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"The Unveiling of the Scientific Mind: A Journey through Time and Space" In Joseph Wright's masterpiece, "The Orrery, " we witness the birth of scientific curiosity

Background imageScientist Collection: Rosalind Franklin

Rosalind Franklin
ROSALIND FRANKLIN Pioneer Molecular Biologist she made important contributions to understanding the structure of DNA

Background imageScientist Collection: The Orrery by Joseph Wright

The Orrery by Joseph Wright (1734-1797). This artwork was painted in 1766. Its full title is A Philospher giving a Lecture on the Orrery in which a Lamp is put in place of the Sun

Background imageScientist Collection: 1689 Sir Isaac Newton portrait young

1689 Sir Isaac Newton portrait young
Sir Isaac Newton ( 4 January 1643 -31 March 1727). English physicist and mathematician. 18th Century Mezzotint portrait after the painting by Sir Godfrey Kneller 1689, with later colouring

Background imageScientist Collection: The Airpump by Joseph Wright

The Airpump by Joseph Wright
The Air Pump by Joseph Wright (1734-1797). This artwork was painted in 1768. Its full title is An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump

Background imageScientist Collection: Mass spectrometer, 1954

Mass spectrometer, 1954
Mass spectrometer. Researchers adjusting the controls of a mass spectrometer. This is an all-metal demountable mass spectrometer

Background imageScientist Collection: Carl Sagan, US astronomer

Carl Sagan, US astronomer
Carl Edward Sagan (1934-1996), US astronomer and astrochemist. Sagan was a consultant and adviser to NASA, and worked on the Apollo mission, as well as the Mariner, Viking, Voyager

Background imageScientist Collection: Marie Curie / Photograph

Marie Curie / Photograph
MARIE CURIE Polish scientist

Background imageScientist Collection: The School of Athens. (Fresco in Stanza della Segnatura), ca 1510-1511. Creator: Raphael

The School of Athens. (Fresco in Stanza della Segnatura), ca 1510-1511. Creator: Raphael
The School of Athens. (Fresco in Stanza della Segnatura), ca 1510-1511. Private Collection

Background imageScientist Collection: Dmitri Mendeleev, caricature

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

Background imageScientist 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 imageScientist Collection: Apollo 17 astronaut

Apollo 17 astronaut. US astronaut and geologist Dr Harrison Schmitt exploring the Taurus-Littrow region of the Moon, as part of NASAs Apollo 17 mission

Background imageScientist Collection: Portrait de Michel de Nostre-Dame (Nostre Dame), dit Nostradamus, astrologue (1503-1566), detail

Portrait de Michel de Nostre-Dame (Nostre Dame), dit Nostradamus, astrologue (1503-1566), detail
GNG5264137 Portrait de Michel de Nostre-Dame (Nostre Dame), dit Nostradamus, astrologue (1503-1566), detail, Maison de Nostradamus, Salon de Provence, Bouches du Rhone by Unknown Artist

Background imageScientist Collection: Charles Darwin, British naturalist

Charles Darwin, British naturalist
Charles Darwin (1809-1882), British naturalist. Darwin had briefly studied medicine and then trained in the clergy, but his interest was in natural history

Background imageScientist Collection: ATLAS detector, CERN

ATLAS detector, CERN
ATLAS detector. Engineer standing on a platform in front of the ATLAS (a torodial LHC apparatus) detector (circular) at CERN (the European particle physics laboratory) near Geneva, Switzerland

Background imageScientist Collection: CMS detector, CERN

CMS detector, CERN
CMS detector. Part of the CMS (compact muon solenoid) detector at CERN (the European particle physics laboratory) near Geneva, Switzerland

Background imageScientist Collection: Emerald Tablet, Smaragdine Table or Tabula Smaragdina

Emerald Tablet, Smaragdine Table or Tabula Smaragdina. Work attributed to the legendary alchemist Hermes Trismegistus who summarizes the process Magnum Opus or Great work for the creation of

Background imageScientist Collection: 1490 Leonardo Da Vinci colour portrait

1490 Leonardo Da Vinci colour portrait
Leonardo da Vinci, Italian artist and inventor (15 April 1452 - 2 May 1519). Engraved portrait by J. Posselwhite in The Gallery of Portraits 1835 with later colouring

Background imageScientist Collection: Sir Isaac Newton, English mathematician

Sir Isaac Newton, English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist, theologian and occultist

