First, You Explore The Story of Young Charles Townes
Written by Rachel Haynie
Part of the Young Palmetto Books Series
Lovereading4kids Price £17.50In Stock
Delivery time 1-2 weeks
First, You Explore The Story of Young Charles Townes by Rachel HaynieDo exploration. Do things that are new and different.
All of us have been affected by Townes's work, especially his most famous contribution to science: the laser. We're surrounded by lasers, and we may not even realize it: they are in computers, DVD players, atomic clocks, and barcode scanners at the grocery store checkout counter. Doctors, police, astronomers, and even Hollywood filmmakers use lasers regularly in their work. This extraordinary technology was made possible by Townes's hard work and dedication to the new and different, winning him the Nobel Prize in physics in 1964.
This inspirational biography includes a timeline of Charles Townes's major life events and additional biographical information that parents and educators will find useful as teaching tools.
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30th May 2014
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