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"Cutouts: Exploring the Intricate World of Science, Nature, and Art" Richard Feynman's captivating presence shines through in this caricature cutout (C015 / 6715

Background imageCutouts Collection: Brain blood vessels, 3D angiogram C007 / 1981

Brain blood vessels, 3D angiogram C007 / 1981
Brain blood vessels. Coloured 3D lateral angiogram (blood vessel X-ray) of the blood vessels in the brain of a healthy 32-year-old

Background imageCutouts Collection: Dmitri Mendeleev, caricature

Dmitri Mendeleev, caricature
Dmitri Mendeleev (1834-1907). Caricature of the Russian chemist Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev. Mendeleyev (also spelt Mendeleev)

Background imageCutouts Collection: Richard Feynman, caricature C015 / 6715

Richard Feynman, caricature C015 / 6715
Richard Feynman (1918-1988). Caricature of the American theoretical physicist Richard Phillips Feynman. As a young man, Feynman worked on the American atomic bomb project at Los Alamos

Background imageCutouts Collection: Ocean currents off the Americas

Ocean currents off the Americas. Satellite-based graphic showing ocean currents (swirling coloured lines) on an Earth globe centred on the Americas

Background imageCutouts Collection: Venus of Willendorf, Stone Age figurine

Venus of Willendorf, Stone Age figurine, rear view. Discovered in 1908 near Willendorf, Austria, this 11-centimetre-tall limestone figurine dates from around 23, 000 years ago

Background imageCutouts Collection: Fresh loquat (Eriobotrya) fruits and green leaves

Fresh loquat (Eriobotrya) fruits and green leaves

Background imageCutouts Collection: Burning the candle at both ends C014 / 1258

Burning the candle at both ends C014 / 1258
Burning the candle at both ends. Conceptual image of a candle that is lit at both ends, representing overwork and exhaustion

Background imageCutouts Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718

Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718
Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel. Computer model showing the structure of propofol anaesthetic drug molecules (spheres)

Background imageCutouts Collection: Plankton, artwork C016 / 3447

Plankton, artwork C016 / 3447
Plankton. Artwork of plankton as viewed under a magnifying glass

Background imageCutouts Collection: Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule

Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule. Computer model of the secondary structure of immunoglobulin G (IgG). This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids

Background imageCutouts Collection: Niels Bohr, caricature

Niels Bohr, caricature
Niels Bohr (1885-1962). Caricature of the Danish physicist Niels Henrik David Bohr, blowing orbiting electrons out of his pipe. Bohr won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922

Background imageCutouts Collection: Barn owl, artwork C016 / 3233

Barn owl, artwork C016 / 3233
Barn owl (Tyto alba), artwork. Barn owls are nocturnal predators that prefer open country in which to hunt their prey, which includes small mammals such as rodents

Background imageCutouts Collection: Sea green swallowtail butterfly

Sea green swallowtail butterfly
Sea green swallowtail (Papilio lorquinianus) butterfly. This butterfly is found in Indonesia, Sulawesi, Borneo, Java, Sumatra and in the Philippines

Background imageCutouts Collection: James Clerk Maxwell, caricature

James Clerk Maxwell, caricature
James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879). Caricature of the Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell. Maxwells works cover a wide area of science

Background imageCutouts Collection: Antikythera mechanism, artwork C017 / 7190

Antikythera mechanism, artwork C017 / 7190
Antikythera mechanism, artwork. This early form of mechanical calculator was found circa 1900 in a 1st-century BC Roman shipwreck

Background imageCutouts Collection: Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule F007 / 9894

Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule F007 / 9894
Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule. Computer model of the secondary structure of immunoglobulin G (IgG). This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids

Background imageCutouts Collection: John Venn, caricature C013 / 7595

John Venn, caricature C013 / 7595
John Venn (1834-1923). Caricature of the British logician and philosopher John Venn. Venn is best known for introducing the Venn diagram, which is used in many fields, including set theory

Background imageCutouts Collection: Passion flower pollen, SEM

Passion flower pollen, SEM
Passion flower pollen. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) pollen grain. Pollen grains are the male gametes (sex cells) of a plant

Background imageCutouts Collection: Edwin Hubble, US astronomer C008 / 8831

Edwin Hubble, US astronomer C008 / 8831
Edwin Hubble. Caricature of the US astronomer, cosmologist, athlete and boxer Edwin Powell Hubble (1889-1953) smoking a pipe

Background imageCutouts Collection: Painted lady butterfly C016 / 2299

Painted lady butterfly C016 / 2299
Painted lady (Vanessa cardui) butterfly. This butterfly is found in Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia. Specimen obtained from the University of Valencia, Spain

Background imageCutouts Collection: Wall Gecko (Tarentola mauritanica), Majorca, Spain, Europe

Wall Gecko (Tarentola mauritanica), Majorca, Spain, Europe

Background imageCutouts Collection: Ernest Rutherford, caricature

Ernest Rutherford, caricature
Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937). Caricature of the New Zealand physicist Ernest Rutherford, with an electron orbiting his head

Background imageCutouts Collection: 1, animal, animals, aquatic, belauensis, blue, bodies, body, cephalopod, cephalopods

1, animal, animals, aquatic, belauensis, blue, bodies, body, cephalopod, cephalopods
Palau Nautilus (Nautilus belauensis), Palau, Micronesia, Pacific

Background imageCutouts Collection: Isaac Newton, caricature C013 / 7593

Isaac Newton, caricature C013 / 7593
Isaac Newton (1642-1727). Caricature of the English physicist, mathematician and alchemist Sir Isaac Newton, holding a rainbow

Background imageCutouts Collection: Brain motor cortex pathways, artwork C016 / 6532

Brain motor cortex pathways, artwork C016 / 6532
Brain motor cortex pathways. Artwork of a sectioned human brain, brainstem and spinal cord, showing neural pathways (red and blue) from the motor cortex of the brain

Background imageCutouts Collection: Bacterial meningitis, MRI scan

Bacterial meningitis, MRI scan
Bacterial meningitis. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of an axial section through the brain of a 16-year-old patient

Background imageCutouts Collection: Chloroplast structure, artwork

Chloroplast structure, artwork
Chloroplast structure. Artwork showing the internal structure of chloroplasts, the organelles in plant cells responsible for photosynthesis

Background imageCutouts Collection: Pierre de Fermat, caricature C015 / 6714

Pierre de Fermat, caricature C015 / 6714
Pierre de Fermat, caricature

Background imageCutouts Collection: Leonard Euler, caricature C015 / 6711

Leonard Euler, caricature C015 / 6711
Leonhard Euler (1707-1783). Caricature of the Swiss mathematician and physicist Leonhard Euler. Euler made discoveries in a wide range of fields, including geometry, infinitesimal calculus

Background imageCutouts Collection: James Watt, caricature C015 / 6706

James Watt, caricature C015 / 6706
James Watt (1736-1819). Caricature of the Scottish engineer and inventor James Watt. Watt made numerous practical improvements to the steam engine of his day

Background imageCutouts Collection: Augustin Cauchy, caricature C015 / 6700

Augustin Cauchy, caricature C015 / 6700
Augustin Cauchy (1789-1857). Caricature of the French mathematician Augustin Cauchy. Cauchy was a pioneer of analysis and the theory of permutation groups

Background imageCutouts Collection: Erwin Schrodinger, caricature C013 / 7591

Erwin Schrodinger, caricature C013 / 7591
Erwin Schrodinger (1887-1961). Caricature of the Austrian physicist Erwin Schrodinger holding a cat. In 1926, Schrodinger published a series of papers that founded the science of quantum wave

Background imageCutouts Collection: Fox-and-cubs or Orange Hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum)

Fox-and-cubs or Orange Hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum)

Background imageCutouts Collection: Joseph Priestley, caricature C015 / 6707

Joseph Priestley, caricature C015 / 6707
Joseph Priestley (1733-1804). Caricature of the British chemist and clergyman Joseph Priestley. Priestly is best known as the discoverer of oxygen

Background imageCutouts Collection: Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) tree C016 / 3345

Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) tree C016 / 3345
Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) tree. Artwork of a common hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) tree (left), with close-ups showing the leaves, flowers (white) and berries (red)

Background imageCutouts Collection: Girl, teenager, serious

Girl, teenager, serious

Background imageCutouts Collection: At sign on a computer keyboard, symbolic image for the internet

At sign on a computer keyboard, symbolic image for the internet

Background imageCutouts Collection: Hen, historical artwork

Hen, historical artwork. 16th Century woodcut print of a hen. Published in Histoire de la nature des oyseaux by the French naturalist Pierre Belon (1555)

Background imageCutouts Collection: Fish anatomy, historical model

Fish anatomy, historical model
Fish anatomy. 1950s anatomical model showing the internal organs of a typical fish

Background imageCutouts Collection: RNA-editing enzyme, molecular model

RNA-editing enzyme, molecular model
RNA-editing enzyme. Molecular model of a left-handed, RNA double helix (Z-RNA, centre) bound by the Z alpha domain of the human RNA-editing enzyme ADAR1 (double-stranded RNA adenosine deaminase)

Background imageCutouts Collection: Normal human brain, MRI scan C016 / 8845

Normal human brain, MRI scan C016 / 8845
Brain. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a sagittal section through a patients head showing a healthy human brain

Background imageCutouts Collection: Stone Age carving, Magdalenian culture C014 / 2411

Stone Age carving, Magdalenian culture C014 / 2411
Stone Age carving, Magdalenian culture. This object, carved from reindeer antler, shows a bison turning its head, possibly to lick an insect bite

Background imageCutouts Collection: Phantom pain after amputation, artwork

Phantom pain after amputation, artwork
Phantom pain after amputation. Artwork of a man experiencing phantom pain (red flash) from his amputated hand (left). This is caused by stimuli to the motor and pre-motor cortical areas of his brain

Background imageCutouts Collection: Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand

Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand, molecular model. The double helix of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, red and yellow) is seen here with two Zif268 proteins (blue and green)

Background imageCutouts Collection: Henri Poincare, caricature C015 / 6708

Henri Poincare, caricature C015 / 6708
Henri Poincare, caricature

Background imageCutouts Collection: Red Lady of Paviland femur C016 / 5028

Red Lady of Paviland femur C016 / 5028
Red Lady of Paviland femur. This fossil femur, stained red with ochre, is part of a human fossil skeleton (Homo sapiens) known as the Red Lady of Paviland (Paviland 1)

Background imageCutouts Collection: Sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) tree C016 / 3341

Sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) tree C016 / 3341
Sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) tree. Artwork of a sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) tree, with a close-up showing a chestnut on a branch (upper right)



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"Cutouts: Exploring the Intricate World of Science, Nature, and Art" Richard Feynman's captivating presence shines through in this caricature cutout (C015 / 6715), capturing his brilliance and charisma. Dive into the intricate network of brain blood vessels with this stunning 3D angiogram cutout (C007 / 1981), revealing the complexity hidden within our minds. Dmitri Mendeleev comes to life in this lively caricature cutout, showcasing the genius behind the periodic table of elements. Indulge your senses with a vibrant display of fresh loquat fruits and green leaves, beautifully captured in this enticing cutout. "Burning the candle at both ends" takes on a whole new meaning with this striking artwork cutout (C014 / 1258), reminding us to find balance amidst our busy lives. Uncover the fascinating world of anesthesia as it inhibits an ion channel, depicted in this intriguing scientific cutout (C015 / 6718). The majestic barn owl comes alive through intricate artwork in this captivating cutout (C016 / 3233), celebrating nature's beauty and diversity. Immerse yourself in the enchanting sea green swallowtail butterfly, its delicate wings showcased elegantly in this mesmerizing cutout. Niels Bohr's profound contributions to quantum mechanics are playfully portrayed in this thought-provoking caricature cutout, capturing his intellectual prowess. James Clerk Maxwell's brilliance is brought to life through artistry in this engaging caricature cutout, honoring his groundbreaking work on electromagnetism. Explore the intricacies of immunology with a close-up view of an Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule captured perfectly in this scientific marvel of a cutout.