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2010 David J. Rose Lecture in Nuclear Technology

Dr. John Holdren ’65 SM ’66 delivers the 2010 Rose Lecture on the Energy / Climate-Change Challenge and the Role of Nuclear Energy in Meeting It.

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I was a member of David Rose’s fusion group in Building 20 from 1963 through 1965. David was my thesis advisor for both my S.B. and S.M. theses. What I most appreciated about David and the most important lesson I learned from him was his enormous curiosity about and almost child like wonder at everything in the natural world. His enthusiasm for scientific discovery was truly infectious to all of his students.

Posted 4 years by stephen.a.evans@alum.mit.edu

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