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February Gallery

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Choose from 25 pictures in our February collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Col X-ray of object (safety pin) lodged in throat Featured February Print

Col X-ray of object (safety pin) lodged in throat

Obstruction in throat. Coloured X-ray of an object (safety pin) lodged in the oesophagus of a woman. In this side view of the neck, the swallowed object is seen at centre right

© SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Object Lodged, Oesophagus, Safety Pin, Swallowed, Swallowed Objects, Throat

Lillehammer Olympics - Figure Skating Featured February Print

Lillehammer Olympics - Figure Skating

Figure Skating - 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics - Women's Singles
The USA's Nancy Kerrigan, who won the silver medal, during the free skating phase of the competition at the Olympic Amphitheatre, Hamar, Norway.
25/02/1994
The controversy surrounding Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding in the lead up to the 1994 Games lead to a media frenzy at Lillehammer that was perhaps the greatest in Olympic history.
The pair had finished second and fourth respectively at the 1992 Games, and were rivals for the gold medal. In the lead up to the US Nationals, in which the top two placed skaters qualified for the Olympics, Harding's then husband arranged a hit on Kerrigan with the aim of preventing her competing at the Games, and she was attacked on her legs with a metal baton after a training sessions shortly before the competition. Harding won the US Nationals, but the US figure skating authorities held the other spot open for Kerrigan if she could recover, which she did.
The plot was exposed before the Olympics, and while it was clear that Harding knew of it, and had approved it, the United States Olympic Committee were unable to throw her off the team as she threatened a lawsuit if they did so. Consequently the pair skated against each other at Lillehammer, with saturated news coverage in the build-up. The broadcast of the women's singles competition was one of the most watched programmes in US television history

© Colorsport

Coloured TEM of Enterococcus faecalis Featured February Print

Coloured TEM of Enterococcus faecalis

Enterococcus faecalis. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Enterococcus faecalis bacteria (previously known as Streptococcus faecalis). This gram-positive ellipsoid bacterium tends to form short chains. The bacterium is in the process of dividing through binary fission. The regions containing the nucleic material are visible as round, yellow and red structures within the two daughter cells. E. faecalis exists as part of the normal flora of the human alimentary tract, but may cause infections in the urinary tract. It may cause bacterial endocarditis following gynaecological or genito-urinary surgery and pneumonia. Magnification: x30, 000 at 6x4.5cm size

© PASIEKA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY