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Images Dated 14th August 2003

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Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Wrest Park Pavilion K020822

Wrest Park Pavilion K020822
WREST PARK HOUSE AND GARDENS, Silsoe, Bedfordshire. The Pavilion, built 1709-11 by Thomas Archer

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: A B-2 Spirit soars through the sky

A B-2 Spirit soars through the sky
August 14, 2003 - A B-2 Spirit soars through the sky

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Fertilization

Fertilization. Computer artwork of a human sperm (spermatozoon) successfully penetrating an egg (ovum). Only one sperm can penetrate the eggs thick outer layer (zona pellucida) and fertilize it

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: USA, North America, Pennsylvania

USA, North America, Pennsylvania
USA, Pennsylvania, Light rays streaming through a forest along a narrow road

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: SHADOWS ARE CAST AS PUPILS CELEBRATE THEIR A-LEVEL EXAM RESULTS IN LONDON

SHADOWS ARE CAST AS PUPILS CELEBRATE THEIR A-LEVEL EXAM RESULTS IN LONDON
Shadows are cast as pupils celebrate their A-level exam results at Godolphin and Latymer School, Hammersmith, West London, August 14, 2003

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: FIA World Rally Championship: Markko Martin jumps his Ford Focus RS WRC 03 on stage 12

FIA World Rally Championship: Markko Martin jumps his Ford Focus RS WRC 03 on stage 12
Markko Martin (EST) jumps his Ford Focus RS WRC 03 on stage 12. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd9, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland. Day 2, 9 August 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Spider web construction

Spider web construction. Computer trace of the movements made by a Zilla diodia spider as it constructed its silk web. The red lines show the spiders path as it formed initial structures such as

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Fertilization

Fertilization. Computer artwork of one of a group of human sperm (spermatozoa) successfully penetrating an egg (ovum). Only one sperm can penetrate the eggs thick outer layer (zona pellucida)

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Mirror mount testing for the Very Large Telescope

Mirror mount testing for the Very Large Telescope
VLT mount manufacture. Manufacture of the mount for the Very Large Telescope (VLT) which will be based at the European Southern Observatory site at Cerro Paranal, Chile

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: White blood cells and platelets

White blood cells and platelets
White blood cells & platelets. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a group of white blood cells (leucocytes) and activated platelets in human blood

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Airfield lighting simulation

Airfield lighting simulation. Researchers testing an embedded computer system that operates lights in a model airfield. Embedded systems combine computer software

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Honeywell Kitchen Computer

Honeywell Kitchen Computer (H316), magazine advertisement. This was first sold in 1965 for $10, 600. The model seen, is the free-standing pedestal version

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Organic light emitting diode

Organic light emitting diode. Researchers face reflected in a panel of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs). These ultra-thin polymer semi- conductors convert applied voltage into light

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Organic light emitting diode

Organic light emitting diode. Researcher holding a panel of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs). These ultra-thin polymer semi-conductors convert applied voltage into light

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Thermogram of young infant suffering from burns

Thermogram of young infant suffering from burns
Thermogram of a frontal view of a young infant suffering from severe burns to her chest and abdomen. Burns appear as the hotter, white & yellow regions

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Sperm cells

Sperm cells. Computer artwork of sperm cells, or spermatozoa. These tiny male sex cells are produced in the testes, and are responsible for the fertilization of the female egg (ovum)

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Coloured SEM of the mitral valve of a human heart

Coloured SEM of the mitral valve of a human heart
Mitral valve of heart. Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of the mitral valve of a healthy human heart. The mitral valve is one of the atrio- ventricular valves which channels the flow of

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Vegetable selection

Vegetable selection

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: DNA helices

DNA helices. Computer artwork of strands of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). Each DNA molecule has a double helix arrangement, being composed of two spiral strands of sugar phosphates

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: DNA helix

DNA helix. Computer artwork of a view down a strand of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). The DNA molecule has a double helix arrangement, being composed of two spiral strands of sugar phosphates

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: DNA helices

DNA helices
DNA. Computer artwork of parts of a DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) molecule forming a question mark. This could represent research into the unknown secrets of the human genome

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Piece of crude silicon rock

Piece of crude silicon rock
Silicon. Sample of crude-refined silicon. Silicon is a semiconductor group IV metal, with atomic number 14. It is not found as a native element

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Sturts Desert Pea Near Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

Sturts Desert Pea Near Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia
DH-3039 Sturts Desert Pea Near Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. Swainsona formosa Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Sturts Desert Pea Near Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

Sturts Desert Pea Near Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia
DH-3038 Sturts Desert Pea Near Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia Swainsona formosa Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: FIA World Rally Championship: Francois Duval, Ford Focus RS WRC 03

