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- Albert Rowe: Albert Percival Rowe, CBE, often known as Jimmy Rowe or A. P. Rowe, was a radar pioneer and university vice-chancellor. A British physicist and senior research administrator, he played a major role in the development of radar before and during World War II.
- born on (117 years ago) in Launceston
- profession: Physicist
- died in (39 years ago)
- Albert Rowe: Albert Edward Rowe was an Australian politician. He won the seat of Parramatta for the Australian Labor Party in 1929, but was defeated by Frederick Stewart in 1931.
- born in (143 years ago)
- nationality: Australia
- profession: Politician
- died on (60 years ago)
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As far back as 1930, pioneering allergist Albert Rowe began noticing that anxiety and fatigue were key features of food allergies.13 Originally Rowe described a syndrome known as “allergic toxemia,” which included symptoms such as anxiety ...
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