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Images Dated 11th March 2005

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A skier enjoys his first ride down the freshly maintained slope in Fieberbrunn in austria Featured 11 Mar 2005 Print

A skier enjoys his first ride down the freshly maintained slope in Fieberbrunn in austria

A skier enjoys his first ride down the freshly maintained slope in Fieberbrunn, western Austria, March 11, 2005. After several days of heavy snowfall in which the mountains slopes gained almost a metre of a new snow, the morning sun created perfect conditions for ski fans. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Petr Josek PJ/WS - RP6DRMSCOFAC

Mast cell, SEM Featured 11 Mar 2005 Print

Mast cell, SEM

Mast cell, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Mast cells are a type of white blood cell that are found in connective tissue. Within the cell's cytoplasm are granules containing chemical mediators, including histamine (grey granules) and heparin. When the mast cell is activated, either by an allergic reaction or in response to injury or inflammation, these granules are released into the tissues. Histamine is responsible for the symptoms of an allergic reaction. It causes pain and itching, dilates capillaries and makes them more permeable, leading to red skin and swelling. Heparin is an anticoagulant, it prevents blood from clotting. Magnification: x1750 when printed 10 centimetres wide

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Bone tool, Cueva Mayor Featured 11 Mar 2005 Print

Bone tool, Cueva Mayor

Bone tool, Cueva Mayor. This carved bone tool was used to make holes, in skins for example. Cueva Mayor was first discovered in 1910 and is believed to contain evidence of the final phase of human evolution, between 127, 000 and 11, 000 years ago. However, more recent human occupation in this cave dating back 3, 800 years means that it will take time to excavate through the Early Bronze Age levels to the Upper Pleistocene levels. Cueva Mayor is one of several sites in Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain, that have been studied on and off over the past century, leading to a massive advancement in the understanding of human evolution. In 2000, Sierra de Atapuerca was made a world heritage site by UNESCO

© JAVIER TRUEBA/MSF/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY