John N. Howard
It’s a tale of international intrigue that includes the outbreak of war, a special arrangement with the Vatican, Soviet scientists in the Cold-War era, and the birth of a publishing empire. Read on to learn about the surprisingly colorful history of several post-war European optics journals—and the other important Maxwell in optics.
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Publish Date: 01 May 2007
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