Hertha Ayrton studied mathematics at the Cambridge Uni but was not eligible for a degree because of her gender. In 1885 she married physicist William Ayrton & assisted in his experiments on electricity. Her own work on arc lamps was used to improve aircraft searchlights in both world wars. She was the first woman to join the British Institute of Electrical Engineers. She was also the first woman to read a paper in person to the Royal Society, but was refused a fellowship because she was…
Stiletto (femme-fatale): 1998 Hugh Turvey, Artist in Residence at the British Institute of Radiology. Xogram hand coloured. Hugh’s image of a woman’s foot squeezed into a six-inch stiletto demonstrates the extremes under which some women put their feet and which can ultimately lead to musculo-skeletal problems. Hugh uses a technique whereby he makes multiple x-ray exposures of an object which are then digitally combined and colourised.
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A girl and her horse: Award-winning photographer captures special relationship of riders and their ponies in field and forest
The British Institute of Radiology and the Roentgen Society's Annual Congress and Exhibition of X-ray apparatus. All the latest apparatus connected with X-ray can be seen at the Exhibition. A young lady being X-rayed by a special instrument of the latest
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Short clip on Alveoli in human lungs (click on picture above). Alveoli are the site of gaseous exchange in the lungs, where oxygen is taken up by the red blood cells and carbon dioxide is released for exhalation out of the body.