dakota by Robert W Wilson, 1971
  6. Land of promise;: The story of the Pinnaroo Country by Robert W Wilson, 1961
  7. Rodents and lagomorphs of the late tertiary Avawatz fauna, California, (Carnegie Institution of Washington. Publication) by Robert W Wilson, 1939
  8. Factors affecting tobacco cultivation (Tech. bul. / North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station) by Robert W Wilson, 1955
  9. Preliminary study of the fauna of Rampart Cave, Arizona (Contributions to paleontology) by Robert W Wilson, 1942
  10. Silvical characteristics of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) (U.S. Forest Service research paper NE) by Robert W Wilson, 1963
  11. Studies on Cenozoic Vertebrates of Western North America. by Robert W. Wilson, 1980
  12. America 's greatest problem: the Negro by R. W. Shufeldt. by Shufeldt. Robert W. (Robert Wilson). 1850-1934., 1915-01-01
  13. Chapters on the natural history of the United States. by Shufeldt. Robert W. (Robert Wilson). 1850-1934., 1897-01-01
  14. Biographical sketches of some of the early settlers of the city of Chicago : part I by Patterson. Robert W. (Robert Wilson). 1814-1894, 1876-01-01

61. Awards Of Bell-Labs
Radio Astronomy (1978) Arno A. Penzias and robert W. wilson sharedthe nobel Prize in Physics. Penzias and wilson were cited for
Awards Internationally recognized as the world's preeminent industrial research facility and as a center of scientific and engineering excellence, few institutions have had as great an impact on modern society as Bell Laboratories. Bell Labs scientists and engineers have earned thousands of awards. Awards got by Bell Labs people include: 6 Nobel Prizes in Physics shared by 11 scientists
9 U.S. Medals of Science
6 U.S. Medals of Technology
1 Draper Prize
Details on significant awards:
  • Nobel Prizes:
    Eleven researchers have received Nobel Prizes for work done while they were at Bell Labs. The Nobel Prize is the world's most coveted award in intellectual achievement. Categories for awards are physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace and economics. The awards honor Alfred Nobel, the Swedish chemist and philanthropist. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry since 1901.
    • Fractional Quantum Hall Effect (1998)
      Horst Stormer, Robert Laughlin, now at Stanford University, and Daniel Tsui, now at Princeton University, were awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery and explanation of the fractional quantum Hall effect.

62. Nobel Prize For Physics
nobel Prize for Physics. For years not listed, no award was made. 1901. 1978. ArnoA. Penzias and robert W. wilson (both US), for work in cosmic microwave
Nobel Prize for Physics For years not listed, no award was made. Wilhelm K. Roentgen (Germany), for discovery of Roentgen rays Hendrik A. Lorentz and Pieter Zeeman (Netherlands), for work on influence of magnetism upon radiation A. Henri Becquerel (France), for work on spontaneous radioactivity; and Pierre and Marie Curie (France), for study of radiation John Strutt (Lord Rayleigh) (U.K.), for discovery of argon in investigating gas density Philipp Lenard (Germany), for work with cathode rays Sir Joseph Thomson (U.K.), for investigations on passage of electricity through gases Albert A. Michelson (U.S.), for spectroscopic and metrologic investigations Gabriel Lippmann (France), for method of reproducing colors by photography Guglielmo Marconi (Italy) and Ferdinand Braun (Germany), for development of wireless Johannes D. van der Waals (Netherlands), for work with the equation of state for gases and liquids Wilhelm Wien (Germany), for his laws governing the radiation of heat Heike Kamerlingh-Onnes (Netherlands), for work leading to production of liquid helium Max von Laue (Germany), for discovery of diffraction of Roentgen rays passing through crystals

63. ClubCaminantes - Premios Nobel - Fisica, El Club De Los Caminantes
Translate this page PREMIOS nobel, FISICA. 1901-1925 1926-1950 1951-1975 1976-2000. 1976. LaboratoriosBell. Holmdel, NJ, Estados Unidos. wilson, robert W. (Estados Unidos).