Background imageScientist Collection: Fifth Physics Congress Solvay, Brussels, 1927 (b/w photo)

Fifth Physics Congress Solvay, Brussels, 1927 (b/w photo)
ACD157380 Fifth Physics Congress Solvay, Brussels, 1927 (b/w photo) by Unknown photographer, (20th century); Academie des Sciences, Paris, France; (add.info.: First row : Irving Langmuir (1881-1957)

Background imageScientist Collection: The Bookworm, 1850

The Bookworm, 1850. Found in the collection of Museum Georg Schafer, Schweinfurt

Background imageScientist Collection: Michael Redgrave and Richard Todd

Michael Redgrave and Richard Todd
as Barnes Wallis and Wing Commander Guy Gibson in a scene from The Dam Busters

Background imageScientist Collection: Charles Darwin, British naturalist

Charles Darwin, British naturalist
Charles Darwin (1809-1882), British naturalist. Animals are shown bursting through the side of Darwins head. This could represent Darwins theories of evolution and natural selection

Background imageScientist Collection: Immanuel Kant, caricature

Immanuel Kant, caricature
Immanuel Kant. Caricature of the German philosopher Immanuel Kant (1724-1804). Kant published various influential philosophical works on the natural sciences, particularly geophysics and astronomy

Background imageScientist Collection: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Transformation of Dr Jekyll into Mr Hyde, a scene from Robert Louis Stevensons novel. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageScientist Collection: Marie Curie - Nobel Prize-winning Polish Scientist

Marie Curie - Nobel Prize-winning Polish Scientist
Marie Curie (1867-1934) - Polish Scientist, twice the recipient of the Nobel Prize for her pioneering research on radioactivity, the first woman Nobel winner. Date: 1911

Background imageScientist 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 imageScientist Collection: BERNHARD RIEMANN (1826-1866). George Friedrich Bernhard Riemann. German mathematician

BERNHARD RIEMANN (1826-1866). George Friedrich Bernhard Riemann. German mathematician. Reproduction of a 19th century engraving

Background imageScientist Collection: Kapitsa and Androv, Russian physicists

Kapitsa and Androv, Russian physicists. Pyotr Leonidovich Kapitsa (left, 1894-1984) is listening to a graduate student called Androv (right), who is defending his doctoral thesis

Background imageScientist Collection: Humphry Davy, caricature

Humphry Davy, caricature
Humphry Davy. Caricature of the British chemist and physicist Humphry Davy (1778-1829), holding a Davy lamp. The Davy lamp was a safety lamp designed for use in coal mines

Background imageScientist Collection: Birstall, W Yorkshire - Unveiling statue of Joseph Priestly

Birstall, W Yorkshire - Unveiling statue of Joseph Priestly
Birstall, W Yorkshire - Unveiling the statue of Joseph Priestly on 12th October 1912 - at this point the unveiling party had adjourned to the Temperance Hall

Background imageScientist Collection: Dr William Gilbert (1544-1603) showing his Experiment on Electricity to Queen Elizabeth I

Dr William Gilbert (1544-1603) showing his Experiment on Electricity to Queen Elizabeth I
BAL99459 Dr William Gilbert (1544-1603) showing his Experiment on Electricity to Queen Elizabeth I and her Court, 19th century (oil on canvas) (see detail 99460) by Hunt

Background imageScientist 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 imageScientist Collection: CARL G. JUNG (1875-1961). Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist. Oil over a photograph, n. d

CARL G. JUNG (1875-1961). Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist. Oil over a photograph, n. d
CARL G. JUNG (1875-1961). Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist. Oil over a photograph, n.d

Background imageScientist Collection: JACQUES COUSTEAU (1910-1997). French oceanographer. Cousteau climbing into his Diving Saucer

JACQUES COUSTEAU (1910-1997). French oceanographer. Cousteau climbing into his Diving Saucer on board the Calypso docked in New York Harbor in August 1959

Background imageScientist Collection: PSCI2A-00011

PSCI2A-00011
Isaac Newton using a prism to analyze the colors in a ray of light. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageScientist Collection: Charles Darwin, caricatured in Vanity Fair

Charles Darwin, caricatured in Vanity Fair
Caricature of the naturalist Charles Darwin in Vanity Fair Magazine, 1871

Background imageScientist Collection: Printing press used by Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), U. S. statesman and scientist

