Dr Carl Anderson, Physics Laureate in 1936, explains what a positron is, the discovery of which led to the award of the Nobel Prize.
The Nobel Laureates of 1936 assembled outside their hotel before leaving for the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony in the Stockholm Concert Hall. Shown from right to left are the Physics Nobel Laureates Victor F. Hess and Carl D. Anderson; Chemistry Nobel Laureate Peter Debye; Mrs Loewi and Lady Dale; and Medicine Nobel Laureates Otto Loewi and Sir Henry Dale.
From SF Veckorevy 1936-12-14.
Their work and discoveries range from the Earth’s climate and our sense of touch to efforts to safeguard freedom of expression.
See them all presented here.