Brian Schwartz (center) explains the new superconductivity developments to Paul Raeburn

The American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting of 1987 - The 'Woodstock of Physics' was held in New York City. The significance of this meeting was to announce the development of new, high-temperature superconducting materials. In the March 18 sessions papers were given starting at 7:30pm and lasting until 3:15am. Brian Schwartz (Brooklyn College and APS), center, explains the new superconductivity developments to Paul Raeburn of the Associated Press (to Schwartz's right) and, to Schwartz's left, Edward Edelson of the New York Daily News, Phillip Schewe of AIP, and Dietrick Thomson of Science News., Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: The American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting of 1987 - The 'Woodstock of Physics' was held in New York City. The significance of this meeting was to announce the development of new, high-temperature superconducting materials. In the March 18 sessions papers were given starting at 7:30pm and lasting until 3:15am. Brian Schwartz (Brooklyn College and APS), center, explains the new superconductivity developments to Paul Raeburn of the Associated Press (to Schwartz's right) and, to Schwartz's left, Edward Edelson of the New York Daily News, Phillip Schewe of AIP, and Dietrick Thomson of Science News.
Subject(s): Meetings
Conversation
Portraits, Group
Schwartz, Brian B., 1938-
Schewe, Phillip F.
Date Created: March 18-19, 1987
Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Schwartz Brian D1