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Images Dated 13th September 2002

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Engraving of Robert Boyles laboratory Featured 13 Sep 2002 Print

Engraving of Robert Boyles laboratory

Boyle's laboratory. Engraving of the laboratory of Robert Boyle (1627-91), British chemist. The laboratory contains various furnaces and vessels for sublimation and distillation. Boyle established chemistry as an independent science, establishing an experimental philosophy which promoted the use of careful observation. Boyle carried out research into the composition of substances, vacuums, hydrostatics, the chemistry of colours, calcination of metals, properties of acids and alkalis, crystallography and refraction. Image of Boyle's laboratory in Maiden Lane, near Covent Garden, London, in 1668

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Artwork showing the human nervous system Featured 13 Sep 2002 Print

Artwork showing the human nervous system

Human nervous system. Coloured illustration of the nervous system within a human male figure. The brain (at top) and spinal cord constitute the central nervous system (CNS). The CNS integrates all nervous activities. There are 31 pairs of nerves that branch off the spinal cord into a network; they carry nerve impulses from the CNS to various structures of the body (skin, skeletal muscle, internal organs, glands) and back from these structures to the CNS. Nerves outside of the CNS are part of the peripheral nervous system. This nerve anatomy allows the human body to respond to outside stimuli, to move, feel, and to make intelligent choices

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