John Bardeen

John BardeenIn existographies, John Bardeen (1908-1991) (IQ:180|#130) (GPE:42) (EPD|M12) (CR:7) was an American physicist and electrical engineer, a dual Nobel prize recipient, co-inventor of the transistor (1947), noted for []

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The following are quotes by Bardeen:

Science is a field which grows continuously with ever expanding frontiers. Further, it is truly international in scope. Any particular advance has been preceded by the contributions of those from many lands who have set firm foundations for further developments.”
— John Bardeen (c.1960) (Ѻ)

Further reading
● Daitch, Vicki, and Hoddeson, Lillian. (2002). True Genius: the Life and Science of John Bardeen: the Only Winner of Two Nobel Prizes in Physics. Joseph Henry Press.

● Anon. (2010). “Spark of Genius: the Story of John Bardeen at the University of Illinois” (Ѻ), Illinois1867, Aug 26.

External links
John Bardeen – Wikipedia.

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