sábado, 21 de diciembre de 2013

La Investigación científica en la segunda guerra mundial

Interesante libro sobre la investigación científica durante la segunda guerra mundial, en algunos países, (en inglés), a continuación la lista de contenidos:
1 The mobilisation of science and science-based technology during the Second World War: A
comparative history
2 To work or not to work in war research? The case of the Italian physicist G. P. S. Occhialini during
World War II
3 Scientific research in the Second World War: The case for Bacinol, Dutch penicillin
4 Preventing theft: The Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory in wartime
5 Electron microscopy in Second World War Delft
6 ‘Splendid isolation’? Aviation medicine in World War II
7 National Socialism, human genetics and eugenics in The Netherlands, 1940–1945
8 The birth of a modern instrument and its development during World War II: Electron microscopy in
Germany from the 1930s to 1945
9 Aerodynamic research at the Nationaal Luchtvaartlaboratorium (NLL) in Amsterdam under
German occupation during World War II
10 Masa Takeuchi and his involvement in the Japanese nuclear weapons research programme
11 The cyclotron and the war: Construction of the 60-inch cyclotron in Japan 191
12 Forging a new discipline: Refl ections on the wartime infrastructure for research and development in
feedback control in the US, the UK, Germany and the USSR
13 British cryptanalysis: The breaking of ‘Fish’ traffic

Aquí una rara foto extraída de la página 25 que muestra a Werner Heisenberg en un entrenamiento antes de la guerra, es el soldado del medio.
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