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Images Dated 1st November 2007

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open-uri20120930-24583-116c5r6 Featured 1 Nov 2007 Print

open-uri20120930-24583-116c5r6

2007 GP2 Testing.
Circuit Paul Ricard, France. Thursday 1st November.
Recardo Bruins Choi, (KOR, Arden International). Action.
World Copyright: Alastair Staley/GP2 Series Media Service.
Ref: Digital Image ZP9O2525

BOOKBINDER, 1568. The bookbinder binds large and small books on all subjects in Featured 1 Nov 2007 Print

BOOKBINDER, 1568. The bookbinder binds large and small books on all subjects in

BOOKBINDER, 1568.
The bookbinder binds large and small books on all subjects in parchemnt or planed boards which are fitted with clasps and ornamented, some books are gilded on the edges'. Poem by Hans Sachs, woodcut by Jost Amman, 1568

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Synapse, computer artwork Featured 1 Nov 2007 Print

Synapse, computer artwork

Synapses. Computer artwork of synapses, the junctions between the ends (blue, swollen) of two nerve cells (neurons). Nerve cells are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. This information is transmitted from one nerve cell to the next as an electrical impulse (yellow flash). Each nerve cell comprises dendrites, nerve cell extensions which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells, and an axon, through which information passes outwards to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres. Here, the axons are surrounded by a myelin sheath (yellow), which insulates the axon, allowing signals to be transmitted more quickly

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