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  2. Bell Labs (@BellLabs) / Twitter

    Bell Labs @BellLabs As the industrial research lab for @Nokia , Bell Labs innovates with purpose, pursuing technologies that will have a demonstrable impact on society. Murray Hill, NJ Joined February 2009 12.7K Following 32.5K Followers Tweets Tweets & replies Media Pinned Tweet Bell Labs @BellLabs · Feb 26

  3. Bell Labs was an R&D lab on a larger scale and with larger ambitions and with more scientists, not just engineers than had really ever existed before. At the start, it had about 3,000 scientists and engineers. Gennaro [FourWeekMBA]: I think a few key points to highlight to help understand the context and how things evolve.

  4. CONTRAC BLOX - Bell Laboratories

    Kills Rodents in a Single Feeding CONTRAC BLOX is a single-feeding anticoagulant rodenticide containing the active ingredient, Bromadiolone. Unsurpassed in rodent acceptance and control, CONTRAC BLOX is an excellent clean-out and maintenance bait to control mice and rats, including warfarin-resistant Norway rats.

  5. Bell Laboratories Building (Manhattan) - Wikipedia

    Bell Laboratories Building (Manhattan) 463 West Street is a 13-building complex located on the block between West Street, Washington Street, Bank Street, and Bethune Street in Manhattan, New York. It was originally the home of Bell Telephone Laboratories between 1898 and 1966.

  6. This Month in Physics History - American Physical Society

    April 25, 1954: Bell Labs Demonstrates the First Practical Silicon Solar Cell Calvin S. Fuller at work diffusing boron into silicon to create the world's first solar cell Solar cells, which convert sunlight into electrical current, had their beginnings more than a hundred years ago, though early solar cells were too inefficient to be of much use.

  7. Transistor - Innovation at Bell Labs | Britannica

    Bell Labs scientists, engineers, and technicians first had to find ways to make ultrapure germanium and silicon, form large crystals of these elements, dope them with narrow layers of the required impurities, and attach delicate wires to these layers to serve as electrodes.

  8. Schön scandal - Wikipediaön_scandal

    In late 1997, he was hired by Bell Labs, where he worked on electronics in which conventional semiconducting elements (such as silicon) were replaced by crystalline organic (meaning carbon-based) materials. Schön, however, claimed spectacular ability in changing the conductivity of the organic materials, far beyond anything achieved thus far.

  9. Look Inside the Former Bell Labs in Holmdel, NJ - Untapped ...

    The Bell Labs complex in New Jersey is a Modernist marvel with a glass-encased facade and open-atrium. The massive building stretches a quarter of a mile and sits on a 472-acre site. From 1962...

  10. Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. List of Significant ...,_Inc._List...

    Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (BTL) was formed in 1925 and existed until the breakup of the Bell System on January 1, 1984. Only this period of nearly six decades is included here. Innovations and discoveries were chosen to be significant new directions and not just incremental advances.

  11. Bell Labs Fires Star Physicist Found Guilty of Forging Data

    Bell Labs hired Schön as a postdoctoral researcher in 1998 to work with Bertram Batlogg—then Bell's head of solid state physics research—on investigating how electrical charges move through crystals of organic semiconductors. Working with crystal grower Christian Kloc, Schön and Batlogg made rapid progress.

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