Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The collection consists of correspondence, research data, instrument designs, conference papers and reports, talks and lectures, and class materials of Alfred O. C. Nier, University of Minnesota physicist best known for his work in mass spectrometer design, the Manhattan Project, and space science research.
Abstract The collection consists of correspondence, research data, patent drawings, publications, and reports of Edward P. Ney, University of Minnesota physicist and astronomer best known for research in cosmic rays, the solar corona, zodiacal light, infrared astronomy, space photography, and radon gas.
Identifier: uarc 1093
Identifier: CBI 265
Identifier: 912; 1106
Abstract The collection contains the papers of Otto H. Schmitt, professor emeritus of physics and electrical engineering at the University of Minnesota. Materials include professional and personal correspondence, research materials, speeches and presentations, and published and unpublished articles. Schmitt was best known as the founder of the field of biomimetics and his invention of the "Schmitt Trigger" in 1938. He was also heavily involved in research in the field of physiology, held more than 60...
Abstract The collection contains materials on Watt’s inventions: patents, photographs, articles, diagrams, and testimonials. Also included are other miscellaneous photographs.