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Galien, Michigan - Varieties of corn growing from seeds produced by Pioneer, a DuPont company. Nearly all corn grown in the United States is genetically modified. August, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Galien, Michigan - Varieties of corn growing from seeds produced by Pioneer, a DuPont company. Nearly all corn grown in the United States is genetically modified.
August, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Galien, Michigan - Varieties of corn growing from seeds produced by Pioneer, a DuPont company. Nearly all corn grown in the United States is genetically modified. August, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Galien, Michigan - Varieties of corn growing from seeds produced by Pioneer, a DuPont company. Nearly all corn grown in the United States is genetically modified.
August, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
Hailey Dawson, age 8, puts her 3-D printed hand over her heart as she listens to the National Anthem before the Tampa Bay Rays game against the Orioles at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg FL Thursday night 8/9/2018.  -  Hailey Dawson, an 8-year-old Las Vegas resident with a 3-D printed prosthetic hand, threw out tonight's ceremonial first pitch. Hailey's goal is to throw out the first pitch at all 30 big-league ball parks and hopes to reach 27 by Fall. She was born with a birth defect called Poland Syndrome, resulting in an underdeveloped pectoral muscle and missing or underdeveloped digits on her right hand. UNLV's Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering students and faculty have designed a number of 3D-printed hands that have enabled Hailey to grab, grasp, and even throw a baseball. ST. PETERSBURG Florida  2018-08-09   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jim Damaske / The Image Works
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Hailey Dawson, age 8, puts her 3-D printed hand over her heart as she listens to the National Anthem before the Tampa Bay Rays game against the Orioles at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg FL Thursday night 8/9/2018. - Hailey Dawson, an 8-year-old Las Vegas resident with a 3-D printed prosthetic hand, threw out tonight's ceremonial first pitch. Hailey's goal is to throw out the first pitch at all 30 big-league ball parks and hopes to reach 27 by Fall. She was born with a birth defect called Poland Syndrome, resulting in an underdeveloped pectoral muscle and missing or underdeveloped digits on her right hand. UNLV's Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering students and faculty have designed a number of 3D-printed hands that have enabled Hailey to grab, grasp, and even throw a baseball. ST. PETERSBURG Florida 2018-08-09 ©Tampa Bay Times / Jim Damaske / The Image Works
Hailey Dawson, age 8, throws the first pitch before  the Tampa Bay Rays game against the Orioles at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg FL Thursday night 8/9/2018. -  Hailey Dawson, an 8-year-old Las Vegas resident with a 3-D printed prosthetic hand, threw out tonight's ceremonial first pitch. Hailey's goal is to throw out the first pitch at all 30 big-league ball parks and hopes to reach 27 by Fall. She was born with a birth defect called Poland Syndrome, resulting in an underdeveloped pectoral muscle and missing or underdeveloped digits on her right hand. UNLV's Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering students and faculty have designed a number of 3D-printed hands that have enabled Hailey to grab, grasp, and even throw a baseball. ST. PETERSBURG Florida  2018-08-09   ©Tampa Bay Times / Jim Damaske / The Image Works
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Hailey Dawson, age 8, throws the first pitch before the Tampa Bay Rays game against the Orioles at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg FL Thursday night 8/9/2018. - Hailey Dawson, an 8-year-old Las Vegas resident with a 3-D printed prosthetic hand, threw out tonight's ceremonial first pitch. Hailey's goal is to throw out the first pitch at all 30 big-league ball parks and hopes to reach 27 by Fall. She was born with a birth defect called Poland Syndrome, resulting in an underdeveloped pectoral muscle and missing or underdeveloped digits on her right hand. UNLV's Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering students and faculty have designed a number of 3D-printed hands that have enabled Hailey to grab, grasp, and even throw a baseball. ST. PETERSBURG Florida 2018-08-09 ©Tampa Bay Times / Jim Damaske / The Image Works
Technology / Industry: Pharmaceutical Industry. Tablet coating machine in building No. 16 of the factory of F.Hoffmann-La Roche AG in Grenzach. Photo, 1933.  ©Roche / akg-images / The Image Works
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Technology / Industry: Pharmaceutical Industry. Tablet coating machine in building No. 16 of the factory of F.Hoffmann-La Roche AG in Grenzach. Photo, 1933. ©Roche / akg-images / The Image Works
Technology / Industry: Pharmaceutical Industry. Aseptic filling of poliomyelitis vaccine Virelon (vaccine against polio) in one of Behringwerke's laboratories in Marburg (Hessen, Germany). Photo, undated (c.1960 (?) ).  ©akg-images / The Image Works
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Technology / Industry: Pharmaceutical Industry. Aseptic filling of poliomyelitis vaccine Virelon (vaccine against polio) in one of Behringwerke's laboratories in Marburg (Hessen, Germany). Photo, undated (c.1960 (?) ). ©akg-images / The Image Works
A Florida Poly student skates past the Innovation, Science and Technology building on the university's 170-acre Lakeland campus.  Police are investigating an alleged suicide at the school that occurred Wednesday, Aug. 1. Tampa FL  2018-08-02   ©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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A Florida Poly student skates past the Innovation, Science and Technology building on the university's 170-acre Lakeland campus. Police are investigating an alleged suicide at the school that occurred Wednesday, Aug. 1. Tampa FL 2018-08-02 ©Tampa Bay Times / James Borchuck / The Image Works
