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Vignettes of Early Radiation Workers (1978)

Vignettes of early radiation workers with John G. Trump, DSc Professor of electrical engineering MIT. Moderated by Lauriston S. Taylor. In his video series “Vignettes of Early Radiation Workers” Taylor interviews pioneers on topics in “fields that have impinged on the applications of ionizing radiation to diagnostic and therapeutic radiology “; Trump has been involved in the “development of high-voltage radiation producing machines making them available for research applications such as medicine”. Production date: 08/29/1978 (T 6165)

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