Richard, George (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 59, Number 2 (Oct. 1957)
New look in biochemistry, pp. -
A prize piece of equipment is a new electronic microscope, costing $25 thousand; it will magnify up to 300,000 times. It was in a kettle like this one being examined in the fermentation laboratory that the first large batches of penicillin were manufactured on the Wisconsin campus. veral conference Here the camera and Dr. Roland lowship. Graduate student David Filmer uses new electrophoresis machine in running an experi- ment. The physical biochemists are justly proud of their up-to-date equipment and facilities.
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