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Images Dated 1st March 2005

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Advertisement for a radium-based facial cream Featured 1 Mar 2005 Print

Advertisement for a radium-based facial cream

Radium face cream. Advertisement forTho-Radia, a radium and thorium-based facialcream. This French cream was marketed as arevolution in facial beauty. In 1933, when theadvert was produced, radioactive elements such asradium and thorium were still consideredbeneficial to health. Radium was discovered in1898 by the French scientists Marie and PierreCurie. Marie Curie died from leukaemia brought onfrom working with radioactive elements the yearafter this advertisement was produced

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open-uri20120929-30058-1qspwyn Featured 1 Mar 2005 Print

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1933 Le Mans 24 hours.
Le Mans, France. 17th - 18th June 1933.
Prince Nicolas de Roumanie/Joseph Cattaneo, (Duesenberg Model J), disqualified, refuelling to early in the race, action.
World Copyright: LAT Photographic.
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Skeletal muscle fibre, TEM Featured 1 Mar 2005 Print

Skeletal muscle fibre, TEM

Skeletal muscle fibre. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a longitudinal section through a skeletal (or striated) muscle fibre. The banding pattern on the fibre arises from the regular arrangement of its microscopic fibres, or myofibrils. The fibre is surrounded by a membrane (sarcolemma, blue line bordering purple region, upper left to top right). Beyond this lies a connective tissue sheath (endomysium, white). Many mitochondria (small black dots), which produce the energy for contraction of the fibre, are also seen. Skeletal muscle is used to move the long bones. It is under voluntary control. Magnification: x1200 at 6x7cm size

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY