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Pulse Collection

"Pulse: A Multifaceted Phenomenon Unveiling the Rhythms of Life" Supernova Explosion: Witnessing the birth and death of stars

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Supernova explosion, artwork
Supernova explosion, computer artwork. Supernovas are the explosive deaths of massive stars

Background imagePulse Collection: Optical computing

Optical computing. Coloured light micrograph of a section through a hybrid electronic-optical circuit board. Optical waveguides (red) are used to transmit data in the form of light pulses

Background imagePulse Collection: Nerve cell

Nerve cell. Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body

Background imagePulse Collection: Sprouting beans

Sprouting beans. Sprouted adzuki beans, mung beans, green lentils and chickpeas. Sprouted pulses and seeds are highly nutritious, containing calcium, niacin, B vitamins and minerals

Background imagePulse Collection: Red lentils

Red lentils

Background imagePulse Collection: Chinese Doctor / Ca 1915

Chinese Doctor / Ca 1915
A Chinese doctor feels the pulse of an aristocratic patient with exceedingly long finger nails

Background imagePulse Collection: Pulsar

Pulsar, artwork. This stellar object is a rapidly- rotating neutron star. Neutron stars have powerful magnetic fields (shown by the purple lines)

Background imagePulse Collection: And How Are We Feeling Today? English cartoon, 1945, by Sir Bernard Partridge depicting

And How Are We Feeling Today? English cartoon, 1945, by Sir Bernard Partridge depicting the doctors Churchill
CARTOON: BIG THREE, 1945. And How Are We Feeling Today? English cartoon, 1945, by Sir Bernard Partridge depicting the doctors Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin

Background imagePulse Collection: Engraving depicting a man having a turn on the galvanic battery which would shock the person

Engraving depicting a man having a turn on the galvanic battery which would shock the person holding it, 19th century
5309440 Engraving depicting a man having a turn on the galvanic battery which would shock the person holding it, 19th century; (add.info)

Background imagePulse Collection: Lentil, Lens culinaris (Lens esculenta). Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical

Lentil, Lens culinaris (Lens esculenta). Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical illustration by David
FLO4986976 Lentil, Lens culinaris (Lens esculenta). Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical illustration by David Blair from Robert Bentley and Henry Trimen's Medicinal Plants

Background imagePulse Collection: Spring pea, Lathyrus vernus, and lentil, Lens culinaris. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a

Spring pea, Lathyrus vernus, and lentil, Lens culinaris. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration
FLO4668804 Spring pea, Lathyrus vernus, and lentil, Lens culinaris. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicer's Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557

Background imagePulse Collection: An engraving depicting a sphygmograph, 19th century (engraving)

An engraving depicting a sphygmograph, 19th century (engraving)
5311400 An engraving depicting a sphygmograph, 19th century (engraving); (add.info.: a device invented by Etienne-Jules Marey for recording the pulse and variations graphically in blood and pressure)

Background imagePulse Collection: Poem on the Pulse and Urine, 18th century (manuscript)

Poem on the Pulse and Urine, 18th century (manuscript)
2625246 Poem on the Pulse and Urine, 18th century (manuscript); (add.info.: The beginning of a poem on pulse and urine, attributed to Ibn S?n? (Avicenna)

Background imagePulse Collection: Hand measuring a pulse

Hand measuring a pulse
1575835 Hand measuring a pulse; (add.info.: Hand measuring a pulse, depicted in a glass window at the 18th century Oxford Museum of science.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imagePulse Collection: Variety of runner bean, Bean flageolet bloodbutter a oars, Phaseolus vulgaris. Chromolithograph by P

Variety of runner bean, Bean flageolet bloodbutter a oars, Phaseolus vulgaris. Chromolithograph by P
FLO4663506 Variety of runner bean, Bean flageolet bloodbutter a oars, Phaseolus vulgaris. Chromolithograph by P. de Pannemaeker from Jean Linden's l'Illustration Horticole, Brussels

Background imagePulse Collection: The Sick Woman, c.1663-c.1666. Creator: Jan Steen

The Sick Woman, c.1663-c.1666. Creator: Jan Steen
The Sick Woman, c.1663-c.1666

Background imagePulse Collection: Lentils. Red. Oil pump jacks Carmichael Saskatchewan, Canada

Lentils. Red. Oil pump jacks Carmichael Saskatchewan, Canada

Background imagePulse Collection: Oil pump jacks and wheat field Carlyle Saskatchewan, Canada

Oil pump jacks and wheat field Carlyle Saskatchewan, Canada

Background imagePulse Collection: Typical Moroccan Lentil Soup, Tangier, Morocco, North Africa

