|Richard Edward (Dick) Taylor,
professor emeritus of physics at Stanford University and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, was an early user of the 2-mile-long
linear accelerator at SLAC and carried out experiments that earned him and his colleagues from MIT the 1990 Nobel Prize in Physics.
A towering figure, both physically and professionally, Dick was an integral part of life at SLAC for decades...
As a way of celebrating and remembering him, we share a collection of "Dick Taylor
Stories," sometimes funny, serious, casual, profound... or somewhere in between.
|From Martin Berndt
I distinctly remember the day Dick interviewed me
for the job of designing ...read more...
|From Cherrill Spencer
I was a lowly postdoc during the four and a half years
|From Louis Fayard
looking at Dick discussing with
|From Bill Atwood
Dick Taylor was definitely "old school" in the ways
Dick Taylor, May 23, 2007 (Diana Rogers, SLAC)
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