Felix Bloch (23 October 1905 – 10 September 1983) was a Swiss-American physicist and Nobel physics laureate who worked mainly in the U.S. He and Edward Mills Purcell were awarded the 1952 Nobel Prize for Physics for "their development of new ways and methods for nuclear magnetic precision measurements."
Felix Bloch, (born Oct. 23, 1905, Zürich, Switz.—died Sept. 10, 1983, Zürich), Swiss-born American physicist who shared (with E.M. Purcell) the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1952 for developing the nuclear magnetic resonance method of measuring the magnetic field of atomic nuclei.
Felix Bloch Biographical . F elix Bloch was born in Zurich, Switzerland, on October 23, 1905, as the son of Gustav Bloch and Agnes Bloch (née Mayer). From 1912 to 1918 he attended the public primary school and subsequently the “Gymnasium” of the Canton of Zurich, which he left in the fall of 1924 after having passed the “Matura”, i.e ...
Felix Bloch (born July 19, 1935) is a former director of European and Canadian Affairs in the United States Department of State. He is known for his connection to the Robert Hanssen espionage case.
Felix Bloch. The Nobel Prize in Physics 1952. Born: 23 October 1905, Zurich, Switzerland. Died: 10 September 1983, Zurich, Switzerland. Affiliation at the time of the award: Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
Felix Bloch Stanford's first Nobel Prize, namesake of the original and new Bloch Lecture Hall, Hewlett room 201. Born 1905, joined Stanford faculty 1934, emeritus 1971. Served for one year as the first Director-General of CERN in Geneva, 1954. A founding sponsor of the Stanford Ski Club, 1934.
Sep 6, 2019 · Felix Bloch, former Chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Vienna, was one of the highest ranking Foreign Service Officers ever to be suspected of espionage. He later claimed that the encounter was an innocent exchange of postage stamps between two fellow collectors.