By: Saebrynne and Hailey
Where he worked...
- He started his research in a university between the ages of 17 and 19.
- At 19 he continued his research at Ernest Rutherford's laboratory.
- He continued his project after graduation in 1911 when he graduated with first class honors.
- His work in Rutherford's laboratory continued until the age of 21
- After that he had won a scholarship allowing him to go to Berlin, Germany to work in Hans Geiger’s laboratory