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W. Charles Ivory, who goes by the name, Sir Charles, attends Aethertopia, the Nomadic City of Steampunk Makers at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, July 8, 2018.  Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery.  2018-06-30  ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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W. Charles Ivory, who goes by the name, Sir Charles, attends Aethertopia, the Nomadic City of Steampunk Makers at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, July 8, 2018. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery. 2018-06-30 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Michael Sterns, age 52, of Tampa, reads the paper while attending Aethertopia, the Nomadic City of Steampunk Makers at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, July 8, 2018.  Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery.  2018-06-30   ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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Michael Sterns, age 52, of Tampa, reads the paper while attending Aethertopia, the Nomadic City of Steampunk Makers at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, July 8, 2018. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery. 2018-06-30 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Science partners Jade Neal (left) and Tyler Hitchner (right) work together to create a zip line during STEMagination Camp at Pasco Middle School in Dade City. The camp gave students an opportunity to engage with various technology, and was one of four sessions offered to students in grades 6-8 who attend Title 1 schools throughout the county. Dade City FL  2018-06-20    ©Tampa Bay Times / Michele Miller / The Image Works
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Science partners Jade Neal (left) and Tyler Hitchner (right) work together to create a zip line during STEMagination Camp at Pasco Middle School in Dade City. The camp gave students an opportunity to engage with various technology, and was one of four sessions offered to students in grades 6-8 who attend Title 1 schools throughout the county. Dade City FL 2018-06-20 ©Tampa Bay Times / Michele Miller / The Image Works
Johnny Matheny, 63, of Port Richey, uses a Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), a new kind of neuroprosthetic which he has been testing since 2017 at his home on Monday (6/4/18) in Port Richey. Matheny has been using the technology to learn to play the piano, one of many skills he said he is working on since acquiring the prosthesis, which can restore a patient's ability to manipulate objects through a system that communicates thoughts of movement between the brain and the prosthesis using residual nerves at the amputation site. PORT RICHEY FLORIDA  2018-06-04   ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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Johnny Matheny, 63, of Port Richey, uses a Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), a new kind of neuroprosthetic which he has been testing since 2017 at his home on Monday (6/4/18) in Port Richey. Matheny has been using the technology to learn to play the piano, one of many skills he said he is working on since acquiring the prosthesis, which can restore a patient's ability to manipulate objects through a system that communicates thoughts of movement between the brain and the prosthesis using residual nerves at the amputation site. PORT RICHEY FLORIDA 2018-06-04 ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
Johnny Matheny, 63, of Port Richey, uses a Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), a new kind of neuroprosthetic which he has been testing since 2017 at his home on Monday (6/4/2018) in Port Richey. Matheny has been using the technology to learn to play the piano, one of many skills he said he is working on since acquiring the prosthesis, which can restore a patient's ability to manipulate objects through a system that communicates thoughts of movement between the brain and the prosthesis using residual nerves at the amputation site. PORT RICHEY FLORIDA  2018-06-04   ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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Johnny Matheny, 63, of Port Richey, uses a Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), a new kind of neuroprosthetic which he has been testing since 2017 at his home on Monday (6/4/2018) in Port Richey. Matheny has been using the technology to learn to play the piano, one of many skills he said he is working on since acquiring the prosthesis, which can restore a patient's ability to manipulate objects through a system that communicates thoughts of movement between the brain and the prosthesis using residual nerves at the amputation site. PORT RICHEY FLORIDA 2018-06-04 ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
Johnny Matheny, 63, of Port Richey, uses a Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), a new kind of neuroprosthetic which he has been testing since 2017 at his home on Monday (6/4/2018) in Port Richey. Matheny said he now has the ability to manipulate objects through a system that communicates thoughts of movement between his brain and the prosthesis using residual nerves at the amputation site. When Matheny thinks about movements in his arm, wrist and fingers, specific muscles are activated in his upper left arm triggered by rerouted residual nerves which initiate an information loop that transfers signals to the mechanized joints and digits via Bluetooth technology, causing movement in the prosthesis. PORT RICHEY FLORIDA  2018-06-04   ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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Johnny Matheny, 63, of Port Richey, uses a Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), a new kind of neuroprosthetic which he has been testing since 2017 at his home on Monday (6/4/2018) in Port Richey. Matheny said he now has the ability to manipulate objects through a system that communicates thoughts of movement between his brain and the prosthesis using residual nerves at the amputation site. When Matheny thinks about movements in his arm, wrist and fingers, specific muscles are activated in his upper left arm triggered by rerouted residual nerves which initiate an information loop that transfers signals to the mechanized joints and digits via Bluetooth technology, causing movement in the prosthesis. PORT RICHEY FLORIDA 2018-06-04 ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