Foros Chat Top 10 ... PREMIOS NOBEL
Richter, Burton (Estados Unidos) Por su trabajo pionero en el descubrimiento de un nuevo tipo de particula elemental pesada. Centro del Acelerador Lineal de Stanford. Stanford, CA, Estados Unidos Ting, Samuel C.C. (Estados Unidos) Por su trabajo pionero en el descubrimiento de un nuevo tipo de particula elemental pesada. Instituto de Tecnología de Massachusetts (MIT). Cambridge, MA, USA
Anderson, Philip W. (Estados Unidos) Por sus investigaciones teóricas fundamentales de la estructura electrónica de sistemas magnéticos y desordenados. Laboratorios Bell Telephone. Nurray Hill, NJ, Estados Unidos Mott, Nevill F. Por sus investigaciones teóricas fundamentales de la estructura electrónica de sistemas magneticos y desordenados. Universidad de Cambridge. Cambridge, Gran Bretaña

64. The Alfred B. Nobel Prize Winners: Physics
nobel Prize Winners for Physics. 1977, John H. Van Vleck Philip W. Anderson NevillF 1978, Pyotr Kapitsa Arno Penzias robert wilson, Soviet Union United States
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Nobel Prize Winners for Physics
Chemistry Physiology or Medicine Literature Peace ... Economics Germany Hendrik A. Lorentz
Pieter Zeeman Netherlands
Netherlands Antoine Henri Becquerel Pierre Curie Marie Curie France France Poland-France John W. Strutt Great Britain Philipp E. A. von Lenard Germany Sir Joseph J. Thomson Great Britain Albert A. Michelson United States Gabriel Lippmann France Carl F. Braun Guglielmo Marconi Germany Italy Johannes D. van der Waals Netherlands Wilhelm Wien Germany Nils G. Dalen

65. Nobel.txt
on the occasion of the onehundredth anniversary of the nobel Prize. Medicine, 1982)108.Jody Williams (Peace, 1997) 109.robert W. wilson (Physics, 1978) 110
Statement by Nobel Laureates on the occasion of the one-hundredth anniversary of the Nobel Prize THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS 1.Zhores I. Alferov (Physics, 2000)
2.Sidney Altman (Chemistry, 1989)
3.Philip W. Anderson (Physics, 1977)
4.Oscar Arias Sanchez (Peace, 1987)
5.J. Georg Bednorz (Physics, 1987)
6.Bishop Carlos F. X. Belo (Peace, 1996)
7.Baruj Benacerraf (Physiology/Medicine, 1980)
8.Hans A. Bethe (Physics, 1967)
9.Gerd K. Binnig (Physics, 1986)
10.James W. Black (Physiology/Medicine, 1988)
11.Guenter Blobel (Physiology/Medicine, 1999) 12.Nicolaas Bloembergen (Physics, 1981) 13.Norman E. Borlaug (Peace, 1970) 14.Paul D. Boyer (Chemistry, 1997) 15.Bertram N. Brockhouse (Physics, 1994) 16.Herbert C. Brown (Chemistry, 1979) 17.Georges Charpak (Physics, 1992) 18.Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (Physics, 1997) 19.John W. Cornforth (Chemistry, 1975) 20.Francis H.C. Crick (Physiology/ Medicine, 1962) 21.James W. Cronin (Physics, 1980)

66. Nobel Laureates
the 100th anniversary of the nobel prize, 100 nobel laureates have Physiology/Medicine,1982 Jody Williams, Peace, 1997 robert W. wilson, Physics, 1978 Ahmed
Nobel Laureates Issue Dire Warning Nobel Laureates Issue Dire Warning
OSLO, Norway (OTVNewswire) At the Nobel Peace Prize Centennial Symposium here yesterday celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Nobel prize, 100 Nobel laureates have issued a brief but dire warning of the "profound dangers" facing the world. Their statement predicts that our security depends on immediate environmental and social reform. The following is the text of their statement: THE STATEMENT
The most profound danger to world peace in the coming years will stem not from the irrational acts of states or individuals but from the legitimate demands of the world's dispossessed. Of these poor and disenfranchised, the majority live a marginal existence in equatorial climates. Global warming, not of their making but originating with the wealthy few, will affect their fragile ecologies most. Their situation will be desperate and manifestly unjust. It cannot be expected, therefore, that in all cases they will be content to await the beneficence of the rich. If then we permit the devastating power of modern weaponry to spread through this combustible human landscape, we invite a conflagration that can engulf both rich and poor. The only hope for the future lies in co-operative international action, legitimized by democracy. It is time to turn our backs on the unilateral search for security, in which we seek to shelter behind walls. Instead, we must persist in the quest for united action to counter both global warming and a weaponized world. These twin goals will constitute vital components of stability as we move toward the wider degree of social justice that alone gives hope of peace.

67. Nobel Conference® - Previous Conferences Archive
Peter Medawar Jaroslav Pelikan Irving Stone Edward O. wilson. Future of the MarketEconomy robert Benne Richard Hoyle Stanley L. Jaki Hiliary W. Putnam *Steven
*) denotes participants who are Nobel laureates. 2002 Website 2002 (XXXVIII ) - The Nurture of Nature
Avshalom Caspi
Jerome Kagan
*Eric R. Kandel
Eleanor E. Maccoby
Thomas H. Murray
Robert Plomin
Judith L. Rapoport
2001 Website 2001 (XXXVII) - What is still to be discovered?
*Edmond H. Fischer
*Roald Hoffmann *Sir Harold W. Kroto *Stanley B. Prusiner Erling Norrby Sir John Maddox Comelia Dean 2000 Website 2000 (XXXVI) - Globalization 2000: Economic Prospects and Challenges Jagdish Bhagwati John B. Cobb Jr. Amitai Etzioni *Robert Mundell Jeffrey D. Sachs Michael Sohlman Joseph E. Stiglitz 1999 Website 1999 (XXXV) - Genetics in the New Millennium Bruce Baker Elizabeth Blackburn Lindon Eaves Dean Hamer Leroy Hood Evelyn Fox Keller J. Craig Venter

68. Nobel Laureates' Letter To President Bush
University Torsten N. Wiesel * , The Rockefeller University robert W. wilson * ,HarvardSmithsonian Center for Astrophysics. * nobel Laureate + Corresponding

69. Nobel Laureates: Nuclear Disarmament: Greenpeace USA
robert W. wilson HARVARDSMITHSONIAN, CTR. FOR ASTROPHYSICS 1978 nobel Prizein physics. Chen Ning Yang SUNY, STONY BROOK 1957 nobel Prize in physics.
letter from nobel laureates July 6, 2000 President William Jefferson Clinton
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20502 Dear Mr. President: We urge you not to make the decision to deploy an anti-ballistic missile system during the remaining months of your administration. The system would offer little protection and would do grave harm to this nation's core security interests. We and other independent scientists have long argued that anti-ballistic missile systems, particularly those attempting to intercept reentry vehicles in space, will inevitably lose in an arms race of improvements to offensive missiles. North Korea has taken dramatic steps toward reconciliation with South Korea. Other dangerous states will arise. But what would such a state gain by attacking the United States except its own destruction? While the benefits of the proposed anti-ballistic missile system are dubious, the dangers created by a decision to deploy are clear. It would be difficult to persuade Russia or China that the United States is wasting tens of billions of dollars on an ineffective missile system against small states that are unlikely to launch a missile attack on the U.S. The Russians and Chinese must therefore conclude that the presently planned system is a stage in developing a bigger system directed against them. They may respond by restarting an arms race in ballistic missiles and having missiles in a dangerous "launch-on-warning" mode. Even if the next planned test of the proposed anti-ballistic missile system works as planned, any movement toward deployment would be premature, wasteful and dangerous.

70. The Manila Times Internet Edition | LIFE & TIMES > Nobel Laureates Oppose War Ag
Fortyone American nobel laureates have signed a declaration opposing war with Iraq JosephH. Taylor Jr., Charles H. Townes, Daniel C. Tsui, robert W. wilson.
Home About Us Contact Us Subscribe ... Sports Tuesday, March 11, 2003 SCIENCE Nobel laureates oppose war against Iraq By Belle Dumé Forty-one American Nobel laureates have signed a declaration opposing war with Iraq. The declaration was organized by Walter Kohn, a theoretical physicist at the University of California at Santa Barbara, and former adviser to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency at the Pentagon. The signatories include 19 winners of the physics prize. The declaration reads: “The undersigned oppose a preventive war against Iraq without broad international support. Military operations against Iraq may indeed lead to a relatively swift victory in the short term. But war is characterized by surprise, human loss and unintended consequences. Even with a victory, we believe that the medical, economic, environmental, moral, spiritual, political and legal consequences of an American preventive attack on Iraq would undermine, not protect, US security and standing in the world.” The signatories include Norman Ramsey, who worked on the Manhattan Project, and Charles Townes, a former research director of the Institute for Defense Analyses at the Pentagon. Townes was also chairman of a federal panel that studied nuclear warheads.

71. Poet Biographies
Wilfred wilson Gibson (18781962) A close friend of three times, but was awardedthe nobel Prize for Song An Untitled Protest robert W. Service (1874-1958
Biographies of the featured poets Li Po (Japanese Rihaku) (701-762) Chinese poet, one of the greatest figures of Chinese literature. Li Po (or Li Bai) was born into the minor nobility in what is now Sichuan (Szechwan) Province. After an apprenticeship with a Daoist hermit and a time of wandering, he lived briefly as a poet at the Tang dynasty court in Changan but left as the result of intrigue. Then he returned to a life of Daoist study and carefree reflective wandering, writing poems and enjoying nature and the pleasures of wine, supplied free by the emperor's orders. According to legend, Li Po was drowned while drunkenly leaning from a boat to embrace the Moon's reflection on the water. Poem: "Lament of the Frontier Guard" John Donne (1572 -1631) A noted english poet and essayist, Donne sailed with the Earl of Essex and Sir Walter Raleigh in the naval expeditions against Cadiz in August 1596, where the inspiration for his poem "The Burnt Ship" occurred. Walt Whitman (1819-1892) During the Civil War Whitman ministered to wounded soldiers in Union army hospitals in Washington, D.C. He remained there, working as a government clerk, until 1873, when he suffered a stroke that left him partially paralysed. Poem: "Come up from the fields, Father"

72. Statement By Nobel Laureates On The Occasion Of The One-hundredth Anniversary Of
The attached statement, prepared in consultation with an extensive group of Nobelprizewinners, was some time in the robert W. wilson (Physics, 1978
Statement by Nobel Laureates on the occasion of the one-hundredth anniversary of the Nobel Prize
Introduction Preamble Statement
110 Nobel Prize Winners Look Ahead
On the 100th Anniversary of the Nobel Prize. Dateline Stockholm; December 11, 2001. The attached Statement was released as 150 Nobel Laureates gathered in Stockholm, Sweden, and Oslo, Norway, for an unprecedented celebration marking the 100th Anniversary of the Nobel Prize. (The prize winners in Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature and Economics meet in Stockholm where their prizes were awarded, and, correspondingly, the Peace Prize winners meet in Oslo.) In brief, the Statement warns that the world may explode into war if modern weapons continue to spread, and environmental strains remain unchecked. It stresses that we shall not have enduring peace until we address the twin scourges of poverty and oppression, and calls for a new sense of global responsibility. It hardly need be said that the signatories make no claim to oracular status, but offer their views as a group of concerned citizens.

73. Remarks By Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE) On The CTBT, Oct. 8, 1999.
of Texas, Austin, 1979 nobel Prize; robert W. wilson, HarvardSmithsonian, 1978nobel Prize; Kenneth G. wilson, Ohio State University, 1982 nobel Prize.
Remarks by Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE) on the CTBT Congressional Record - 106 th Congress Jump to: Pages S12262-S12264
and Pages S12293-94
October 8, 1999 Pages S12262-S12264
[Page: S12262] GPO's PDF Mr. BIDEN. Mr. President, I am anxious to respond point by point to my friend. I suggest, to believe his arguments, as the old saying goes, requires the suspension of disbelief. I find them to be well intended but half true. I will be very specific about each one of them, beginning with this notion of the value of deterrence. I find it fascinating, my colleagues talk about these other nations can have a Hiroshima-type bomb and build without testing and that would radically affect our security; yet we cannot rely in the future on our certainty of 6,000 sophisticated nuclear weapons in the stockpile. I urge my friends to read today's New York Times and Washington Post where our allies are apoplectic about the fact my colleagues are going to reject this treaty. The absolute notion that this idea isdon't let them kid you about this debate, folks, anybody watching this. You do not have to be a nuclear scientist to understand. You do not have to be a sophisticated foreign policy specialist to grasp what is at stake. Think of it this way when they tell you the security of our nuclear stockpile is going to become so unreliable over time, that, as Dr. Schlesinger has said and my friend from Arizona has alluded, our enemies are going to know we do not have confidence in it and that is going to embolden them, and our allies such as Germany and Japan are going to go nuclear because they cannot count on us.

74. Forums: Creation Or Evolution: Page 2
Steven Weinberg Thomas H. Weller Eugene P. Wigner Kenneth G. wilson robert W. wilsonRosalyn Yalow Chen Ning Yang My apologies to any nobel Laureate scientists

75. CTBT, Test Ban Treaty Supporters - FCNL
University. nobel Laureates. Philip Taylor, Jr. Daniel C. Tsui Charles TownesSteven Weinberg robert W. wilson Kenneth G. wilson. Former Senior
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
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Date Last Reviewed: Partial List of Prominent Individuals
and National Groups in Support of the CTBT
October 9, 1999 Current and Former Chairman/Vice-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Former Secretaries of Defense Former Secretaries of State Former Secretaries of Energy ... Religious Groups
Current and Former Chairman/Vice-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

General Hugh Shelton, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General John Shalikashvili, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General Colin Powell, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General David Jones, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

