By Hideki Yukawa,L M Brown,R Yoshida
This is Yukawa's autobiography of his early years, written in jap while he was once fifty years outdated. It describes his relatives historical past and the schooling and event, either social and highbrow, that helped to shape his personality and direct his profession. specifically necessary to the historian of technological know-how are his discussions of clinical relationships along with his colleague Sin-Itiro Tomonaga, together with his instructor Yoshio Nishina, and along with his scholars (who later turned his collaborators): Sakata, Taketani, and Kobayashi. the tale ends with the writing of his first clinical paper in English, being the delivery of the meson idea of nuclear forces.
Also integrated are the unique paper of the meson idea through Prof H Yukawa and an creation by way of Prof L M Brown.
By Spike Nasmyth
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By George Beahm,G. Beahm,I. Katerinov
By Mikael Hörnqvist
By Jacqueline Stedall
By Deborah R. Coen
Vienna within the Age of Uncertainty strains the important and sundry roles of technology during the tale of 3 generations of the eminent Exner relatives, whose participants integrated Nobel Prize–winning biologist Karl Frisch, the academics of Freud and of physicist Erwin Schrödinger, artists of the Vienna Secession, and a pace-setter of Vienna’s women’s circulation. education her serious eye at the Exners during the upward push and fall of Austrian liberalism and into the increase of the 3rd Reich, Deborah R. Coen demonstrates the interdependence of the family’s medical and household lives, exploring the ways that public notions of rationality, objectivity, and autonomy have been shaped within the inner most sphere. Vienna within the Age of Uncertainty provides the tale of the Exners as a microcosm of the bigger achievements and tragedies of Austrian political and medical lifestyles within the past due 19th and early 20th centuries.
By Kyle William Loshure
By Arild Stubhaug,R.H. Daly
By Stephen Hawking,Tullio Cannillo