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Images Dated 12th September 2003

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Waterloo Station, London, 1967 Featured 12 Sep 2003 Image

Waterloo Station, London, 1967

Oil painting by Terence Cuneo (1907-1996) showing a view of the concourse at Waterloo Station, London, as seen from the first floor British Rail Southern Regional boardroom windows. Steam locomotives, the station clock, and kiosks are shown alongside passengers, porters and politicians of the day

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Aphasia artwork Featured 12 Sep 2003 Image

Aphasia artwork

Aphasia. Conceptual computer artwork of a blindfolded and gagged man representing the disability of aphasia. Aphasia is an impairment of language affecting the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read and write. It is most commonly caused by stroke, but can also occur due to head trauma, a brain tumour or an infection that causes tissue damage to the language centres of the brain. The location of the damage determines the extent of aphasia experienced by the patient. There is no cure for aphasia. However, speech therapy can help a patient to best utilise their remaining communication skills

© TIM VERNON, LTH NHS TRUST/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Iron mineralization in agate Featured 12 Sep 2003 Image

Iron mineralization in agate

Iron mineralization in agate. Cut and polished agate surface with colourful patterns formed from mineral impurities that were trapped as the agate formed. Agate is silica (silicon dioxide) that precipitated from liquid inside existing rock. Often, the successive layers of precipitation are seen as the deposited silica fills hollows in the rock. The patterns are revealed by erosion or cutting the rock open, and pieces of agate are prized as ornaments. This pattern is about 2 centimetres across

© DIRK WIERSMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY