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|The four codiscoverers of berkelium (Bk, element 97) and californium (Cf, element 98) in Glenn T. Seaborg's office as part of LBL's 25th anniversary of the discovery. Left to right: Kenneth Street, Jr., Stanley G. Thompson, Glenn T. Seaborg, and Albert Ghiorso.||Codiscoverers of einsteinium (Es, element 99, 1952) and fermium (Fm, element 100, 1953) at symposium commemorating the 25th anniversary of their discovery held at the LBL. Left to right (front row): Louise Smith, Sherman Fried, Gary Higgins. Left to right (back row): Albert Ghiorso, Rod Spence, GTS, Paul Fields and John Huizenga.||The codiscoverers of mendelevium at the LBL, on the 25th anniversary of discovery. Left to right: Gregory R. Choppin, GTS, Bernard G. Harvey, and Albert Ghiorso.|
|Mendelevium (Md) party at Larry Blake's: Nelson Garden, Al Ghiorso, Bernard Rossi, Earl Hyde and others at buffet table.||The codiscoverers of nobelium (No, element 102) in the HILAC building, LBL in 1958:Albert Ghiorso, Torbjorn Sikkeland, and John R. Walton. Glenn T. Seaborg is absent.|
Then we went on to the discovery of element 101 in March 1955, and here we are on the 25th anniversary of element 101. The team, Greg Choppin and Bernie Harvey, myself, and Al Ghiorso. Stan Thompson was also a member of that discovery team but he had died in 1976. This photograph was taken on the 25th anniversary in March of 1980. We celebrated that with a sort of a party at the restaurant, and I just wanted to show here the picture of Nelson Garden who did so much for the radiation protection of our group, and Bernie Rossi who was the operator of the cyclotron, as well as Al Ghiorso.
Here are the discoverers of element 102 in 1958, Ghiorso, Torbjorn Sikkeland, and John Walton. I'm a co-discoverer also, but I wasn't there. By that time I had been put up to be Chancellor and I wasn't in the laboratory when this picture was taken.
|The codiscoverers of lawrencium (Lr, element 103), HILAC building, LBL, 1961:Torbjorn Sikkeland, Albert Ghiorso, Almon E. 'Bud' Larsh, Robert M. Latimer.|
Now we come to 103. There we have Torbjorn Sikkeland, Ghiorso, and Almon Larsh and Robert Latimer. This was in 1961.