Prof. Frank Barnes is a distinguished professor at the University of Colorado Boulder. He received his B.S. from Princeton University in electrical engineering in 1954, his M.S. Engineer and Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1955, 1956, and 1958. He joined the University of Colorado in 1959. He was appointed a Distinguished Professor in 1997.
He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2001 and received the Gordon Prize 2004 for innovations in Engineering Education from the National Academy. He is a fellow of IEEE, AAAS, and served as Vice President of IEEE for publication and as Chairman of the Electron Device Society and President of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, and as U.S. Chair of Commission K-International Union of Radio Sciences (URSI). He and his students have built lasers, flash lamps, superconductors, avalanche photodiodes and other electron devices. Recently they have been studying the effects of the weak magnetic field on radical concentrations and changes in the growth rate of cancers and other cells.
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