Describes some of the biological effects of high energy radiations on plants and animal cells. Explains how typical experiments are conducted and demonstrates some of the protective measures required to insure the safety of the experimenters. Points out some possible applications of nuclear radiation to problems of human health, emphasizing work in the study of cancer. Associate Producer: Warren P. Everote. "The Division of the Physical Sciences, which includes the Institute of Nuclear Studies, of the University of Chicago."
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