Recollections of Max Born: I. HOW I Became a Physicist

Born, Max
September 1965
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Sep1965, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p3
The article discusses the author experience of how he became a physicist. He grew up in a cultured home with a strongly scientific atmosphere. He and his sister used to visit their father at his laboratory which was full of instruments, microscopes, microtomes and others. He told his experiences together with several notable scientists such as Hermann Weyl and Albert Einstein.


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