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|Title: ||"I Can Do That!" Hans Bethe's First 60 Years at Cornell|
|Authors: ||Hershey, Edward|
|Keywords: ||Hans Bethe|
|Issue Date: ||1995|
|Publisher: ||Department of Physics, Cornell University|
|Abstract: ||This video provides a brief overview of Hans Bethe's life and career, from his childhood and early career in Germany to his 60 years at Cornell. Colleagues Dale Corson, Robert Wilson, John Bachall, Sylvan Schweber, and Edwin Salpeter reflect on Bethe's role in putting Cornell's Physics Department on the international physics scene, his Nobel Prize, his days at Los Alamos and later anti-weapons stance, his involvement in Cornell politics, and his remarkable productivity that continued well into his 80s.
A streaming video version of this file, designed for high speed networks, is available at http://streaming1.video.cornell.edu:8080/ramgen/bethe/can_do.rm.
Copyright (1995) Department of Physics, Cornell University|
|Description: ||Executive Producer: Edward Hershey, Cornell Communications and Marketing Services
Associate Producer:Robert Rieger|
|Appears in Collections:||Remembering Hans Bethe|
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