Typical Moroccan Lentil Soup, Tangier, Morocco, North Africa

Background imagePulse Collection: Boeing E-4B 73-1676

Boeing E-4B 73-1676
United States Air Force - Boeing E-4B 73-1676 (MSN 20682 / 202), on approach. The E-4B is the Airborne Command Post for the use of President of the United States in emergencies

Background imagePulse Collection: Boeing E-4B 75-0125

Boeing E-4B 75-0125
United States Air Force - Boeing E-4B 75-0125 (msn 20949), of the 1st Airborne Command and Control Squadron, at Offutt Air Force Base, in Nebraska, on 8 July 1979

Background imagePulse Collection: Boeing E-4B 74-0787

Boeing E-4B 74-0787
United States Air Force - Boeing E-4B 74-0787 (msn 20684 / 232), on approach. The E-4B is the Airborne Command Post for the use of President of the United States in emergencies

Background imagePulse Collection: Boeing E-4B 73-1677

Boeing E-4B 73-1677
United States Air Force - Boeing E-4B 73-1677 (MSN 20683 / 204), on approach. The E-4B is the Airborne Command Post for the use of President of the United States in emergencies

Background imagePulse Collection: Boeing E-4B 73-1676

Boeing E-4B 73-1676
United States Air Force - Boeing E-4B 73-1676 (MSN 20682 / 202), on approach. The E-4B is the Airborne Command Post for the use of President of the United States in emergencies

Background imagePulse Collection: Boeing E-4B 75-0125

Boeing E-4B 75-0125
United States Air Force - Boeing E-4B 75-0125 (msn 20949 / 257), on approach. The E-4B is the Airborne Command Post for the use of President of the United States in emergencies

Background imagePulse Collection: 193-0082140 Of what ill will he die? plate 40 of Los caprichos, 1799 (etching)

193-0082140 Of what ill will he die? plate 40 of Los caprichos, 1799 (etching)
IND81659 193-0082140 Of what ill will he die? plate 40 of Los caprichos, 1799 (etching) by Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de (1746-1828); 21.6x15.2 cm; Private Collection; Index Fototeca

Background imagePulse Collection: The Pulse (engraving)

The Pulse (engraving)
962761 The Pulse (engraving) by Leloir, Maurice (1853-1940); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Pulse. Illustration for A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy by Laurence Sterne (Lippincott)

Background imagePulse Collection: Prizefighter Robert Prometheus Fitzsimmons at Dr. Woodburys Office in New York

Prizefighter Robert Prometheus Fitzsimmons at Dr. Woodburys Office in New York
MNY381282 Prizefighter Robert Prometheus Fitzsimmons at Dr. Woodburys Office in New York, 1895 (silver gelatin print) by Byron Company (fl.1890-1942); 20.3x25.4 cm; Museum of the City of New York

Background imagePulse Collection: Taking the pulse at the wrist (engraving)

Taking the pulse at the wrist (engraving)
3097137 Taking the pulse at the wrist (engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Taking the pulse at the wrist)

Background imagePulse Collection: Comic postcard, Pretty woman and doctor

Comic postcard, Pretty woman and doctor, misunderstanding Date: 20th century

Background imagePulse Collection: Comic postcard, Middle-aged spinster and doctor Date: 20th century

Comic postcard, Middle-aged spinster and doctor Date: 20th century

Background imagePulse Collection: Sicre Gully or Siclygully Pass between Bengal and Bihar

Sicre Gully or Siclygully Pass between Bengal and Bihar.. Temple on hilltop, elephant and bivouac tents in thet valley. Illustration by Lt. Col

Background imagePulse Collection: Drink, 1845-48 (pen & ink)

Drink, 1845-48 (pen & ink)
6198957 Drink, 1845-48 (pen & ink) by Millais, John Everett (1829-96) (attr.to); 45x61.5 cm; The McManus, Dundee, UK; Dundee Art Galleries and Museums; English, out of copyright

Background imagePulse Collection: A Brahmin doctor taking a pulse, 1827-35 (colour litho)

A Brahmin doctor taking a pulse, 1827-35 (colour litho)
478564 A Brahmin doctor taking a pulse, 1827-35 (colour litho) by Burnouf, M.E. (fl.1827-35); Private Collection; (add.info.: Brahmane Medecin, illustration from L Inde Francaise, Paris: Chabrelle)

Background imagePulse Collection: The Consultation, caricature of Cambaceres (1753-1824) and Napoleon (1769-1821

The Consultation, caricature of Cambaceres (1753-1824) and Napoleon (1769-1821
CHT199699 The Consultation, caricature of Cambaceres (1753-1824) and Napoleon (1769-1821) c.1810-14 (colour litho) by French School, (19th century); Ordre National des Pharmaciens, Paris

Background imagePulse Collection: Spring pea, Lathyrus vernus, and lentil, Lens culinaris

Spring pea, Lathyrus vernus, and lentil, Lens culinaris. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicers Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557

Background imagePulse Collection: Variety of runner bean, Phaseolus vulgaris

Variety of runner bean, Phaseolus vulgaris
Variety of runner bean, Haricot flageolet beurre sanguin a rames, Phaseolus vulgaris. Chromolithograph by P. de Pannemaeker from Jean Lindens l Illustration Horticole, Brussels, 1884

Background imagePulse Collection: Cowpea, Vigna unguiculata

Cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (Chinese dolichos, Dolichos sinensis). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Weddell after a drawing by William Herbert for Samuel Curtis continuation of William Curtis

Background imagePulse Collection: Lentil, Lens culinaris

Lentil, Lens culinaris (Lens esculenta). Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical illustration by David Blair from Robert Bentley and Henry Trimens Medicinal Plants, London, 1880

Background imagePulse Collection: Sickroom (chromolitho)

Sickroom (chromolitho)
972120 Sickroom (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sickroom. educational card.); © Look and Learn

Background imagePulse Collection: A seated candidate for the French Air Service is subjected to a series of tests to gauge

A seated candidate for the French Air Service is subjected to a series of tests to gauge his respiration, hand and pulse, during the firing of a revolver

Background imagePulse Collection: La Visite du medecin (engraving)

La Visite du medecin (engraving)
3644253 La Visite du medecin (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: La Visite du medecin. Illustration for Le Magasin Pittoresque (1843)

Background imagePulse Collection: Antoine Lavoisier (1743-94) and his Experiments into Respiration

Antoine Lavoisier (1743-94) and his Experiments into Respiration
CHT167352 Antoine Lavoisier (1743-94) and his Experiments into Respiration (pen & ink and sepia wash on paper) by Lavoisier

Background imagePulse Collection: The Sick Room, 1864

The Sick Room, 1864
CF37413 The Sick Room, 1864 by Brownlow, Emma (1832-1905); 76.2x101.6 cm; Coram in the care of the Foundling Museum, London; eCoram in the care of the Foundling Museum; English, out of copyright

Background imagePulse Collection: Doctor Foster Went to Gloucester (chromolitho)

Doctor Foster Went to Gloucester (chromolitho)
2811768 Doctor Foster Went to Gloucester (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Doctor Foster Went to Gloucester)

Background imagePulse Collection: The embarrassed doctor or Doctor with a pregnant young girl

The embarrassed doctor or Doctor with a pregnant young girl
CHT157478 The embarrassed doctor or Doctor with a pregnant young girl, early 19th century (coloured litho) by Coeure, Sebastien (1778-p.1831); Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs, Paris



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"Pulse: A Multifaceted Phenomenon Unveiling the Rhythms of Life" Supernova Explosion: Witnessing the birth and death of stars, a pulse that illuminates the cosmos with its breathtaking brilliance. Artwork: Brushstrokes capturing the essence of life's pulsating energy, revealing emotions that resonate within our souls. Nerve Cell: The intricate network of neurons, transmitting electrical impulses at lightning speed, orchestrating our thoughts and actions. Chinese Doctor / Ca 1915: Ancient wisdom meets modern medicine as a skilled practitioner delicately feels your pulse to diagnose ailments and restore balance. Optical Computing: Harnessing light's rapid oscillations to revolutionize information processing, paving the way for faster and more efficient technologies. Sprouting Beans: Nature's vibrant heartbeat emerges as tiny seeds burst forth with life, reaching towards sunlight in an endless cycle of growth. Red Lentils: Nutrient-rich pulses that nourish both body and soul; their scarlet hue symbolizing vitality and passion on our plates. Pulsar: Celestial beacons emitting rhythmic radio waves across vast distances, reminding us of the universe's mesmerizing cadence. Boeing E-4B 73-1676 & Boeing E-4B 75-0125: These airborne command centers stand ready to ensure continuity in times of crisis – their presence a reassuring pulse amidst uncertainty. Oil Pump Jacks in Carmichael Saskatchewan, Canada & Carlyle Saskatchewan, Canada amid Wheat Fields : In these Canadian landscapes where oil pump jacks rhythmically extract precious resources from beneath fertile soil - a testament to human ingenuity intertwined with nature’s heartbeat Boeing E-4B 74-0787 : Another guardian angel soaring above us - this aircraft stands vigilant as a vital communication hub during critical moments – its steady pulse a beacon of hope.