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Virtual Tour, University of Gujrat
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Description: web.uflib.ufl.edu University of Florida Archives Moving Image Collection Production number 28 Production title: Adapting the Atom to Florida Progress Production date: ca. 1962 Color/Sound Total running time: 00:28:17 Producer: Douglas Martin Photography: Bill Breeze Narrator: Dr. Lester Hale Music: U of F Department of Music Available in VHS, DVD, and Sony DV-cam. Derived from 16 mm film. Adapting the Atom to Florida Progress is a promotional film about the nuclear science programs at the University of Florida. The film begins with the introduction by Governor Farris Bryant and then proceeds to show the various research applications of nuclear science in the fields of medicine, energy and agriculture. Safety precautions are also covered. The film depicts various labs, lab equipment, and an irradiator. Contents 0:00 Blank 0:16 State flag 0:21 Governor Farris Bryant seated at a desk. He speaks and mentions the value of nuclear science and the lead that the State of Florida has taken in this field. 1:57 The title of the film appears and then the name of Dr. George K. Davis, Director of Nuclear Activities and a list of others who assisted in the production of the film 2:40 Various lab scenes, equipment, and lab workers are shown 3:10 J. Hillis Miller Health Center building. Nuclear medicine is mentioned as being most important. 3:29 Lab with a woman in a white lab coat getting something from a cabinet 3:55 A woman (patient) drinks out of a cup containing radioactive iodine