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"Exploring the vast frontiers of science and technology, from normal knees to X-ray breakthroughs

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Normal knees, X-ray
Normal knees. Frontal X-ray of the flexed knees of a 24 year old patient

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Amazing Crab Nebula

Amazing Crab Nebula
The Crab Nebula, the result of a supernova noted by Earth-bound chroniclers in 1054 A.D. is filled with mysterious filaments that are are not only tremendously complex

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Awful Changes

Awful Changes
A cartoon, published in 1830, 28 years before Darwins Origin Of Species, lampooning theories of evolution. Entitled Awful Changes, it depicts an Ichthyosaurus giving a lecture on a human skull

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Sydney Harbour Bridge
circa 1930: Sydney Harbour Bridge during construction. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Forth Bridge

Forth Bridge
March 1890: Pictures showing various aspects of building the Forth Bridge: its size compared with the Eiffel Tower; a demonstration of the cantilever process; a cassion being towed into position

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Trevithicks Railway

Trevithicks Railway
Richard Trevithicks London Railway and Locomotive at Euston Square, run as an entertainment before the potential of his new high pressure steam engine became fully realised

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R101
4th October 1930: R101 at its moorings in Cardington, Bedfordshire prior to its departure for India. It crashed en-route. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Orion Nebula

Orion Nebula

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Ice-Bound Discovery

Ice-Bound Discovery
A dog team near the ice-bound British National Antarctic Expedition ship RRS Discovery, circa 1903. The expedition was led by Robert Falcon Scott and the third officer was Ernest Shackleton

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Normal knee, X-ray

Normal knee, X-ray
Normal knee. Coloured X-ray of the knee of a 44 year old woman

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Abundance, Astronomy, Black Background, Blue, Color Image, Concepts, Cosmology

Abundance, Astronomy, Black Background, Blue, Color Image, Concepts, Cosmology, Discovery, Exploration, Galaxy, Horizontal, Mystery, Night, No People, Photography, Planetary Science, Polar Climate

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: R-101 Airship in a hangar at Cardington, Bedfordshire

R-101 Airship in a hangar at Cardington, Bedfordshire
1929: The R101 airship in a hangar at Cardington in Bedfordshire. The R101 was 221 m (724 ft) long and had a gas capacity of 140 million litres (5 million cu ft)

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Launch Of Prospero

Launch Of Prospero
The satellite Prospero X-3 is launched from the RaF test range in Woomera, South Australia, by a British Black Arrow carrier rocket, 28th October 1971

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Trumpet-playing robot at the Toyota Kaikan Visitors Center in Toyota City

Trumpet-playing robot at the Toyota Kaikan Visitors Center in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan, Asia

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Normal skull, X-ray

Normal skull, X-ray
Normal skull. Coloured X-ray of the head of a 28 year old patient

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BOAC Comet
The BOAC Comet taxiing onto the runaway at London Airport. The Comet, which will fly to Johannesburg, will be the worlds first jet passenger service. (Photo by Reg Speller/Getty Images)

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Thomas Edison
Thomas Alva Edison (1847 - 1931), American inventor of the carbon telephone transmitter (1877), phonograph (1878), and incandescent lamp with carbon filament (1879)

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Building In Sydney

Building In Sydney
circa 1930: Sydney harbour bridge under construction. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Early hot air balloon flight

Early hot air balloon flight

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Sputnik I

Sputnik I
October 1957: Sputnik I, the first Russian satellite to enter space, displayed on a stand shortly before its launch on October 4, 1957. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Clock Inspection

Clock Inspection
1957: Mr King examining the clock face of Big Ben, in Clock Tower (the clock tower) of the Houses of Parliament, London. (Photo by Frank Martin/BIPs/Getty Images)

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Metal Airship

Metal Airship
Crowds gather to view the first all metal dirigible airship. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Eiffel Construction 11

Eiffel Construction 11
The Eiffel Tower under construction in Paris, France, 31st March 1889. No. 11 in a series of 11. Theophile Feau captured the construction of the tower by taking photographs from the tower of

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Large Fighting Robot
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Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Colored art of a man seated at an old fashioned computer

Colored art of a man seated at an old fashioned computer
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Flask Holding a Chemical
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Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Normal shoulder, X-ray

Normal shoulder, X-ray
Normal shoulder. Coloured X-ray of the shoulder of a 19 year old man

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Invention-Helicopter
Undated picture showing the aerial velocipede, an invention of Mr A. Delprat, which could be the origin of the helicopter

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Normal lower leg, X-ray

Normal lower leg, X-ray
Normal lower leg. X-ray of the lower leg of a 24 year old woman

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Normal abdomen, X-ray

Normal abdomen, X-ray
Normal abdomen. X-ray of the abdomen of a 20 year old female

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Radiography MED01_01_0123
St Bartholomews Hospital, West Smithfield, City Of London. A surgeon examining an x-ray photograph at the Mozelle Sasson High Voltage X-Ray Therapy Department at St Bartholomews Hospital

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Science and Technology
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Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Terry Nation with Daleks December 1964 Terry Nation Writer director, Producer

Terry Nation with Daleks December 1964 Terry Nation Writer director, Producer, picture with his creation the daleks. Tv Programme Doctor Who, Robot, Television Programmes:Dalek, Scifi

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Normal flexed neck, X-ray

Normal flexed neck, X-ray
Normal flexed neck. Coloured X-ray of the flexed cervical spine of a 20 year old female

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Six People on a Phone Conversation

Six People on a Phone Conversation
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Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Normal spine, X-ray

Normal spine, X-ray
Normal spine. Coloured X-ray of the spine of a 24 year old man

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Normal childs knee, X-ray

Normal childs knee, X-ray
Normal childs knee. Frontal X-ray of the knee of a 10 year old child

Background imageScience And Technology Collection: Cordite laboratory HAY03_01_087

Cordite laboratory HAY03_01_087
Royal Naval Cordite Factory, Wareham Road, Holton Heath, Wareham St. Martin, Dorset. The interior of the main laboratory, Royal Naval Cordite Factory

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Lab technician JLP01_08_053108
BERKELEY POWER STATION, BERKELEY, HAM AND STONE, STROUD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. A technician working in the lab at the Berkeley Nuclear Power Station construction site, experimenting with ratios of cement

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Telephone Lines Connecting the USA
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Robot in Outer Space
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Spaceship Traveling in Outer Space
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"Exploring the vast frontiers of science and technology, from normal knees to X-ray breakthroughs. " "From the intricate workings of a normal knee revealed by an X-ray, to the breathtaking beauty of the Crab Nebula in deep space. " "The iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge stands as a testament to human ingenuity, blending science and technology seamlessly into architecture. " "While some changes may be awful, science and technology continue to evolve, bringing forth incredible advancements like the historic Forth Bridge and Trevithick's Railway. " "A glimpse into history: witness the R-101 Airship housed in a hangar at Cardington, Bedfordshire - a marvel of engineering that pushed boundaries. " "In awe of cosmic wonders: behold the mesmerizing Orion Nebula with its abundance of celestial phenomena against a black background. " "Unleashing endless possibilities: concepts like astronomy and cosmology fuel our curiosity for exploration through vibrant images featuring blue hues on color-rich backgrounds. " "Celebrating milestones: relive the momentous launch of Prospero satellite - an embodiment of scientific progress propelling us towards new horizons.