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Metalwork
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Metalwork
Laboratory technician
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Laboratory technician
CDF particle detector, Fermilab Featured Image

CDF particle detector, Fermilab

MODEL RELEASED. CDF particle detector at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) near Chicago, USA. The CDF (Collider Detector Facility) records subatomic particles created in high-energy proton-antiproton collisions in the Tevatron coll- ider. It co-discovered the top quark in 1994. Here the detector is partly disassembled between operation runs. The black segments (left) are part of the outer muon chambers. The red areas are part of the magnet which bends charged particles travelling out from the collision point. The blue segments (right) are part of the hadron calorimeter. When in use these parts are closed tightly together. Photographed in 1998. The physicist is ROB ROSER

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Steelworks
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Steelworks
Elemental analysis
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Elemental analysis
H1 particle detector
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H1 particle detector
Electrical Technician
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Electrical Technician
Lager lab JLP01_08_064327a
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Lager lab JLP01_08_064327a
Biomedical centre, London
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Biomedical centre, London
H1 particle detector Featured Image

H1 particle detector

H1 particle detector. Technician working on the H1 detector of the HERA accelerator at DESY (Deutsche Elektronen Synchrotron). HERA (Hadron Electron Accelerator Ring) consists of a pair of accelerator rings mounted in a 6.3km circumference tunnel. The H1 detector is placed at one crossing point of the rings. In the centre of the detector, protons from one ring will collide with electrons from the other ring at a combined energy of 850 GeV. It is hoped that data from this detector will provide more information about the quarks in protons and the gluon force moderators that bind them together. Photographed near Hamburg, Germany, in May 1999

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Anti-Locust Research Centre, London Featured Image

Anti-Locust Research Centre, London

Scientist examining a locust through a magnifying glass at the Anti-Locust Research Centre (ALRC), an independent research institute set up by the UK government in 1945. The Centre's primary aim was the coordination of international research and cooperation in locust control, in the face of the threat from locusts to overseas agriculture. Date: circa late 1960s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON

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