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Research Labware Petri Dishes With Agar
Research Labware Petri Dishes With Agar
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Laboratory Glassware Lab Testubes Test Tubes
Laboratory Glassware Lab Testubes Test Tubes
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Salmonella culture
Salmonella culture
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Laboratory Glassware Lab 500Ml Flask
Laboratory Glassware Lab 500Ml Flask
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Praxinoscope Theatre
Praxinoscope Theatre
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Microscope, light passing through lenses and focusing on glass slide
Microscope, light passing through lenses and focusing on glass slide
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Illustration of laboratory worker handling radioactive materials through holes in a glass
Illustration of laboratory worker handling radioactive materials through holes in a glass
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Illustration of scientist working in a laboratory
Illustration of scientist working in a laboratory
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Andes Christ
Andes Christ
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Girton Laboratory
Girton Laboratory
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Radiotelescope
Radiotelescope
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Telescope
Telescope
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Laboratory Glassware Lab Testubes Test Tubes Featured Print

Laboratory Glassware Lab Testubes Test Tubes

Test tubes are heat resistant glass tubes used in science and medical research worldwide. They can be used for mixing liquids or as a culture chamber or for fermentation processes. Test tubes can be cleaned in the autoclave machine. Test tubes are used for science and non-science applications. Laboratory glassware lab testubes test tubes

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Chemist holding test tube in studio, (B&W), portrait
Chemist holding test tube in studio, (B&W), portrait
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Signal Failure
Signal Failure
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Telegraphy Worker
Telegraphy Worker
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Mind Machine
Mind Machine
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Bus Driver
Bus Driver
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Speed Trap
Speed Trap
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Chemical Lecture
Chemical Lecture
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Artificial Lightning
Artificial Lightning
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Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794) and His Wife..., 1788. Creator: Jacques-Louis David
Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794) and His Wife..., 1788. Creator: Jacques-Louis David
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In the Laboratory, ca. 1885-87. Creator: Henry Alexander
In the Laboratory, ca. 1885-87. Creator: Henry Alexander
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William Crookes and vacuum tube, 1903
William Crookes and vacuum tube, 1903
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Technician examines bacteria on a petri dish
Technician examines bacteria on a petri dish
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Technician examines bacteria on a petri dish Featured Print

Technician examines bacteria on a petri dish

MODEL RELEASED. Bacterial culture. Masked technician examining a petri dish containing a bacterial culture using a platinum wire loop held in gloved hands. This petri dish has an agar nutrient medium on which bacteria are grown. Lines of bacteria can be seen growing on the dish where they were streaked. This involves running a wire loop that has been placed in contact with a bacterial culture over the agar. By heating the loop, each successive set of streaked lines leaves fewer bacteria, until round colonies form around single bacteria. This technique is used to isolate particular strains of bacteria, which may then be incubated and grown in pure form

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The Great Salmon Industry, c1948. Creator: Unknown
The Great Salmon Industry, c1948. Creator: Unknown
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Gold, late 19th century. Creator: George Greatbach
Gold, late 19th century. Creator: George Greatbach
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Marie Curie, Polish-born French physicist, c1920
Marie Curie, Polish-born French physicist, c1920
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A Chemical Laboratory in 1747, 1747, (1904)
A Chemical Laboratory in 1747, 1747, (1904)
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Michael Faraday, British chemist and physicist, c1845. Artist: J Cook
Michael Faraday, British chemist and physicist, c1845. Artist: J Cook
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Examination Laboratory of the Medico-Legal Service, 1914
Examination Laboratory of the Medico-Legal Service, 1914
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Student laboratory, Sterling Chemical Laboratory, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Student laboratory, Sterling Chemical Laboratory, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
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Million volt X-ray tube, 1938
Million volt X-ray tube, 1938
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Illustration from Le Proprietaire des Choses, 1500 (1964)
Illustration from Le Proprietaire des Choses, 1500 (1964)
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Pierre and Marie Curie in their laboratory, 1898 (1951)
Pierre and Marie Curie in their laboratory, 1898 (1951)
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Frederic Joliot and Irene Joliot-Curie, French scientists, 1935
Frederic Joliot and Irene Joliot-Curie, French scientists, 1935
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Marcellin Berthelot, French organic chemist and politician, 1903
Marcellin Berthelot, French organic chemist and politician, 1903
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Pierre and Marie Curie in their laboratory, 1898 (1951) Featured Print

Pierre and Marie Curie in their laboratory, 1898 (1951)

Pierre and Marie Curie in their laboratory. 1898, (1951). Polish-born Marie Curie and her husband Pierre continued the work on radioactivity started by Henri Becquerel. In 1898, they discovered two new elements, polonium and radium. Marie did most of the work of producing these elements, and to this day her notebooks are still too radioactive to use. She went on to become the first woman to be awarded a doctorate in France, and continued her work after Pierre's death in 1906. In 1903 they shared the Nobel Prize for Physics with Becquerel. A print from 100 Years in Pictures, A panorama of History in the Making, text by DC Somervell, Odhams press Limited, London, 1951

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The Most Mysterious Substance in Nature - Radium, 1903.Artist: Alfred Hugh Fisher
The Most Mysterious Substance in Nature - Radium, 1903.Artist: Alfred Hugh Fisher
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Adams still, 1886
Adams still, 1886
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Thomas Alva Edison, American inventor and businessman, 1926
Thomas Alva Edison, American inventor and businessman, 1926
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Louis Pasteur, 19th century French microbiologist and chemist, (1900)
Louis Pasteur, 19th century French microbiologist and chemist, (1900)
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Alchemists laboratory, 1595. Artist: Hans Vredeman de Vries
Alchemists laboratory, 1595. Artist: Hans Vredeman de Vries
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Laboratory and chart, 1751-1777
Laboratory and chart, 1751-1777
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The electric furnace, 1890-1910
The electric furnace, 1890-1910
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James Dewar, Scottish chemist and physicist in his laboratory, c1890
James Dewar, Scottish chemist and physicist in his laboratory, c1890
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Antoine Lavoisiers apparatus for weighing gases, 1789
Antoine Lavoisiers apparatus for weighing gases, 1789
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Antoine Lavoisiers apparatus for synthesizing water from hydrogen (left
Antoine Lavoisiers apparatus for synthesizing water from hydrogen (left
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Guillaume Francois Riuelle, 18th century French chemist, 1874
Guillaume Francois Riuelle, 18th century French chemist, 1874
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Lavoisiers investigation of the existence of oxygen in the air, late 18th century, (1894)
Lavoisiers investigation of the existence of oxygen in the air, late 18th century, (1894)
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