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Images Dated 14th June 2004

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1978 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. September 1978 Ronnie Peterson (Lotus 78) leads Alan Jones and the rest of the field on the race warm-up lap. Peterson suffered fatal injuries in an accident at the first corner of the race Featured 14 Jun 2004 Image

1978 Italian Grand Prix Monza, Italy. September 1978 Ronnie Peterson (Lotus 78) leads Alan Jones and the rest of the field on the race warm-up lap. Peterson suffered fatal injuries in an accident at the first corner of the race

1978 Italian Grand Prix
Monza, Italy. September 1978
Ronnie Peterson (Lotus 78) leads Alan Jones and the rest of the field on the race warm-up lap. Peterson suffered fatal injuries in an accident at the first corner of the race.
World Copyright: LAT Photographic.
ref: 35mm Image

Workers at Doncaster works, South Yorkshire, c 1916 Featured 14 Jun 2004 Image

Workers at Doncaster works, South Yorkshire, c 1916

Doncaster works employed a range of staff, including the workers on the factory floor, administrative staff and designers and engineers. Doncaster works, known as the ‘Plant Works opened in 1853, making and repairing locomotives and rolling stock for the Great Northern Railway. At this time the works employed around 3500 workers

© National Railway Museum / Science & Society Picture Libr

LM of blastomeres of a two-cell embryo Featured 14 Jun 2004 Image

LM of blastomeres of a two-cell embryo

Two-cell embryo. Light micrograph of the blasto- meres of a 2-cell human embryo, two days after fertilisation. The blastomeres are the rounded cells formed by the first division of the fertilized egg. One cell is seen in front of the other here. An envelope, the zona pellucida, is seen surrounding the embryo, and the heads of some sperm are visible still attached to it. Magnification: x260 at 5x7cm size. x130 at 35mm size

© DR YORGOS NIKAS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY