Uppsala, Sweden - Physics Abstractions

Around 1950, scientists at Uppsala designed and built the first synchrocyclotron in western Europe. It accelerates protons at energies high enough to be useful for proton therapy for cancers. Our conference included a tour of the facility. Here are a few details of the wiring, which make abstract patterns that I find interesting.


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