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Law, Margaret E.
Oral history interview with Margaret Law, 1976 December 13.
Includes discussions on her decision to become an experimental physicist and her training in England up through the Ph.D.; her employment experience as a woman at Harvard and involvement in women in science movement; details of her work with the Bubble Chamber Group and the decline of high energy physics at Harvard after the explosion of the new hydrogen bubble chamber in 1965; start of her teaching and administrative duties at Harvard.
Margaret Elizabeth Law, 1934- ; Experimental High Energy Physics; Director of Physics Laboratory, Harvard University from 1989; Sr. Lecturer, Harvard University Dept. of Physics from 1986; held various other positions at Harvard from 1961.
Law, Margaret E.
Harvard University. Dept. of Physics -- Faculty.
Harvard University. Dept. of Physics -- History.
Particles (Nuclear physics)
Women in science
Women physicists.
Interviews. aat
Oral histories. aat
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Sopka, Katherine Russell interviewer.
American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA