Selected Other Writings and Publications
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Dissertation: "American science and the Cold War: The rise of the US President's
Science Advisory Committee," Department of History,
discovery of the equivalence of the matrix and wave mechanical theories in
Glenn T. Seaborg with Zuoyue Wang, My Three Presidents: A Memoir of the Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission under Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon.
"James Chadwick" (20th century British nuclear physicist), in Frank N. Magill (ed.), Great Lives from History: British and Commonwealth Series (Pasadena: Salem Press, 1987), 560-564. Co-authored by L. Badash.
"Fang Lizhi," Los Angeles Times, March 10, 1989, II:6, letter to the editor.
Entries for three physicists in American National Biography (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999): "James Brown Fisk," v. 8, 769-770; "William Houston," v. 11, 283-284; "Maria Gertrude Goeppert Mayer," v. 14, 769-770.
“Accused spy” (on the Wen Ho Lee case), letter to the editor, Los Angeles Times, July 17, 2000, B6.
Entries for "Scientific advice to the president" (pp. 451-453), "United States House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology" (132-133), "United States Office of Naval Research" (411-412), in Marc Rothenberg (ed.), The History of Science in the United States: An Encyclopedia (New York: Garland Publishing, 2001).