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Images Dated 3rd January 2003

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Sectioned teeth Featured 3 Jan 2003 Print

Sectioned teeth

Teeth. Polarised light micrograph of a sectionthrough molar teeth in the lower jaw. Molar teethare used for grinding up and chewing food. Thecrowns of these teeth have caps of enamel (greyband, upper centre). This is the hardest substancein the body, and prevents wearing of the tooth.The teeth are anchored in the gum by their roots(blue/green). Their pulp cavities (black, centreleft and right) contain nerves and blood vessels.This pulp is surrounded by dentine (many colours)which forms the bulk of the tooth. This is atissue similar to bone but harder.
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Smallest book, SEM Featured 3 Jan 2003 Print

Smallest book, SEM

Smallest book in the world. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the smallest published book in the world. This tiny leather- bound volume measures just 2.4 by 2.9 millimetres in page area. It is a 24-page picture book of the alphabet by the German typographer Josua Reichert. It was manufactured by Faber und Faber in Leipzig, Germany. Only single copies were made of smaller books, whereas a limited edition of this book was published by Die Gestalten Verlag, Germany, from September 2001. It comes in a wooden carrying box with a magnifying glass, and is priced at 69 UK Pounds ($110). ISBN: Magnification unknown

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Photograph of Charles Darwin in 1881, aged 72 Featured 3 Jan 2003 Print

Photograph of Charles Darwin in 1881, aged 72

Charles Darwin. Photograph of English naturalist Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882) in 1881, aged 72. As a young man Darwin briefly studied medicine then trained in the clergy, but his interest was in natural history. In 1831 he set sail as naturalist on HMS Beagle, which was to provide the fieldwork for his famous book: Origin of Species (1859). His theory of natural selection suggested that natural variation in a species creates a wide range of individual traits, some more useful than others. Competition to survive provides a driving force for evolution in the form of natural selection. His theory fuelled bitter controversy. Darwin is buried in Westminster Abbey

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