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Images Dated 9th March 2005

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open-uri20120928-13815-fywbhb Featured 9 Mar 2005 Print

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2005 Australian Grand Prix - Sunday Race
Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 6th March 2005
Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2004M, and Nick Heidfeld, Williams F1 BMW FW27, end up in the gravel after colliding.
PLEASE NOTE: Legal Notice: This picture is not for use in Australia.
World Copyright: John Morris/LAT Photographic
ref: Digital Image Only

Outer layers of the eye, SEM Featured 9 Mar 2005 Print

Outer layers of the eye, SEM

Outer layers of the eye. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the choroid (top) and sclera (bottom) layers of the eye. The sclera is the white outer layer of the eye. It is composed of tough fibrous connective tissue and covers all of the eye except the cornea. It protects the structures within the eyeball and attaches to muscles that move the eye and maintain its shape. The choroid layer, which lies behind the sclera and in front of the retina, is highly vascular and supplies blood to the back of the eye. It is pigmented to absorb excessive light, preventing internal reflections that would form multiple images on the retina. Magnification: x26 when printed 10 centimetres wide

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Vaccine production Featured 9 Mar 2005 Print

Vaccine production

DNA vaccine production. Technician checking the quality of a sample of recombinant hepatitis B vaccine. Traditional hepatitis vaccine contains the full virus, which could potentially become active and infect patients. A recombinant vaccine is made by inserting a piece of DNA from the virus into another organism, such as a bacterium. The viral protein is expressed by the genetically modified (GM) bacterium and purified for use as a vaccine. Because the vaccine only contains a viral protein, and not the whole virus, there is no risk of the virus becoming active. Photographed at Shantha Biotechnics, a biotechnology company in Hyderabad, India

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY