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Image: Row 6: Column 3 Keith Gordon Barraclough left Wakefield in 1961 to train as a scientist. Further information on his scientific career can be seen here.

Although Keith has written many scientific publications, the memories of Growing up in 1950s Wakefield is his first non scientific book.

Keith's next book will describe memories of a different kind: how his research team's invention of a method for growing near-perfect silicon single crystals became exploited worldwide in billions of silicon memory chips, key components of computers, mobile phones, digital cameras, memory sticks and memory cards.

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Author (right): With family, 2012
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