Charles Thomson Rees Wilson

1900-1936 Physics University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Charles Thomson Rees Wilson"

(1869 - 1959)
DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1960.0037
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1927 was divided equally between Arthur Holly Compton "for his discovery of the effect named after him" and Charles Thomson Rees Wilson "for his method of making the paths of electrically charged particles visible by condensation of vapour".

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Edwin Roy Watson research assistant 1903-1904 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Debendra Mohan Bose research assistant 1910 Cavendish Lab
P C Ho grad student 1932- Cambridge
W A Macky grad student 1935- Cambridge
Prasantha Chandra Mahalanobis grad student 1915-1915 Cambridge
Philip Ivor Dee grad student 1927 Cambridge
Cecil Frank Powell grad student 1925-1927 Cavendish Lab
Thomas Wilson Wormell grad student 1929 Cambridge
J P Gott grad student 1931-1934
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Butler KL, Chang Y, DeMoya M, et al. (2015) Needs assessment for a focused radiology curriculum in surgical residency: a multicenter study. American Journal of Surgery
Wilson C. (1965) Economy and Society in Late Victorian Britain The Economic History Review. 18: 183-198
Wilson C. (1962) Economics and Politics in the Seventeenth Century The Historical Journal. 5: 80-92
Wilson C. (1960) Dutch Investment In Eighteenth-Century England A Note On Yardsticks The Economic History Review. 12: 434-439
Wilson C, Heaton H. (1949) Economic History of Europe. The Economic Journal. 59: 405
Wilson C. (1943) Anglo-Dutch commerce & finance in the eighteenth century The American Historical Review. 48: 554
Bindoff ST, Wilson C. (1942) Anglo-Dutch Commerce and Finance in the Eighteenth Century. The Economic History Review. 12: 89
Morgan EV, Wilson C. (1942) Anglo-Dutch Commerce and Finance in the Eighteenth Century. The Economic Journal. 52: 76
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