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07/06/1900 American engineer Frederick Terman is born

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Fred Terman Interview, 1969

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Portrait of a pioneer: Fred Terman (1984)

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The Real Revolutionaries - The Story of 'Silicon Valley'

Together with William Shockley, he is considered a father of Silicon Valley. In 1951 he suggested the creation of Stanford Research Park, whereby the University leased portions of its land to high-tech firms. The park later evolved to the Silicon Valley. Terman also invented radar countermeasures during WW II.
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