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Oh Bremsstrahlung! You See Right Through Me

It seemed appropriate to take a look at something that we mentioned a bit last week. If you read last week’s article about Wilhelm Röntgen and thought to yourself “but… 2.057 more words

Hayvan onkologunun röntgen filmlerinden abajurları

Los Angeles’ta yaşayan onkoloji teknisyeni Spike Vain, boş zamanlarını, hastalarının röntgen filmlerinden yaptığı abajurlarla değerlendiriyor. Güzel olduğu kadar ürpertici de görünen bu ilginç tasarımları, aslında Vain’in sanatı. 49 more words


There's Nothing to Say but Alhamdulillah :)

Dengan menuliskan ini di blog, berarti aku mengumumkan kepada seluruh dunia bahwa : semua hasil lab ku di bulan Maret ini baik semua :) :) :) Wow :) Alhamdulillah :) :) So, there will be no more worries…forever and ever. 781 more words


"Eight years involved with the nuclear industry have taught me that when nothing can possibly go wrong and every avenue has been covered, then is the time to buy a house on the next continent"*...

The Yucca Mountain Waste Depository sits empty.  Starting 1983, our electricity bills contained a tiny charge (a tenth of a penny per kilowatt-hour) meant to pay for the storage of nuclear waste until it’s safe– an estimated 10,000 years– at Yucca Mountain.   481 more words

Featured History: Wilhelm Röntgen  

“I didn’t think; I investigated.”

So said Wilhelm Röntgen when asked what he was thinking on November 8, 1895, at the moment he discovered X-rays. His investigations and the resulting paper, “On a New Kind of Rays,” took the world by storm, revolutionized medicine, and earned him the first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901 (1). 761 more words


Contemporary Illustration: A Digital Oasis

Part 5 of 6 in a series of articles chronicling medical illustration from antiquity. 1.607 more words