Printing press used by Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), U. S. statesman and scientist. Colored engraving

Background imageScientist Collection: Bolts of electricity discharging in the lab of Nikola Tesla

Bolts of electricity discharging in the lab of Nikola Tesla
Inventor and scientist Nikola Tesla in his lab while his magnifying transmitter high voltage generator produces bolts of electricity. December 1899

Background imageScientist Collection: Illustration of Hookes Law on elasticity of materials, showing stretching of a spring

Illustration of Hookes Law on elasticity of materials, showing stretching of a spring. Robert Hooke (1635-1703), English scientist and inventor, formulated his law in 1676

Background imageScientist 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 imageScientist Collection: Tokamak-15 nuclear fusion reactor C013 / 1348

Tokamak-15 nuclear fusion reactor C013 / 1348
Tokamak-15 nuclear fusion reactor. Nuclear engineer standing on top of the Tokamak-15 (T-15) nuclear fusion reactor at the Kurchatov Institute of Nuclear Power, near Moscow, Russia

Background imageScientist Collection: LEONARDO DA VINCI (1452-1519). Anatomic studio

LEONARDO DA VINCI (1452-1519). Anatomic studio. Drawing

Background imageScientist Collection: JOHN FLAMSTEED, c. 1700. Royal astronomer John Flamsteed, his one paid assistant, and friend, Marsh

JOHN FLAMSTEED, c. 1700. Royal astronomer John Flamsteed, his one paid assistant, and friend, Marsh, in the old observing room at the Greenwich Observatory, England. English color engraving, c. 1700

Background imageScientist Collection: Scene in a lecture theatre

Scene in a lecture theatre, with chemical equations written on the blackboard, a woman giving a lecture, and students taking notes. circa 1940s

Background imageScientist Collection: Notes by Leonardo da Vinci

Notes by Leonardo da Vinci on the flow of water. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), an Italian artist, sculptor, architect and musician

Background imageScientist Collection: Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin
Portrait of Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist and author of the Origin of Species aged about 65 years. He suggested that natural variation in a species creates a wide range of

Background imageScientist Collection: James Clerk Maxwell, Scottish physicist

James Clerk Maxwell, Scottish physicist
James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), Scottish physicist. Maxwells works cover a wide area of science, and he is regarded as one of the finest minds of the 19th century

Background imageScientist Collection: Andrei Kolmogorov, Soviet mathematician

Andrei Kolmogorov, Soviet mathematician
Andrei Kolmogorov (1903-1987), Soviet mathematician. Kolmogorov is widely considered one of the most prominent mathematicians of the 20th century



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"The Unveiling of the Scientific Mind: A Journey through Time and Space" In Joseph Wright's masterpiece, "The Orrery, " we witness the birth of scientific curiosity. The scientist, illuminated by candlelight, gazes intently at the intricate model of our solar system. Inspired by this scene, we embark on a voyage to explore the minds that shaped our understanding of the universe. Rosalind Franklin's pioneering work in X-ray crystallography unraveled DNA's double helix structure, forever changing biology. Her determination and brilliance paved the way for modern genetics. A young Sir Isaac Newton stares out from his portrait with an air of contemplation. His groundbreaking laws of motion and universal gravitation revolutionized physics and laid the foundation for centuries to come. At Brussels' Fifth Physics Congress in 1927, a black-and-white photograph captures luminaries like Einstein and Bohr discussing quantum mechanics. This gathering marked a turning point in our comprehension of reality at its most fundamental level. Carl Sagan, renowned astronomer and science communicator extraordinaire, captivated millions with his infectious enthusiasm for space exploration. Through his TV series "Cosmos, " he inspired generations to ponder humanity's place in an infinite cosmos. Richard Feynman’s caricature depicts him as both brilliant physicist and charismatic teacher—a true iconoclast who demystified complex concepts while making learning fun. Marie Curie's photograph immortalizes her groundbreaking research on radioactivity—the first woman to win Nobel Prizes in two different fields—physics and chemistry—her legacy continues to inspire aspiring scientists worldwide. The Emerald Tablet—an ancient alchemical text—symbolizes humanity's quest for knowledge since time immemorial. Its enigmatic verses have intrigued scholars across centuries as they sought wisdom hidden within its cryptic words. An Apollo 17 astronaut floats weightlessly above Earth—a testament to human ingenuity reaching beyond our planet’s boundaries; their daring exploration expanded our understanding of the cosmos.