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Stuart Thomas Butler interviewed by Hazel de Berg in the Hazel de Berg collection [sound recording]
Bib ID 2147179
Format AudioAudio, OnlineOnline [sound recording]
Author
Butler, S. T. (Stuart Thomas), Interviewee
 
Online Versions
Access Conditions Access open for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 1972 Apr. 24 
1 sound tape reel (ca. 54 min.) 
Series

Hazel de Berg collection ; DeB 594

Summary

Professor Butler speaks of his studies in physics; his academic career; working on his PhD in nuclear physics at Birmingham; working at Cornell University (USA) as a research associate (1951); his return to Australia; his work in the field of nuclear reaction theory; his interest in the field of liquid helium; science writing and his thoughts on the communication of science to the general public; his work at Sydney University in theoritical physics.

Notes

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-214644865

Index/Finding Aid Note Transcript available (19 p.) 
Subjects Butler, S. T. (Stuart Thomas) -- Interviews.  |  Authors, Australian -- Interviews.  |  Physicists -- Australia -- Interviews.
Other authors/contributors De Berg, Hazel, 1913-1984, Interviewer

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