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Canadian physicist who bounced neutron beams off of atomic nuclei to study the structure of matter (1918-2003)

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Sometimes it just comes down to the ability to get things done, and when it comes to a Republican-controlled Legislature, Delicia has just head-and-shoulders above anybody else been able to prove that in the past," Brockhouse said.
Specialists from Jaguar Land Rover and Brockhouse Group will be helping to make the event a success.
Using properties in a crystal composed of uranium, ruthenium and silicon- synthesized by doctoral candidate Travis Williams and staff member Jim Garrett in Luke's group using the facilities of the Centre for Crystal Growth at McMaster's Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research - the effects of heavy fermions began to appear as the material was cooled below 55 Kelvin (-218 degree C).
Bertram Brockhouse (1918-2003), for example, working at Chalk River between 1950 and 1962, eventually was co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for his research on the scattering of neutrons as a probe of nuclear structure and magnetic order.
Brockhouse Group Ltd specialises in forged-steel components focusing on small-batch, large-weight production such as gear shafts and mining flight bars for customer markets as diverse as off-road, defence, mining equipment, fluid power and rail industries.
West Bromwich West MP Adrian Bailey joined MAS-WM chief executive Simon Griffiths at Brockhouse Group Limited's Howard Street works in West Bromwich to find out how the support enabled the company to control energy costs.
In addition, Stellican Limited is a British private equity firm and even though they have established manufacturing in North Carolina, biker purists will certainly recall Indian's checkered history when the British private equity firm, Brockhouse Limited, purchased rights to the Indian name and simply rebranded its Royal Enfield bikes as Indian Motorcycles during the 1955-1985 era.
Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, L8S 4Ml, Canada
Standing in front of Reagan's grave, Carol Brockhouse of Newport Beach said Reagan's death leaves a void.
Carmarthenshire-based Brockhouse Modernfold was to make and install sliding partitions.
Bredon, Barr, Bryn Mawr, Creech, Pendle; for 'deep valley' as in Duncombe, Holcombe, Winchcombe, for 'high rock' as in Torr, Torcross, Torhill, for 'brook' as in Pylle, Huntspill, for 'badger' as in Brockholes, Brockhall, Brockhouse.
In fact, the only glitch in the Brockhouse family's new life is that Gary, a plumber, hasn't been able to get a job yet because he's waiting for a work visa.
Brockhouse of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, worked at the Chalk River (Ontario) Nuclear Laboratories, concentrating on neutron spectroscopy.
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Blais' and Smol's collaboration was honoured earlier this year by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council's Brockhouse Canada Prize for Interdisciplinary Research in Science and Engineering.