FIA World Rally Championship: Francois Duval, Ford Focus RS WRC 03
Francois Duval (BEL), Ford Focus RS WRC 03. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd9, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland. Day 2, 9 August 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: FIA World Rally Championship: Juusi Valmaki Hyundai Accent WRC

FIA World Rally Championship: Juusi Valmaki Hyundai Accent WRC
Juusi Valmaki (FIN) Hyundai Accent WRC. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd 9, Day 1, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland August 7-10 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: FIA World Rally Championship: Ari Vatanen, Peugeot 206 WRC, finished 11th overall

FIA World Rally Championship: Ari Vatanen, Peugeot 206 WRC, finished 11th overall
Ari Vatanen (FIN), Peugeot 206 WRC, finished 11th overall. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd9, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland. Day 2, 9 August 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: FIA World Rally Championship: Sebastien Loeb & Daniel Elena, Citroen Xsara WRC

FIA World Rally Championship: Sebastien Loeb & Daniel Elena, Citroen Xsara WRC
Sebastien Loeb (FRA) & Daniel Elena (FRA), Citroen Xsara WRC, finished 5th place overall on 2003 Rally Finland. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd9, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: 2003 Rally Finland: Markko Martin & co-driver Michael Park, Ford Focus RS WRC 03

2003 Rally Finland: Markko Martin & co-driver Michael Park, Ford Focus RS WRC 03, won the 2003 Rally Finland
Markko Martin (EST) & co-driver Michael Park (GBR), Ford Focus RS WRC 03, won the 2003 Rally Finland. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd9, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: FIA World Rally Championship: Colin McRae & Derek Ringer, Citroen Xsara WRC

FIA World Rally Championship: Colin McRae & Derek Ringer, Citroen Xsara WRC, crashed and rolled heavily on stage 16
Colin McRae (GBR) & Derek Ringer (GBR), Citroen Xsara WRC, crashed and rolled heavily on stage 16. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd9, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland. Day 2, 9 August 2003

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: FIA World Rally Championship: Carlos Sainz Citroen chats with Petter Solberg Subaru

FIA World Rally Championship: Carlos Sainz Citroen chats with Petter Solberg Subaru
(L to R) Carlos Sainz (ESP) Citroen chats with Petter Solberg (NOR) Subaru. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd9, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland. Day 2, 9 August 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: FIA World Rally Championship: Petter Solberg Subaru Impreza WRC 2003

FIA World Rally Championship: Petter Solberg Subaru Impreza WRC 2003
Petter Solberg (NOR) Subaru Impreza WRC 2003. FIA World Rally Championship, Rd9, Neste Rally Finland, Jyvaskyla, Finland. Day 2, 9 August 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Common Moorhen Adult in shallow water. Cleveland. UK

Common Moorhen Adult in shallow water. Cleveland. UK
ROY-229 Common Moorhen - Adult in shallow water. Cleveland. UK Gallinula chloropus Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Northern Lapwing Waterlevel perspective of bird standing in shallow water. Cleveland, UK

Northern Lapwing Waterlevel perspective of bird standing in shallow water. Cleveland, UK
ROY-139 Northern Lapwing - Waterlevel perspective of bird standing in shallow water. Cleveland, UK Vanellus vanellus Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Northern Lapwing

Northern Lapwing
ROY-138 Northern Lapwing - Waterlevel perspective of adult bird roosting in shallows of wetland. Cleveland, England. UK Vanellus vanellus Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Northern Lapwing Waterlevel perspective, showing sucken eye-sockets for peripheral vision

Northern Lapwing Waterlevel perspective, showing sucken eye-sockets for peripheral vision. Cleveland, UK
ROY-132 Northern Lapwing - Waterlevel perspective, showing sucken eye-sockets for peripheral vision. Cleveland, UK Vanellus vanellus Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display purposes

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Common Snipe Opening and showing flexibility of bill. Cleveland. UK

Common Snipe Opening and showing flexibility of bill. Cleveland. UK
ROY-123 Common Snipe - Opening and showing flexibility of bill. Cleveland. UK Gallinago gallinago Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Common Snipe Water-level perspective of the bird roosting on a small island in a freshwater pond

Common Snipe Water-level perspective of the bird roosting on a small island in a freshwater pond. Cleveland. UK
ROY-116 Common Snipe - Water-level perspective of the bird roosting on a small island in a freshwater pond. Cleveland. UK Gallinago gallinago Roy Glen Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2003: Common Snipe Water-level perspective of the bird roosting low in vegetation on a small island in a

Common Snipe Water-level perspective of the bird roosting low in vegetation on a small island in a freshwater pond
ROY-114 Common Snipe - Water-level perspective of the bird roosting low in vegetation on a small island in a freshwater pond. Cleveland


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