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Human hair follicle and skin
Human hair follicle and skin
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Diagram of facial muscles, front view
Diagram of facial muscles, front view
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Facial muscles of the human face (with labels)
Facial muscles of the human face (with labels)
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Anatomy of human brain, inferior view
Anatomy of human brain, inferior view
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Cross section illustration of human brain showing limbic system and primitive forebrain
Cross section illustration of human brain showing limbic system and primitive forebrain
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Human brain anatomy, lateral view
Human brain anatomy, lateral view
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Muscular system on head
Muscular system on head
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The Airpump by Joseph Wright
The Airpump by Joseph Wright
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Cell types in the mammalian cerebellum: drawing, 1894, by the Spanish histologist Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934)
Cell types in the mammalian cerebellum: drawing, 1894, by the Spanish histologist Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934)
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Uterus lining during menstruation, SEM
Uterus lining during menstruation, SEM
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Human circulatory system, hand-coloured engraving, published in 1861
Human circulatory system, hand-coloured engraving, published in 1861
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Medical ilustration of an appendix with appendicitis
Medical ilustration of an appendix with appendicitis
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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 and is the second of the series of candlelight compositions that established Wright's name. It depicts a public demonstration of the effects of a vacuum created by an air pump using a live bird (top centre). The vacuum suffocates the bird and leads to a painful death, and a distressed female spectator can be seen (right). The Air Pump was influenced by meetings between Wright and his friends, when they demonstrated experiments and discussed the latest scientific developments

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Blood cells
Blood cells
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Illustration of internal organs of a snake including heart, lung, intestines, pancreas, kidney and testis
Illustration of internal organs of a snake including heart, lung, intestines, pancreas, kidney and testis
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Illustration of human lymphatic system
Illustration of human lymphatic system
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Lie detector test
Lie detector test
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Rough endoplasmic reticulum, TEM
Rough endoplasmic reticulum, TEM
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Arterial system, 18th century
Arterial system, 18th century
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Digital illustration showing journey of fertilized human egg
Digital illustration showing journey of fertilized human egg
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Anatomy of human knee joint
Anatomy of human knee joint
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Mechanics of respiration, diagram
Mechanics of respiration, diagram
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Ouchi illusion
Ouchi illusion
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Athlete physiology, artwork
Athlete physiology, artwork
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John Fuller, English philanthropist
John Fuller, English philanthropist
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John Fuller, English philanthropist

John Fuller (1757-1834), English philanthropist. Fuller was born at North Stoneham, Hampshire. At the age of four he lost his father, the local clergyman, and at ten was sent to Eton College. In 1777 Fuller's uncle died, leaving him estates in Sussex and plantations in Jamaica. He stood for parliament in 1780, representing Southampton until 1784 then Sussex from 1801 to 1812. His wealth allowed him to indulge in philanthropy. He was a supporter and sponsor of the Royal Institution in London, he once lent them 1000 pounds and never asked for it back. He endowed the Fullerian chairs in chemistry and physiology, built an observatory in his estate at Brightling in Sussex, paid for the first lifeboat at Eastbourne and a lighthouse at Beachy Head. Much admired by the public, he was popularly known as Mad Jack'. This painting by Henry Singleton hangs at the Royal institution in London

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John Mad Jack Fuller, philanthropist
John Mad Jack Fuller, philanthropist
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Theodor Schwann, German physiologist
Theodor Schwann, German physiologist
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Diagram of the human spine, side view
Diagram of the human spine, side view
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Illustration of human respiratory system showing oral cavity, and nasal cavity, larynx, trachea, bronchus, and lungs
Illustration of human respiratory system showing oral cavity, and nasal cavity, larynx, trachea, bronchus, and lungs
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Cross section illustration of cow digestive system
Cross section illustration of cow digestive system
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Blood coagulation cascade, artwork C016/9873
Blood coagulation cascade, artwork C016/9873
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Human digestive system, artwork
Human digestive system, artwork
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Synapse nerve junction, TEM
Synapse nerve junction, TEM
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Hand
Hand
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Cross-section diagram of human mouth and jaw
Cross-section diagram of human mouth and jaw
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Illustration of human digestive system, including stomach, small intestine and large intestine
Illustration of human digestive system, including stomach, small intestine and large intestine
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Digital illustration of dilated pupil of human eye with contraction of outer radial muscle fibres
Digital illustration of dilated pupil of human eye with contraction of outer radial muscle fibres
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John Mad Jack Fuller, philanthropist

John Fuller (1757-1834), English philanthropist. Fuller was born at North Stoneham, Hampshire. At the age of four he lost his father, the local clergyman, and at ten was sent to Eton College. In 1777 Fuller's uncle died, leaving him estates in Sussex and plantations in Jamaica. He stood for parliament in 1780 and was elected, representing Southampton until 1784 then Sussex from 1801 to 1812. His wealth allowed him to indulge in philanthropy. He was a supporter and sponsor of the Royal Institution in London, he once lent them £1000 (about £100, 000 in modern value) and never asked for it back. He endowed the Fullerian chairs in chemistry and physiology, built an observatory in his estate at Brightling in Sussex, paid for the first lifeboat at Eastbourne and paid for a lighthouse to be built at Beachy Head. Much admired by the public, he was affectionately known as Mad Jack Fuller

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Human foot anatomy showing skin, veins, arteries, muscles and bones
Human foot anatomy showing skin, veins, arteries, muscles and bones
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Brain motor cortex pathways, artwork C016/6532
Brain motor cortex pathways, artwork C016/6532
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Phantom pain after amputation, artwork
Phantom pain after amputation, artwork
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(1849-1936). Russian physiologist. Pavlov (center, with beard) with assistants
(1849-1936). Russian physiologist. Pavlov (center, with beard) with assistants
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Konstantin Buteyko, Soviet doctor
Konstantin Buteyko, Soviet doctor
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Cell division, fluorescent micrograph
Cell division, fluorescent micrograph
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Human fetus inside amniotic sac
Human fetus inside amniotic sac
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Digital illustration of human nervous system connected to spinal cord and brain
Digital illustration of human nervous system connected to spinal cord and brain
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Illustration of cross section of human skin with heat trapped by erect hairs
Illustration of cross section of human skin with heat trapped by erect hairs
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Digital cross section illustration of fish showing gas bladder which contributes to the ability to control buoyancy
Digital cross section illustration of fish showing gas bladder which contributes to the ability to control buoyancy
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Illustration of response to infection after vaccination, involving microbe, antigens, antibody, plas
Illustration of response to infection after vaccination, involving microbe, antigens, antibody, plas
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Digital illustration of Bocas area (purple), Wernickes area (orange), Geschwinds territory (turquoise)
Digital illustration of Bocas area (purple), Wernickes area (orange), Geschwinds territory (turquoise)
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