Mick Brown (physicist)
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Lawrence Michael "Mick" Brown FRS (born 1936) is a Canadian physicist, known for his pioneering work on the application of transmission electron microscopy to metals, diamond, nuclear materials and semiconductors. He has spent much of his career at the Cavendish Laboratory, which he joined in 1960. He played an important role in establishing the SuperSTEM facility at Daresbury Laboratory.
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