Happy Birthday, Godfrey Hounsfield!

Godfrey Hounsfield
(1919–2004).
Watch “The Scanner Story,” a documentary made by EMI about their early computed tomography brain scanners. The video, filmed in 1978, shows its age but is engaging.
Part Two of “The Scanner Story.”

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