William Gould Dow

William Gould Dow (September 30, 1895 – October 17, 1999) was an American scientist, educator and inventor.wikipedia
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Environmental Research Institute of Michigan

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During this same period of time, Dow helped start a number of various research laboratories at the University, including the Physics Research Lab, the Space Physics Research Lab, the Plasma Engineering Lab, and the Michigan Aeronautical Research Center (which would eventually become the Willow Run Research Center and eventually the Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, or ERIM).
At the University of Michigan's College of Engineering, Professors William Gould Dow and Emerson W. Conlon approached Wright-Patterson Air Force Base scientists with their proposal to conduct a large-scale research project.

United States

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William Gould Dow (September 30, 1895 – October 17, 1999) was an American scientist, educator and inventor.

Scientist

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William Gould Dow (September 30, 1895 – October 17, 1999) was an American scientist, educator and inventor.

Teacher

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William Gould Dow (September 30, 1895 – October 17, 1999) was an American scientist, educator and inventor.

Inventor

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William Gould Dow (September 30, 1895 – October 17, 1999) was an American scientist, educator and inventor.

Electrical engineering

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He was a pioneer in a variety of fields, including electrical engineering, space research, computer engineering, and nuclear engineering.

Outer space

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He was a pioneer in a variety of fields, including electrical engineering, space research, computer engineering, and nuclear engineering.

Computer engineering

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He was a pioneer in a variety of fields, including electrical engineering, space research, computer engineering, and nuclear engineering.

Nuclear engineering

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He was a pioneer in a variety of fields, including electrical engineering, space research, computer engineering, and nuclear engineering.

Radar jamming and deception

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He helped develop life-saving radar jamming technology during World War II, and was a long-time professor at the University of Michigan.

World War II

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He helped develop life-saving radar jamming technology during World War II, and was a long-time professor at the University of Michigan.

Professor

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He helped develop life-saving radar jamming technology during World War II, and was a long-time professor at the University of Michigan.

University of Michigan

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He helped develop life-saving radar jamming technology during World War II, and was a long-time professor at the University of Michigan.

Faribault, Minnesota

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William Dow was born on September 30, 1895 in Faribault, Minnesota to Dr. James J. Dow and the former Myra Brown, who had had the distinction of being the first two students to graduate from Carleton College just months before their marriage in 1874.

Minnesota

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William Dow was born on September 30, 1895 in Faribault, Minnesota to Dr. James J. Dow and the former Myra Brown, who had had the distinction of being the first two students to graduate from Carleton College just months before their marriage in 1874.

Carleton College

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William Dow was born on September 30, 1895 in Faribault, Minnesota to Dr. James J. Dow and the former Myra Brown, who had had the distinction of being the first two students to graduate from Carleton College just months before their marriage in 1874.

American Revolutionary War

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He was the great-great-grandson of American Revolutionary War veteran Corporal Silas Gould.

University of Minnesota

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He attended the University of Minnesota, obtaining his BS in 1916 and his BSE in EE in 1917.

Bachelor of Science

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He attended the University of Minnesota, obtaining his BS in 1916 and his BSE in EE in 1917.

World War I

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During World War I, Dow was a lieutenant in the US Army Corps of Engineers, with stints at Camp A.A. Humphreys, Virginia (now Fort Belvoir) and the National Bureau of Standards.

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During World War I, Dow was a lieutenant in the US Army Corps of Engineers, with stints at Camp A.A. Humphreys, Virginia (now Fort Belvoir) and the National Bureau of Standards.

United States Army

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During World War I, Dow was a lieutenant in the US Army Corps of Engineers, with stints at Camp A.A. Humphreys, Virginia (now Fort Belvoir) and the National Bureau of Standards.

United States Army Corps of Engineers

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During World War I, Dow was a lieutenant in the US Army Corps of Engineers, with stints at Camp A.A. Humphreys, Virginia (now Fort Belvoir) and the National Bureau of Standards.

Virginia

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During World War I, Dow was a lieutenant in the US Army Corps of Engineers, with stints at Camp A.A. Humphreys, Virginia (now Fort Belvoir) and the National Bureau of Standards.

Fort Belvoir

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During World War I, Dow was a lieutenant in the US Army Corps of Engineers, with stints at Camp A.A. Humphreys, Virginia (now Fort Belvoir) and the National Bureau of Standards.