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Cornelius A. Tobias papers, circa 1963-1974.
BANC MSS 2012/187 carton 1
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Title:

Cornelius A. Tobias papers, circa 1963-1974

Creator/Contributor:

Tobias, Cornelius A., creator

Creator/Contributor:

Todd, Paul.

Abstract:

Contains four binders of materials related to the effects of radiation on the human body. Includes Tobias's original notes and selected chapter drafts for, "Space Radiation Biology and Related Topics" (1974), co-authored with Paul Todd, his lecture notes for a 1963 medical physics class at the University of California, Berkeley, titled "Physics of Biological Systems", and an article on radiation treatement for cancer cells, "Heavy Particles in Cancer Therapy" (1967), also co-authored with Paul Todd. Also includes one pre-publication review copy of "Evaluation of Potential Radiation Hazards in Manned Space Flight Operations" (eventually published as, "Radiological Factors in Manned Space Flight" (1966)).

Date:

1963 (issued)

Subject:

n-us-ca
Tobias, Cornelius A -- Archives
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory -- Faculty
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory -- Faculty
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Donner Laboratory.
University of California, Berkeley. -- Department of Biophysics and Medical Physics -- Faculty
University of California (1868-1952) -- Faculty
Radiation -- Health aspects
Manned space flight -- Effect of radiation on
Space radiobiology
Cancer cells -- Effect of radiation on
Nuclear physicists -- California -- Berkeley
Radiation -- Study and teaching
Radiation -- Research
Medical physics -- Study and teaching
Medical physics -- Research
Hungarian Americans -- California -- Berkeley
College teachers -- California -- Berkeley

Note:

Forms part of the History of science and technology collection.
Cornelius A. Tobias papers, circa 1963-1974, BANC MSS 2012/187, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift ; of Paul Todd ; 20120815.
Cornelius "Toby" Tobias (1918-2000) was born in Hungary and emigrated to the United States in 1939. He was a founding member of the University of California Lawrence Berkeley National Lab's Donner Laboratory and a renowned pioneer in studying the biological effects of cosmic rays and other ionizing radiation. In addition to his position with the Laboratory, he was also a professor of medical physics at UC Berkeley.
In English.

Type:

Faculty papers.
Manuscripts for publication.
Lecture notes.

Physical Description:

print
1 carton (1.25 linear feet)

Language:

English

Identifier:

BANC MSS 2012/187 carton 1

Origin:

California