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Rossi, Bruno, 1905-1993

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Personal name headingRossi, Bruno, 1905-1993
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Variant(s)Rossi, Bruno Benedetto, 1905-
Rossi, B. (Bruno), 1905-1993
See alsoEmployer: University of Chicago
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Employer: Cornell University
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Employer: Manhattan Project (U.S.)
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Employer: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Employer: Università€ di Palermo
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Birth date1905-04-13
Death date1993-11-21
Place of birthVenice (Italy)
Place of deathCambridge (Mass.)
Field of activityPhysics Particles (Nuclear physics) Cosmic rays
AffiliationUniversity of Chicago
Cornell University
Manhattan Project (U.S.)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Università€ di Palermo
Profession or occupationPhysicists College teachers
Found inRayons cosmiques, 1935.
LCCN 63-20571: International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi" (1962 : Varenna, Italy). Space exploration and the solar system, 1964 (hdg.: Rossi, Bruno Benedetto, 1905- ; usage: B. Rossi)
New York Times, 11/24/93 (Bruno Rossi, 88, pioneer in cosmic ray research; d. 11/21/93, Cambridge, Mass.)
OCLC, 10 December 2015 (usage: Bruno Rossi, B. Rossi; almost no usage for Bruno Benedetto Rossi or Bruno B. Rossi)
Wikipedia, 10 December 2015 (Bruno Rossi; Bruno Benedetto Rossi; born 13 April 1905 in Venice, Italy; died 21 November 1993 in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Italian experimental physicist; made major contributions in particle physics and cosmic rays; emigrated to United States, became U.S. citizen; researcher at University of Chicago; appointed associate professor at Cornell in 1940; joined the Manhattan Project in 1943 in Los Alamos, New Mexico; appointed professor at MIT in 1946 (retired from MIT in 1970); taught at University of Palermo 1974-1980)
Associated languageeng ita