Martin Julian Buerger American mineralogist
Martin Julian Buerger is a 82 years old American mineralogist from Detroit, Michigan. Martin Julian Buerger was born on April 08, 1903 (died on February 26, 1986, he was 82 years old) in Detroit, Michigan.
Birth Place:Detroit, Michigan
Death Date:February 26, 1986 (age 82)
Birth Sign :Aries
Martin Julian Buerger was an American crystallographer. He was a Professor of Mineralogy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He invented the X-ray precession camera for studies in crystallography. Buerger authored twelve textbooks/monographs and over 200 technical articles. He was awarded the Arthur L. Day Medal by the Geological Society of America in 1951. The mineral Buergerite was named for him.
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No, he died on 02/26/1986, 37 years ago. He was 82 years old when he died. He died in Lincoln
Awarded Arthur L. Day Medal in 1950 , awarded Roebling Medal in 1957 ,
He graduated from Massachusetts Institute Of TechnologyWhat was Martin's zodiac sign?
Martin Julian Buerger zodiac sign was aries.
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|AlmaMater||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Award||National Academy of Sciences, Roebling Medal, Arthur L. Day Medal, University of Bern|
|Place of death||Lincoln|
|Member of||American Academy Of Arts And Sciences|
|Doctoral advisor||Waldemar Lindgren|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Date of death||1986-02-26T00:00:00Z|
|Archives at||Massachusetts Institute Of Technology Libraries|
|Doctoral student||Bernhardt Wuensch|
|Place of birth||Detroit|
|Employer||Massachusetts Institute Of Technology|