By Werner Villiger (auth.), John R. Günter (eds.)
I. Instrumentation.- The Instrumental Contribution of Switzerland to the advance of Electron Microscopy; A old Review.- The Swiss STEM Project.- II. The Pioneers.- the start of Electron Microscopy in Zürich.- Chemical Electron Microscopy in Berne.- Early occasions of Electron Microscopy in Geneva (1944-1964).- The ‘Bernese Connection’ of Early Pioneers in organic Electron Microscopy.- III. fabrics Science.- Electron Microscopy on the Batteile Laboratories in Geneva.- IV. Biology and Medicine.- The Contribution of Switzerland to the improvement of Embedding equipment in Cytology.- functions of Transmission Electron Microscopy in organic Sciences: coaching strategies, distinction transformations and Ultrastructural Cytochemistry.- The Contribution of Electron Microscopy to general Morphology and Pathology study in Switzerland.- Cryotechniques and comparable Methods.- The Contribution of Switzerland to the improvement of Morphometry and Stereology.- V. Swiss Society for Optics and Electron Microscopy.- historical past of the Swiss Society for Optics and Electron Microscopy.
By Neil Pemberton
Rabies was once a continuing probability in Victorian Britain and gripped renowned mind's eye, no longer least simply because its human shape, hydrophobia, produced a vile demise with the brain and physique uncontrolled. This e-book explores the altering figuring out of rabies among veterinarians, animal welfare campaigners, nation officers, politicians and the general public.
By Arthur Tatnall, Bill Davey
This ebook is a set of refereed invited papers at the heritage of computing in schooling from the Nineteen Seventies to the mid-1990s featuring a social background of the creation and early use of pcs in faculties. The 30 papers take care of the advent of laptop in colleges in lots of international locations world wide: Norway, South Africa, united kingdom, Canada, Australia, united states, Finland, Chile, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, eire, Israel and Poland. The authors will not be expert historians yet fairly those that as academics, scholars or researchers have been fascinated with this background and so they narrate their stories from a private viewpoint delivering attention-grabbing tales.
By Samita Sen
Samita Sen's background of laboring ladies in Bengal within the overdue 19th and early 20th centuries considers how social buildings of gender formed their lives. the writer demonstrates how the long term traits within the Indian economic system devalued women's hard work, developing styles of city migration and altering gender equations in the kin. She relates those tendencies to the unfold of dowry, enforced widowhood and baby marriage. The research will make an important contribution to the certainty of the social and financial background of colonial India and to notions of gender building.