Experience X-ray vision

12th May 1995 at 01:00
On November 8, exactly 100 years after x-rays were discovered by Wilhelm Rontgen, the Centre for X-Ray Science at King's College London, The Strand, London WC2 is hosting a celebratory public meeting with free admission for sixth-formers and teachers. A wide-ranging but non-technical review of the development of X-ray science and technology will be provided.

Speakers include: Professor Andrew Miller, principal of Stirling University; Professor Ken Pounds, chief executive and deputy chairman of the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council; and Dr Richard Mould, author of Chernobyl - the Real Story. Details: Alan Michette or Slawka Pfauntsch, 0171 873 28112146.

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