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Bruce Cameron Reed is a physicist and a professor at Alma College.

Reed completed his Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Waterloo in Canada in 1984. He joined the faculty of Alma College in 1992. He is an expert in nuclear weapons, the Manhattan Project, and quantum physics. He teaches courses in calculus based mechanics, quantum physics, and the making of the atomic bomb. 

Reed has authored two books on the development of atomic bombs during World War II titled The History and Science of the Manhattan Project and The Physics of the Manhattan Project. He is also the author of Quantum Mechanics


Bruce Cameron Reed's Timeline
1977 Received Bachelor of Science in Physics from University of Waterloo.
1979 Received Masters of Science in Physics from Queen's University.
1984 Received Ph.D. from the University of Waterloo in Physics.
1992 Joined the physics faculty at Alma College.
2009 Elected as a fellow to the American Physical Society.

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