1.20 cubic ft.
Peter W. Neurath received a B.A. in 'Engineering Physics' (1946) and a M.A. in Physics (1947) from the University of Toronto. Thereupon, he became a Westinghouse Fellow at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburg, where he received his D.Sc. in Physics in 1950. Neurath then worked as scientist in the Transformer Laboratories and in the Materials Research Department at General Electric. During his time at GE, Neurath served as Adjunct Professor in the Physics Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1952-1954. In 1962, he left GE and joined AVCO Research and Development Division as Senior Consulting Scientist. He worked at AVCO as a scientist and biophysicist until 1968.
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