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Professor EP Cathcart, CBE., FRS. (Glasgow University), 1926. Artist: Norah Neilson Gray
Professor EP Cathcart, CBE., FRS. (Glasgow University), 1926. Artist: Norah Neilson Gray
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Sir Benjamin Brodie, English doctor, c1860 (1878)
Sir Benjamin Brodie, English doctor, c1860 (1878)
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Professor Rene Leriche, French surgeon and physiologist, 1939
Professor Rene Leriche, French surgeon and physiologist, 1939
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Etienne-Jules Marey, French physiologist and pioneer of cinematography, 1901
Etienne-Jules Marey, French physiologist and pioneer of cinematography, 1901
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Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 1876
Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 1876
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William Hyde Wollaston, Physiologist, chemist and physicist, 19th century
William Hyde Wollaston, Physiologist, chemist and physicist, 19th century
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Benjamin Ward Richardson, British physician and writer on medical history, 1883
Benjamin Ward Richardson, British physician and writer on medical history, 1883
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William Benjamin Carpenter, CB, MD, LLD, FRS, FLS, FGS, English physiologist
William Benjamin Carpenter, CB, MD, LLD, FRS, FLS, FGS, English physiologist
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John Abernethy, English surgeon and physiologist.Artist: J Cochran
John Abernethy, English surgeon and physiologist.Artist: J Cochran
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Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz, c1900
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz, c1900
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Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz, German physicist and physiologist, 1907
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz, German physicist and physiologist, 1907
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Claude Bernard, 19th century French physiologist, 1913
Claude Bernard, 19th century French physiologist, 1913
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Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 1876 Featured Print

Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 1876

Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 1876. Bernard (1813-1878) investigated the liver, discovering glycogen, and determined that most of the process of digestion occurs in the small intestine, rather that the stomach. He showed that haemoglobin carries oxygen in red blood cells, and demonstated how carbon monoxide poisoning disrupted this process. When Bernard died in 1878, the French government organised his funeral, making him the first French scientist to be honoured in this way. A photograph from Album de Photographies, Dans L'Intimite de Personnages Illustres, 1845-1890, Editions MD, 22 Rue de L'Arcade, Paris 8, 1845-1890

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Medal commemorating Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 19th century
Medal commemorating Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 19th century
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Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 19th century
Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 19th century
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John Scott Burdon-Sanderson, British physiologist, 1894. Artist: Spy
John Scott Burdon-Sanderson, British physiologist, 1894. Artist: Spy
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Luigi Galvani, 18th century Italian physiologist, 1880
Luigi Galvani, 18th century Italian physiologist, 1880
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Reverse of medal commemorating 50 years of cinematography by the Lumiere brothers, 1945
Reverse of medal commemorating 50 years of cinematography by the Lumiere brothers, 1945
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Obverse of medal commemorating 50 years of cinematography by the Lumiere brothers, 1945
Obverse of medal commemorating 50 years of cinematography by the Lumiere brothers, 1945
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Louis Jean Lumiere (1864-1948), pioneer of cinematography, c1935
Louis Jean Lumiere (1864-1948), pioneer of cinematography, c1935
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Etienne Jules Marey (1830-1903), French physiologist, 19th century
Etienne Jules Marey (1830-1903), French physiologist, 19th century
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Etienne Jules Marey (1830-1903), with cine camera, 1903
Etienne Jules Marey (1830-1903), with cine camera, 1903
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Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894), German physicist and physiologist, 1894
Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894), German physicist and physiologist, 1894
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Charles Herbert Best, Canadian physiologist, 1960
Charles Herbert Best, Canadian physiologist, 1960
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George von Bekesy (1899-1972), Hungarian-born American physiologist
George von Bekesy (1899-1972), Hungarian-born American physiologist
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Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 19th century Featured Print

Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 19th century

Claude Bernard, French physiologist, 19th century. From the obverse of a commemorative medal. Bernard (1813-1878) investigated the liver, discovering glycogen, and determined that most of the process of digestion occurs in the small intestine, rather that the stomach. He showed that haemoglobin carries oxygen in red blood cells, and demonstated how carbon monoxide poisoning disrupted this process. When Bernard died in 1878, the French government organised his funeral, making him the first French scientist to be honoured in this way

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John Abernethy (1764-1831), English surgeon and physiologist
John Abernethy (1764-1831), English surgeon and physiologist
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Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915), German bacteriologist
Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915), German bacteriologist
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Frederick Grant Banting (1891-1941), Canadian physiologist, 1923
Frederick Grant Banting (1891-1941), Canadian physiologist, 1923
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William Harvey (1578-1657), English physician
William Harvey (1578-1657), English physician
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Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895), English biologist, 1890. Artist: W&D Downey
Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895), English biologist, 1890. Artist: W&D Downey
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