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Magnetic flux quantization and Josephson behaviour in living systems
The proposal of coherent electromagnetic processes as the engine for biological dynamics suggests that Josephson effects could be present in living cells. Positive experimental evidence is reportedExpand
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William Thomson and the creation of thermodynamics: 1840–1855
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Elastic Constants of Tantalum Monocarbide, TaC0.90
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The natural philosophy of James Clerk Maxwell
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Presence of lines in Raman spectra of living cells
Abstract Recently the validity of the Raman data from active cells and subsequent analysis has been questioned. We show here that this criticism is invalid.
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Engineering Empires: A Cultural History of Technology in Nineteenth-Century Britain
Introduction: Technology, Science and Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century 'Objects of National Importance': Exploration, Mapping and Measurement Power and Wealth: Reputations and Rivalries inExpand
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“Imitations of God's Own Works”: Making Trustworthy the Ocean Steamship
“?… may we not say in the words of Bacon? — ‘The introduction of new inventions seemeth to be the very chief of all human actions. The benefits of new inventions may extend to all mankindExpand
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RADIOTHERAPY AND HYPERBARIC OXYGEN IN HEAD AND NECK CANCER: Interim Report of Second Clinical Trial
A controlled clinical trial is in progress to assess the value of hyperbaric oxygen and radiotherapy in the management of head and neck cancer. An established dose-fractionation schedule inExpand
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