Anthony John Moses

Anthony John Moses (born 12 October 1942, in Newport) is a Welsh scientist, researcher and professor, former director of Wolfson Centre for Magnetics.

Read more about Anthony John Moses:  Education, Further Career, As A Director of The Wolfson Centre, Main Scientific Achievements, Co-operation With Poland, Doctor Honoris Causa, Present Times, Awards and Achievements

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