76. ÅôÞóéïò Ïäçãüò Ðåñéïäéêþí ôçò ÖõóéêÞò
µe t S?d?a( nobel Foundation) st? site http// ArnoA. Penzias Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation robert W. wilson 1979 1961
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77. The IEE - Famous Scottish Technologists And Scientists - W
Famous Scottish Technologists and Scientists W. WALKER - James. Cloud chamber;investigated atmospheric electricity. nobel prize winner 1927. wilson - robert.
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WALKER - James
Born: 1781, Falkirk
Died: 1862
President, Institution of Civil Engineers, 1834 Constructed bridges including Vauxhall, Blackfriars, and Westminster in London, and Victoria Bridge in Glasgow. Constructed Bishop's Rock lighthouse and worked on harbour and canal improvements throughout Britain.
WALKER - James
Born: 1863
Died: 1935
Prof Chemistry Dundee and Edinburgh Universities Studied under Alexander Crum Brown and worked with William Ramsay. Researched topics including ionisation constants, amphoteric electrolytes and osmotic pressure. Worked on the electrolytic synthesis of dibasic carboxylic acids.
WALLACE - William
Born: 1768, Dysart
Died: 1843
Prof, Mathematics, Edinburgh, 1819 - 1838 Published several mathematical treatises including investigation of formulae for finding the logarithm of trigonometric quantities from another. Inventor of Eidograph - similar to a pantogragh enabling drawings to be copied to a different scale.
WALLACE - William
Born: 1823
Died: 1888
Public Analyst, City of Glasgow

78. Physics - Fizika
PENZIAS, ARNO A., (photo) USA, Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ, b. 1933 (inMunich, Germany);. wilson, robert W., USA,. wilson, robert W., USA,.
The prize was awarded by one half jointly to: BLOEMBERGEN , NICOLAAS, (1)
U.S.A., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA,
b. 1920 (in the Netherlands); SCHAWLOW , ARTHUR L., (2)
U.S.A., Stanford University, Stanford, CA,
b. 1921:
"for their contribution to the development of laser spectroscopy";
and the other half to: SIEGBAHN , KAIM.,
Sweden, Uppsala University, Uppsala,
b. 1918:
"for his contribution to the development of high-resolution electron spectroscopy" A díj egyik felét megosztva kapták: BLOEMBERGEN , NICOLAAS, (1)
U.S.A., Harward Egyetem, Cambridge, MA, 1920- (Hollandia) és SCHAWLOW , ARTHUR L., (2) U.S.A., Stanford Egyetem, Stanford, CA, “tudományos eredményeikért a lézer spektroszkópia fejlesztésében” és a másik felét: SIEGBAHN , KAIM, Svédország, Uppsala Egyetem, Uppsala, “tudományos eredményiért a nagy-felbontású elektronspektroszkópia fejlesztésében” The prize was divided equally between: ANDERSON , PHILIP W., U.S.A., MOTT , Sir NEVILL F., (photo) Great Britain, Cambridge University, Cambridge, b. 1905, d. 1996;

79. Nobel Prizes In Physics
http// nobel PRIZE PHYSICS. YEAR. NAME OF SCIENTISTS. GermanAmerican.radiation. 1978. robert W. wilson. American. radiation. 1979.
Nobel Prizes in Physics
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4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ONTARIO M3J 1P3, CANADA For suggestions, corrections, additional information, and comments please send e-mails to NOBEL PRIZE PHYSICS YEAR NAME OF SCIENTISTS NATIONALITY TYPE OF PHYSICS Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen German radiation Henrik Antoon Lorentz Dutch magnetism, radiation Pieter Zeeman Dutch magnetism, radiation Pierre Curie French radiation Marie Curie French radiation Antoine Henri Becquerel French radiation Lord John William Strutt Rayleigh British gases Philipp Eduard Anton Lenard Hungarian-German cathode rays Sir Joseph John Thomson British gases Albert Abraham Michelson German-American spectroscopy Gabriel Lippmann French optics Guglielmo Marconi Italian telegraphy Carl Ferdinand Braun German telegraphy Johannes Diderik van der Waals Dutch gases Wilhelm Wien German radiation Nils Gustaf Dalen Swedish gases Heike Kamerlingh-Onnes Dutch cryogenics Max von Laue German crystallography Sir William Henry Bragg British crystallography Sir William Lawrence Bragg British crystallography no prize awarded Charles Glover Barkla British radiation Max Planck German quantum theory, radiation

80. Sociedade Da Terra Redonda - Debate
Translate this page Weinberg, Thomas H. Weller, Eugene P. Wigner, Kenneth G. wilson, robert W. wilson,Rosalyn Yalow concordar comigo que não é qualquer um que ganha um nobel.
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