... and|or the 'gesundMusizierte' end of hisTory, lang|uage" UND polit**s ;-))

excerpt asap ;

The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) is setting up a centre focussing on the official "development and manufacture of radioactive materials for peacetime uses in medicine and scientific research".
The company was privatised in 1982 under the name Amersham International plc and in 2004 purchased by General Electric; it is now part of GE Healthcare.
...((without so called 'science fiction movies' the demonization of RADIO actIvitee would never have taken place ; ->grammar ))[[
ps: i wish i would be able to write about the Plexiglas guitar played by Nile Rodgers of Chic , Tom Moulton, "Cinemagician" Georges Méliès vs. Lumière brothers vs. 'anothalink to The Dreyfus Affair' vs. pay toilet inventor and "magician" John Nevil Maskelyne, Raymond Scott [!], Herman Stein (1915 – 2007) plus Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco/Marcus Loew , Ildebrando Pizzetti (1880 – 1968) , Giuseppe Martucci (1856 – 1909)/Richard Wagner, the Saint Petersburg Conservatory/Anton Rubinstein (1829 – 1894), Franz Liszt/"Neudeutsche Schule"/Prince Nikolaus II Esterházy (Hungaria)/Ludwig van Beethoven (Bonn, Germany)/Franz Joseph Haydn, and much much more but i had 'nuTime' ; btw, i think advanced electronic music was another part of the 'manhattan project' but who "knows"… ;

Spandau Ballet - Chant No. 1 (Alkalino classic re-edit)

…the 50's are starting … 35-- minutes to edit for the next chunk ;  


Deep Space Orchestra - The 10-4 Rule

First synthesized by Rhône-Poulenc, chlorpromazine is the first drug developed with specific antipsychotic action, then sold to Smith, Kline & French (today part of GlaxoSmithKline).
Also marketed as Thorazine and elsewhere as Largactil.
Rhône-Poulenc (* created in 1928) through the merger of Société des Usines Chimiques du Rhône (Society of Rhône Chemical Factories) from Lyon and Établissements Poulenc Frères (Poulenc Brothers Company) from Paris.

Establishing the so called 'History of Nuclear Pharmacy', Abbott Laboratories is selling the so called first "radioactive drug".

1950s and 60s
Drug-store company Richardson-Merrell (best known for Vicks VapoRub)
is trying to populize "Kevadon" into the US market.
The drug was highly popular in Europe as a sedative and antiemetic for
"pregnant women suffering from morning sickness".

Charles Hard Townes (member of Bell Telephone Laboratories; 1933 to 1947) plus graduate students James P. Gordon and Herbert J. Zeiger are producing the first microwave amplifier,
a device operating on similar principles to the laser.
This has led to the construction of oscillators and amplifiers based on the maser–laser principle.
.. ((why did Jean Michel Jarre, buddy of 'black color'-fetishist Pierre Soulages, use sooo many lasers ? ;-))[

Baxter International introduces the first functioning artificial kidney.

John Lykoudis, a general practitioner in Greece, started treating patients for peptic ulcer disease with antibiotics, long before it was commonly recognized that bacteria were a dominant cause for the disease [[

General Electric's pacemakers are developed in Corporate Research & Development in Schenectady.
.. ((of course GE's hisTory of their '62+'ish' computer|operating|systemOS "GECOS" is much more interesting))

Tretinoin (acid form of vitamin A) was found effective for acne, sold by Roche (Basel, Switzerland).
.. ((…and Sulfur ? ;))[

Beecham launched Amoxil (amoxicillin), which went on to become one of the most widely prescribed antibiotics.
..(Beecham is now part of GlaxoSmithKline London, UK ; …'skippin' here Robert Koch plus Selman Abraham Waksman/Rutgers/Dutch Reformed Church, "the plague" and never-ending annoying'ish *larouche'ish'ish-dribbl*-'misclusions' ;-)[[

GE Medical  started investing heavily in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MR) technology.
.. ((they called it once 'nuclear medicine' ;-)

Celera Corporation is established by PE Corporation (later renamed to Applera),
with Dr. J. Craig Venter from The Institute for Genomic Research.
The company becomes also known for 'allegedly' finishing up the sequencing of the human genome.
...((…and this 'kuteTheory', notsoKute "…what is if they **really did not find the humanGenome ?;))[[[-[

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