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Images Dated 8th August 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: 1976 German GP

1976 German GP
NuRBURGRING, GERMANY - AUGUST 08: James Hunt, McLaren M23 Ford during the German GP at Nurburgring on August 08, 2002 in Nurburgring, Germany. (Photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch)

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Ashby De La Zouch Castle

Ashby De La Zouch Castle
Now a ruin, the castle began as a manor house in the 12th century. Ashby De La Zouch, Leicestershire. IoE 187707

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Babys Feet

Babys Feet

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Smell pathway

Smell pathway. Artwork of the pathway involved in the sensation of smelling a flower. The perception of smell starts in the lining (mucosa) of the nose (1)

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Field With Combine At Sunset

Field With Combine At Sunset

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Two Lane Country Road In Mountains After Rain

Two Lane Country Road In Mountains After Rain

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Single Lane Road Leading To Storm Cloud

Single Lane Road Leading To Storm Cloud

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Sunset Over Wheat Field

Sunset Over Wheat Field

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Teenager skateboarding down road

Teenager skateboarding down road
Teenager Skateboarding Down Road

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Rainbow In Country Field With Gold Clouds

Rainbow In Country Field With Gold Clouds

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Semi-Trailer Truck

Semi-Trailer Truck

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Crown Mines, near Lands End, Cornwall

Crown Mines, near Lands End, Cornwall

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Coloured SEM of a marsh slug, Agriolimax laevis

Coloured SEM of a marsh slug, Agriolimax laevis
Marsh slug. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a garden or marsh slug (Agriolimax laevis). At centre left is the mantle which is a fold of skin which covers the internal

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Artwork of futuristic colony on an alien landscape

Artwork of futuristic colony on an alien landscape
Planet colonisation. Computer artwork of a domed futuristic colony on the surface of an alien planet such as Mars. The transparent dome houses a community of humans and plants

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Coloured SEM of the stomach mucosa & gastric pit

Coloured SEM of the stomach mucosa & gastric pit
Stomach wall. Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of the surface of the fundus region of the human stomach. At centre is a dark opening known as a gastric pit

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Colour SEM of villi in the small intestine

Colour SEM of villi in the small intestine
Intestinal villi. Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of villi in the small intestine. Villi are folded projections of the mucous membrane that line the inside wall of the small intestine

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Immune system components

Immune system components
Immune system. Conceptual computer artwork of a man standing with his arms outstretched surrounded by components of the immune system. The skeletal system is seen, with the joints highlighted in red

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Artwork of a comet passing Earth

Artwork of a comet passing Earth

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Halogene bulb testing

Halogene bulb testing

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Polarised LM of a molar tooth showing decay

Polarised LM of a molar tooth showing decay

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Fear

Fear. Conceptual artwork of a screaming woman seeing through her hands, which are covering her eyes. This could represent fear or terror

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Fear

Fear. Conceptual artwork of a screaming woman seeing through her hands, which are covering her eyes. This could represent fear or terror

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Jet lag

Jet lag, conceptual artwork. This could represent the tiredness and disorientation that can result due to long haul flights across time zones

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Blood clot

Blood clot. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a blood clot in connective tissue. Connective tissue supports or binds specialized tissues and organs of the body

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Goitre

Goitre. Artwork comparing a healthy (left) and enlarged (goitre, right) thyroid gland (lower centre, blue). An enlarged thyroid may result from hormonal imbalances

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Seat Fitting: Zsolt Baumgartner visits the Jordan team for a seat fitting in preparation for

Seat Fitting: Zsolt Baumgartner visits the Jordan team for a seat fitting in preparation for the Hungarian Grand Prix
Zsolt Baumgartner (HUN) visits the Jordan team for a seat fitting in preparation for the Hungarian Grand Prix where he will be driving 2 demonstration laps

Background imageImages Dated 8th August 2002: Formula One World Championship: Jim Crawford Lotus 72F qualified twenty-fifth

Formula One World Championship: Jim Crawford Lotus 72F qualified twenty-fifth and finished thirteenth in his second
Jim Crawford (GBR) Lotus 72F qualified twenty-fifth and finished thirteenth in his second and final GP appearance. Italian Grand Prix, Monza, 7 September 1975


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