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Images Dated 5th December 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Computer art of sperm and egg during fertilisation

Computer art of sperm and egg during fertilisation

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: 1995 Hungarian Grand Prix

1995 Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring, 11-13th August 1995. Taki Inoue is hit by the F1 Medical Car as it responds to the incident. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: 95 HUN 21

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Devil

Devil

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Computer art of radiolarians (from Ernst Haeckel)

Computer art of radiolarians (from Ernst Haeckel)
Radiolarians. Computer-enhanced engraving of radiolarian species. These one-celled protozoan animals are found in marine plankton

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: LM of section through cerebral cortex and medulla

LM of section through cerebral cortex and medulla
Cerebrum. Light micrograph of a section through the cerebrum of a human brain showing the cortex and medulla. The cerebrum is formed of two lobes (left and right)

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Human brain

Human brain. Computer artwork of a human brain in a head, with light coming from the eyes. The largest part of the brain is the cerebrum (upper left, convoluted)

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Human brain

Human brain. Computer artwork of a human brain in a head, with light coming from the eyes. The largest part of the brain is the cerebrum (upper left, convoluted)

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Colour HST image of part of Cygnus Loop SNR

Colour HST image of part of Cygnus Loop SNR

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Car design

Car design. Computer-aided design (CAD) image of a modern car. Wiring and electronics for functions such as central locking, electric windows and powered mirror adjustment are highlighted

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Assortment of herbal teas

Assortment of herbal teas

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Digital brain

Digital brain. Conceptual computer artwork of a human brain in front of a display of binary numbers. This could represent artificial intelligence

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Pinned broken leg

Pinned broken leg. X-ray of a pinned fracture of both the tibia and fibula (lower leg bones). The tibia (larger bone, at centre) has been immobilised by metal pins (lower & upper centre)

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: DNA helix

DNA helix

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: DNA helices

DNA helices. Computer artwork of double helices of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), formed by spiralling paired strands of sugar phosphates that are linked by nucleotide base pairs

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Genetic research

Genetic research, conceptual computer artwork. The X (left) and Y (right) chromosomes (red/white) are the sex chromosomes. Men have an XY chromosome combination, while women have the XX combination

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Flowers held by a woman

Flowers held by a woman
MODEL RELEASED. Flowers held by a woman

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: DNA molecular surface

DNA molecular surface

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: DNA molecular surface

DNA molecular surface
DNA. Computer model of the surface of part of a DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) helix. The atoms show as spheres in this electrostatic potential map

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Genetic research

Genetic research

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: DNA molecular surface

DNA molecular surface

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: ATPase muscle enzyme

ATPase muscle enzyme
Calcium pumping ATPase enzyme. Computer model of an electrostatic potential surface map of part of the ATPase enzyme that pumps calcium in and out of muscle cells and controls muscle contractions

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Ex Zip Kart dirvers Gary Paffett, David Coulthard with Zip Kart Boss Martin

Formula One Testing: Ex Zip Kart dirvers Gary Paffett, David Coulthard with Zip Kart Boss Martin Hines
Ex Zip Kart dirvers Gary Paffett, David Coulthard with Zip Kart Boss Martin Hines Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Ralph Firman tested for BAR as part of his prize for winning the 2002 Formula

Formula One Testing: Ralph Firman tested for BAR as part of his prize for winning the 2002 Formula Nippon Championship
Ralph Firman (GBR) tested for BAR as part of his prize for winning the 2002 Formula Nippon Championship. Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Jacques Villeneuve BAR Honda

Formula One Testing: Jacques Villeneuve BAR Honda
Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) BAR Honda Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Mark Webber Jaguar: Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002

Formula One Testing: Mark Webber Jaguar: Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002
Mark Webber (AUS) Jaguar Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Ralph Firman tested the BAR 004 as part of his prize for winning the 2002

Formula One Testing: Ralph Firman tested the BAR 004 as part of his prize for winning the 2002 Formula Nippon
Ralph Firman (GBR) tested the BAR 004 as part of his prize for winning the 2002 Formula Nippon Championship. Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 5th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Gary Paffett McLaren

Formula One Testing: Gary Paffett McLaren
Gary Paffett (GBR) McLaren Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE


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