Biographical entry Higgs, Arthur John (1904 - )
- 6 January 1904
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- Astronomer and Radiophysicist
Arthur Higgs worked at Mount Stromlo Observatory from 1926-1940 before moving to the Division of Radiophysics at CSIR/O, where he worked as a research officer and technical secretary.
Born 6 January 1904. Educated University of Sydney (BSc 1926). Assistant, Mount Stromlo Observatory 1926-40, Research officer, CSIR/O Division of Radiophysics 1940-69, technical secretary 1945-69.
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