Content Developer Rupert Cole explores some famous moustaches in particle physics ahead of the opening of our new Collider exhibition on 13th November. But what, you might reasonably wonder, has facial hair got to do with particle physics? Well, I have a theory; one backed by hard pictorial and anecdotal evidence…. Significantly, the great Cavendish leaders and pioneers of this period cannot be accurately described as clean shaven. His first momentous contribution to physics came in at McGill University, Canada. Rutherford and his colleague Frederick Soddy explained what radioactivity actually is — the process of atomic decay.
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It was common for the wearers of this style to have the mustache completely cover their mouths, thus creating difficulties when eating; men often had to move aside their mustache hairs to eat properly. Its popularity peaked in the late s. Similar to the Chevron mustache, it was a favourite of European and North American military officers. In more recent times, actor Sam Elliott famously wears a Walrus mustache.
In the Eastern Townships, commercial engraving is a form of visual art that used since the nineteenth century in papermaking and advertising. In spite of its utilitarian function, our eyes are immediately drawn to the pure, delicate lines that make up the engraving: it is a remarkable sight. Certain buildings featured in this exhibit no longer exist, while others are still easily recognizable today, although their vocation may have changed over the years. Did you know that several stories also underlie commercial engravings? Accidental deaths, bankruptcies, athletic achievements, ghost stories, giants, curses and other oddities: you will discover all of these!