Born: June 16, 1936 Atlanta, GA
Education: B.S.1957 Duke University, Ph.D Physics 1964 Harvard
Honors: Member, National Academy of Sciences 1998 ; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1996 ; Fellow, American Physical Society 1978
Research: Research focused on the use of precision measurements with lasers and atoms in small-scale experiments that probe basic physics normally explored at large high-energy accelerators.
Employment at University of Washington: 1966-69 Assistant Professor, 1969-73 Associate Professor, 1973-2007 Professor, 2002-2004 Boeing Distinguished Professor of Physcs
Visiting Positions: Visiting Professor Ecole Normale Superieure (Paris) 1997, Derieux Science Lectureship (N. C. State) 1982, Guggenheim Fellowship (Oxford) 1980-81, Rosenthal Lectureship (Columbia) 1978, National Research Council Fellow (Oxford) 1977, German Science Fellow (Bonn) 1965-67
- Tests of Parity and Time-Reversal Symmetry