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Images Dated 27th September 2004

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open-uri20120928-25944-i6elx1 Featured 27 Sep 2004 Print

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Sviatoslav Fyodorov Featured 27 Sep 2004 Print

Sviatoslav Fyodorov

Sviatoslav Fyodorov (1927-2000), Soviet eye surgeon and politician, photographed in the conveyer-belt operating theatre he developed. Professor Fyodorov pioneered a reliable technique, known as radial keratotomy, for treating short- sightedness (myopia). Small incisions made in the cornea cause it to contract as it heals, bringing vision into focus. Fyodorov was also the first person to complete an artificial lens implantation in the Soviet Union. Patients were rotated from surgeon to surgeon in his conveyer-belt operating theatre, being treated in just over 15 minutes. Photographed in the Eye Microsurgery Institute, Moscow, in the then Soviet Union

© RIA NOVOSTI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Sulphur burning Featured 27 Sep 2004 Print

Sulphur burning

Sulphur burning in air. Sulphur being burnt on a spoon, producing a blue flame. Sulphur is the tenth most abundant element in the universe. At room temperature it is a pale yellow, odourless solid. When burnt in air it reacts with oxygen to produce sulphur dioxide (SO2). Sulphur dioxide is the main component of acid rain. It forms in the atmosphere when fossil fuels contaminated with sulphur are burnt

© ANDREW LAMBERT PHOTOGRAPHY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY