MORE THAN 50 YEARS OF SCIENCE

MORE THAN 50 YEARS OF SCIENCE

1962: Summer lab experience at Skanska Cement Factory in Hallekis, Sweden.   International Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IESTE).

Measuring cement factory air quality.

1962: University of Bristol Zoology Easter Field course to Dale Fort, Pembrokeshire UK.

Observing marine life.

1967 - 1968

1967 - 1968 University of Pittsburgh - Graduate School of Public Health

Introduction to Mass Spectrometry.

University of Pitsburgh

1968: University of Pitsburgh.  LKB9000 with manual peak identification.

LKV9000

1969: Michigan State University. 

The Mass Spectrometer that enabled the Nobel Prize for Prostaglandins

Michigan State University

1969: Michigan State University LKB 9000 with "computer" PDP8I (punch cards) (computer on the left)

1978 - University of Chicago.   Early days in the Lab

1978: INTRA UNIVERSITY SOCCER MATCH 'WYLER MENTAL RETARDATION FIGHTERS v 'THE SCANU LIPOIDS'.   Philip and Ken Dawson and Kazayuki Sugahara's son in the foreground.

 1980's:   Our first Mac (John Oh Lab Technician).  We moved into the Computer age with an IBM.

1987  The Mac SE had 1MB of memory and 10MB of Hard Drive.

 1990: John Kilkus
45 years 2 Johns (Lipidomics Technicians)