Google Doodle 06/05/2010: Dennis Gabor 110th Birthday – The Google Doodle of today’s Saturday, the 05th June 2010 is devoted to the Hungarian physicist Dennis Gabor, who would turn 110 today.

Gabor was born on June 5th in 1900 in Budapest and since 1949, he joined the Imperial College of Science and Technology in London, where he became Professor of Applied Electron Physics in 1958.

In 1971, probably the biggest moment of his life, Dennis Gabor received the Nobel Prize in physics for his invention and development of the holographic method.

On 08/02/1979 Denis Gabor died after 79 years of living in London, as occupying a respectable number of more than 100 patents.

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