Video Technology Adds New Dimension To The Research Paper

TWO FOR THE SHOW Here's how to obtain copies of the two videos mentioned in this article. "    Hydrogen Collision Dynamics on a Rough Nickel Surface,” based on research by University of Illinois nuclear engineering professor David Ruzic, is available from: The American Vacuum Society 335 E. 45th St. New York, N.Y. 10017 Phone: (212) 661-9404 Fax: (212) 983-6745 The video is in the University of Illinois library system and is “slowly working its way into other

Stephen Pendlebury
Aug 16, 1992

TWO FOR THE SHOW
Here's how to obtain copies of the two videos mentioned in this article.

"    Hydrogen Collision Dynamics on a Rough Nickel Surface,” based on research by University of Illinois nuclear engineering professor David Ruzic, is available from:

The American Vacuum Society
335 E. 45th St.
New York, N.Y. 10017
Phone: (212) 661-9404
Fax: (212) 983-6745


The video is in the University of Illinois library system and is “slowly working its way into other science and engineering libraries around the country,” Ruzic says. He hopes it will be on the shelves along with the science books, not “stuck in the undergraduate film library next to Gone With the Wind.

"    “The Walls Came Tumbling Down: Earthquakes in the Middle East,” based on research by Stanford University geophysics department chairman Amos Nur, is available from:

ESI Productions
P.O. Box 2365
Stanford, Calif. 94309


Ruzic and Nur both say many...