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Cavendish Laboratory : Photograph of George F.C. Searle

Cavendish Laboratory

<p style='text-align: justify;'>George Frederick Charles Searle joined the Cavendish Laboratory in 1888 and worked there for 55 years. His is most notable research concerned the velocity dependence of electromagnetic mass. He is most famous as a dedicated and brilliant director of undergraduate practical classes for Part I Physics students. He invented many demonstrations on fundamental aspects of basic physics.</p>

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