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View of trail post with no bikes allowed sign in Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USAView of trail post with no bikes allowed sign in Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USA
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Rhino Cow Allows Her Offspring to Cross Nepal RoadwayRhino Cow Allows Her Offspring to Cross Nepal Roadway
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Walkway Allows Visitors to Explore the Wetlands of BorneoWalkway Allows Visitors to Explore the Wetlands of Borneo
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April 24, 2015: Photo documentary on bio printing. Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) is working with a bio printer from regenHU to produce different human tissues. Bio printing allows three dimensional tissue production in a fast and controlled manner by the precise positioning of primary cells, biomaterials and growth factors. Thereby, bioprinted tissues simulate the complex in vivo situation of our body. Tissues are produced in a layer by layer mode by alternating photopolymerized bioink and cells. Before using for substance testing the tissue are matured in a cell culture environment.April 24, 2015: Photo documentary on bio printing. Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) is working with a bio printer from regenHU to produce different human tissues. Bio printing allows three dimensional tissue production in a fast and controlled manner by the precise positioning of primary cells, biomaterials and growth factors. Thereby, bioprinted tissues simulate the complex in vivo situation of our body. Tissues are produced in a layer by layer mode by alternating photopolymerized bioink and cells. Before using for substance testing the tissue are matured in a cell culture environment.
Clear nighttime skies in Madagascar allow the glow of the Milky Way to shine behind baobab trees. The sky?s clarity is largely a result of fresh ocean breezes that sweep across the island. No large cities exist within a thousand miles of this site. This thirty-second exposure captures Milky Way--it is a long enough exposure to record the light but short enough to limit blurring.Clear nighttime skies in Madagascar allow the glow of the Milky Way to shine behind baobab trees. The sky?s clarity is largely a result of fresh ocean breezes that sweep across the island. No large cities exist within a thousand miles of this site. This thirty-second exposure captures Milky Way--it is a long enough exposure to record the light but short enough to limit blurring.
Overhang on reef allows scenic view out into the open blue water and sand.Overhang on reef allows scenic view out into the open blue water and sand.
Girls holding No boys Allowed sign in living roomGirls holding No boys Allowed sign in living room
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). The broad head, called a cephalofoil, is thought to help provide lift, similar to an airplane wing. It is also allows the electroreceptive sensory organs to be positioned over a large, wide area, contributing to a remarkable ability to locate prey buried under the sand.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). The broad head, called a cephalofoil, is thought to help provide lift, similar to an airplane wing. It is also allows the electroreceptive sensory organs to be positioned over a large, wide area, contributing to a remarkable ability to locate prey buried under the sand.
Great Hammerhead Shark. Gray tag at base of dorsal fin. This acoustic tag was attached by scientists from the Bimini Biological Field Station (aka the Sharklab) in the Bahamas. It transmits an acoustic signal which will be recorded by an array of receivers positioned around Bimini Island, allowing Sharklab researchers to monitor near shore local movement patterns of these elusive sharks about which we currently know very little.Great Hammerhead Shark. Gray tag at base of dorsal fin. This acoustic tag was attached by scientists from the Bimini Biological Field Station (aka the Sharklab) in the Bahamas. It transmits an acoustic signal which will be recorded by an array of receivers positioned around Bimini Island, allowing Sharklab researchers to monitor near shore local movement patterns of these elusive sharks about which we currently know very little.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). The broad head, called a cephalofoil, is thought to help provide lift, similar to an airplane wing. It is also allows the electroreceptive sensory organs to be positioned over a large, wide area, contributing to a remarkable ability to locate prey buried under the sand.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). The broad head, called a cephalofoil, is thought to help provide lift, similar to an airplane wing. It is also allows the electroreceptive sensory organs to be positioned over a large, wide area, contributing to a remarkable ability to locate prey buried under the sand.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), uses broad head like a metal detector, sweeping over the sand bottom. Electroreceptor organs on the underside called the ampullae of Lorenzini allow it to detect weak electric fields given off by fish, even those buried under sand.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), uses broad head like a metal detector, sweeping over the sand bottom. Electroreceptor organs on the underside called the ampullae of Lorenzini allow it to detect weak electric fields given off by fish, even those buried under sand.
Clear waters of the Bahamas allow the viewer to see the shape and clearly defined stripes of a Tiger shark (Galeocerdo Cuvier)Clear waters of the Bahamas allow the viewer to see the shape and clearly defined stripes of a Tiger shark (Galeocerdo Cuvier)
Magnetoencephalography (MEG) platform. MEG detects variations in the brain's magnetic field during various types of cerebral activity. It studies normal and abnormal brain function. Recording the magnetic field produced by neuronal currents requires ultra sensitive sensors called SQUIDs (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device). The 306 sensors spread over 102 areas allow both near and far magnetic fields to be measured, and the brain's deep structures to be 'seen'. The person receives visual stimulation (faces with different expressions) from a high resolution video projector onto a projection screen. The screen is coupled with a high speed system that follows eye movement.Magnetoencephalography (MEG) platform. MEG detects variations in the brain's magnetic field during various types of cerebral activity. It studies normal and abnormal brain function. Recording the magnetic field produced by neuronal currents requires ultra sensitive sensors called SQUIDs (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device). The 306 sensors spread over 102 areas allow both near and far magnetic fields to be measured, and the brain's deep structures to be 'seen'. The person receives visual stimulation (faces with different expressions) from a high resolution video projector onto a projection screen. The screen is coupled with a high speed system that follows eye movement.
A snorkeler interacts with stingrays during a snorkel excursion near the island of Moorea The Tahitian stingrays are known by the common name of Pink whipray (Himantura fai) It is a common practice in Tahiti to allow ray-feeding activities for touristsA snorkeler interacts with stingrays during a snorkel excursion near the island of Moorea  The Tahitian stingrays are known by the common name of Pink whipray (Himantura fai)   It is a common practice in Tahiti to allow ray-feeding activities for tourists
A snorkeler interacts with stingrays during a snorkel excursion near the island of Moorea The Tahitian stingrays are known by the common name of Pink whipray (Himantura fai) It is a common practice in Tahiti to allow ray-feeding activities for touristsA snorkeler interacts with stingrays during a snorkel excursion near the island of Moorea  The Tahitian stingrays are known by the common name of Pink whipray (Himantura fai)   It is a common practice in Tahiti to allow ray-feeding activities for tourists
Mother with baby who is playing in a potted plantMother with baby who is playing in a potted plant
Hands put money in piggy bankHands put money in piggy bank
Hands put money in piggy bankHands put money in piggy bank
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Little girl painting on her grandmothers' face with fingersLittle girl painting on her grandmothers' face with fingers
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Girl cleaning a glass door at her houseGirl cleaning a glass door at her house
Girl cleaning a window at her houseGirl cleaning a window at her house
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Child peeks through slats of wooden church building in RwandaChild peeks through slats of wooden church building in Rwanda
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