Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:
The papers held at Churchill Archives Centre include a small amount of biographical and personal material, public or official correspondence, and material relating to government policy on energy (mainly in the 1980's).
Papers and correspondence of Professor Max Born, his wife and children, and material concerning their family history. Including photographs and artefacts.
The collection held at Churchill Archives Centre includes Kemmer's personal and scientific papers.
This collection of xeroxes comprises mainly letters and rough notes showing the developing history of quantum mechanics.
Rotblat’s personal archive includes working papers, notebooks, correspondence, lectures and photographs and documents his scientific career (including his research in atomic physics at the University of Liverpool and medical physics at St Bartholomew's Hospital) and the Pugwash organisation and conferences. There is a separate section covering Rotblat’s involvement with various societies and organisations. The remainder of the collection is still being catalogued and remains closed.
This collections comprises correspondence; papers relating to awards and honours; wartime documents including copies of the Air Scientific Intelligence reports he wrote during WWII, copies of intelligence reports he received, and captured German documents; papers relating to Jones' research topics and scientific interests; publications; conferences, lectures, and speeches.
Papers comprising working files from the Atomic Energy Research Establishment, at Harwell
The archive covers almost every aspect of Bullard's career, with the exception of his wartime papers, which he destroyed in 1945. The collection comprises: biographical and family materials; extensive collections of working papers relating to Bullard's research and publications; consultancy and committee papers; lecture notes; and a selection of correspondence; and documents relating to Bullard's antiquarian book collecting.
This collection consists mainly of material relating to the development of radar and Eastwood's other scientific work and interests, covering radar, ornithology and defence issues. There are copies of his published works as well as many working papers. There are also personal papers including photographs and diaries plus audio-visual material used by Eastwood for lectures is also included.
Papers comprising laboratory notebooks, articles, lectures, correspondence and photographs.
Also includes records of the Kapitza Club, 1922-58 and 1966, and copy papers of the Maud Committee, 1940-1.
With offprints of papers by Ernest Rutherford, 1872-1913.
Papers relating to the cavity magnetron and to biophysics, including lectures, articles, research notebooks, correspondence, press cuttings, drawings and photographs.
The papers include: scrapbooks on Allibone's career; correspondence; published journals; research publications for Associated Electrical Industries; photographs.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.