Nasima Akhter earned a Ph.D. in Medical Science from Kanazawa University Graduate School of Medical Science, Japan. She is one of five winners of the 2013 Elsevier Foundation and Organization for Women in Science for Developing World prize for her work at the Center for Nuclear Medicine and Ultrasound, the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission, and Dhaka Medical College Hospital Campus in Bangladesh.
The website www.translatorscafe.com is the source of a video explaining ionizing radiation and its many uses in nuclear medicine, agriculture and industry.
General Electric sponsored classic animated documentary from 1952 explains atomic energy, radiation and radioisotopes. Over sixty years have passed. Some countries have fully embraced the wonders of the atom. Some have been held back by many anti-nuclear science activists. Some countries have decided on their own to abandon (for the time being) the power of the atom. This documentary from 1952 explains the science and applications that were known then. Very impressive.
Alan Waltar -¿Cómo sería nuestro mundo hoy si la radiación no hubiera sido empleada para servir nuestras necesidades humanas? Una manera de apreciar en algo a esta moderna servidora es pasar un día típico con nuestras antenas particularmente sensibilizadas a la conciencia del rol de la radiación.