Biographical entry Bannon, Joseph (1900 - 1959)
- 16 September 1900
- 25 April 1959
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Joseph Bannon was a lecturer in physics at the University of Sydney from 1946-1958.
Born Portarlington, Ireland, 16 September 1900. Died Sydney, 25 April 1959. Educated St Patrick's College, Maynooth, Ireland (BSc 1921) and University of Sydney (DSc 1948). Cancer Research Commission Physicist, University of Sydney 1928-33, Demonstrator in physics, University of Sydney 1937-41, Research Fellow 1942-45, lecturer 1946-58, research physicist (part time) CSIR Radio Research Board 1938-45.
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