|Radionuclides used in medicine in the discovery of which Seaborg was involved.||Glenn T. Seaborg and J.J. Livingood walking in front of Sather Gate, University of California, Berkeley as they are mailing iodine-131 paper.|
Here is a summary of those radionuclides used in medicine in the discovery of which I was involved. Here we have a picture of me with Jack Livingood -- I worked with him on a number of these -- on Telegraph Avenue, there's Sather Gate, on our way to the post office mailing the manuscript announcing the discovery of iodine-131. This is a picture taken by an itinerant photographer. He handed me a card and I sent him 50 cents. They don't do much of that anymore.
|Glenn T. Seaborg photographed with two iodine and technetium papers.|
|Chemical elements discovered at Berkeley, California or by Berkeley teams.||Element 43, technetium (Tc). Perrier and Emilio Segrè.||Element 85, astatine. Corson, et al.|