A rapporteur talk, delivered in August 1975, at the Stanford International Particle Physics conference, in which, for the first time ever, the full synthesis accepted today as “the standard model” of six quarks and six leptons has been presented. The short relevant section which presents the model is linked here, followed by the full talk, which includes discussions of several other topics.
This is a lecture delivered to a general audience at Stanford, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC). It covers many significant developments in the field of Particle Physics during the years 1962-2002, with an emphasis on the 1970s when SLAC was at center stage.
Invited talk at the symposium on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Upsilon (b-quark), Fermilab, July (1987).
A video of a lecture given in 2000 (still with a Viewgraph) in a conference in honor of Burton Richter's departure from his directorship of SLAC.
A lecture given on January 28, 2018, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Israeli joint seminar in High Energy Physics. Weizmann Institute of Science.