Johnny Matheny, 63, of Port Richey, said he acquired a muscular cancer in 2005, resulting in the amputation of his left arm in 2007. Since losing the limp, just above the elbow, Matheny has run a gantlet of prosthesis, none being as rehabilitating at his Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), a new kind of neuroprosthetic which he has been testing since 2017 at his home on Monday (6/4/2018) in Port Richey. PORT RICHEY FLORIDA  2018-06-04   ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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Johnny Matheny, 63, of Port Richey, said he acquired a muscular cancer in 2005, resulting in the amputation of his left arm in 2007. Since losing the limp, just above the elbow, Matheny has run a gantlet of prosthesis, none being as rehabilitating at his Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), a new kind of neuroprosthetic which he has been testing since 2017 at his home on Monday (6/4/2018) in Port Richey. PORT RICHEY FLORIDA 2018-06-04 ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
Russia, Moscow  11/8/2016  Assembly and test center of the Synertech Russian-French joint venture (Russian Space Systems and the European Airbus DS European Group) for designing, manufacturing and delivering space equipment for Russian satellite programs. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia, Moscow 11/8/2016 Assembly and test center of the Synertech Russian-French joint venture (Russian Space Systems and the European Airbus DS European Group) for designing, manufacturing and delivering space equipment for Russian satellite programs. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
A visitor playing a game of Minecraft at the Summer in the City festival , the UK's largest YouTube community event at Alexandra Palace in London . 9 August 2014  ©PA Photos / TopFoto / The Image Works
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A visitor playing a game of Minecraft at the Summer in the City festival , the UK's largest YouTube community event at Alexandra Palace in London . 9 August 2014 ©PA Photos / TopFoto / The Image Works
Russia:  Children are playing with a plasma ball at the "Experimentanium" entertaining science museum, Moscow. 3/23/2011   ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia: Children are playing with a plasma ball at the "Experimentanium" entertaining science museum, Moscow. 3/23/2011 ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia:  Young visitors in the Moscow planetarium view the plasma ball exhibit in the Museum of interactive devices during the opening of the planetarium after its reconstruction. 6/12/2011  ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia: Young visitors in the Moscow planetarium view the plasma ball exhibit in the Museum of interactive devices during the opening of the planetarium after its reconstruction. 6/12/2011 ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia  11/14/2017 Employees at Russia Today's Moscow office. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia 11/14/2017 Employees at Russia Today's Moscow office. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia  11/14/2017 An employee at Russia Today's Moscow office.  ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia 11/14/2017 An employee at Russia Today's Moscow office. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia  11/14/2017 Russia Today's Moscow office.  ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia 11/14/2017 Russia Today's Moscow office. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia  11/14/2017 An anchor at Russia Today's Moscow office.   ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia 11/14/2017 An anchor at Russia Today's Moscow office. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
USSR Yekaterina Mednikova, a test pilot of Yak-1 and Yak-3 planes. The Central Aero Club. 5/13/1930 ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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USSR Yekaterina Mednikova, a test pilot of Yak-1 and Yak-3 planes. The Central Aero Club. 5/13/1930 ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
USSR Soviet test pilot of YAK-1 and YAK-3 planes Yekaterina Mednikova. 9/24/1930 ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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USSR Soviet test pilot of YAK-1 and YAK-3 planes Yekaterina Mednikova. 9/24/1930 ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Reportage in the Resources and Research Memory Centre (CMRR), specializing in Alzheimer’s disease in the Claude Pompidou Institute, Nice, France. Cognitive rehabilitation and stimulation session with a patient suffering from light to moderate cognitive disorders run by a psychologist. The MeMo app offers a series of specific exercises on memory and concentration. An exercise to work on cognitive function in which a name is placed next to a face enabling the person to recognize it. MR  ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Reportage in the Resources and Research Memory Centre (CMRR), specializing in Alzheimer’s disease in the Claude Pompidou Institute, Nice, France.
Cognitive rehabilitation and stimulation session with a patient suffering from light to moderate cognitive disorders run by a psychologist. The MeMo app offers a series of specific exercises on memory and concentration.
An exercise to work on cognitive function in which a name is placed next to a face enabling the person to recognize it. MR ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works

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