Electronic averaging devices for physiological experiments

Made:
1958 in London

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Electronic averaging devices for physiological experiments, designed by George Dawson, built by his technician Jack Pittman, and used by Dawson's PhD Student, Tony Angel, at University College London and Sheffield University between 1958 and 1970, with five parts listed.

Details

Category:
Laboratory Medicine
Object Number:
1994-680
credit:
University of Sheffield. Dept. of Biomedicine