14 May-31 Jan. English physicist Henry "Harry" Moseley had a bright future ahead of him before his death on the battlefield in Gallipoli in 1915.
Moseley's scientific breakthroughs, paricluarly in relation to x-ray spectrosopy, contributed to the development of the nuclear model of the atom in the years immediately preceding world war one.
This exhibition charts the advances made by Moseley and examines the legacy of his short but promising career which came to a sudden end at the age of 27.
Tue-Fri 12.00-17.00 Sat 10.00-17.00 Sun 14.00-17.00
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Dear Harry: Henry Moseley: A Scientist Lost to War
Museum of the History of Science, Broad Street, tel. +44(0)1865277280.