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Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016:  National Weather Service Meteorologists at their stations at the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
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Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016: National Weather Service Meteorologists at their stations at the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016:  A National Weather Service Meteorologist releases the 6AM weather balloon outside the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
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Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016: A National Weather Service Meteorologist releases the 6AM weather balloon outside the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016:  National Weather Service Meteorologists at their stations at the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
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Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016: National Weather Service Meteorologists at their stations at the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016:  A National Weather Service Meteorologist releases the 6AM weather balloon outside the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
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Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016: A National Weather Service Meteorologist releases the 6AM weather balloon outside the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016:  National Weather Service Meteorologists at their stations at the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
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Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016: National Weather Service Meteorologists at their stations at the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016: A National Weather Service Meteorologist at his desk at the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
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Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016: A National Weather Service Meteorologist at his desk at the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016:  A National Weather Service Meteorologist Rodney Wynn, labels equipment before releasing the 6AM weather balloon outside the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
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Ruskin, Florida, December 9, 2016: A National Weather Service Meteorologist Rodney Wynn, labels equipment before releasing the 6AM weather balloon outside the NWS Tampa Bay Area Office. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
Russia, Sochi   02/22/2012 Car with the logo of the Sochi Olympics near the Adler Airport building.   ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia, Sochi 02/22/2012 Car with the logo of the Sochi Olympics near the Adler Airport building. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia, Sochi   05/01/2013 Construction of the Golubye Dali interchange, view from the engineer's cabin on the Lastochka train doing the Sochi-Airport route. The high-speed express trains began running from May 1st between the airport and Sochi's city center.   ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia, Sochi 05/01/2013 Construction of the Golubye Dali interchange, view from the engineer's cabin on the Lastochka train doing the Sochi-Airport route. The high-speed express trains began running from May 1st between the airport and Sochi's city center. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Eos x-ray imaging - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. The EOS low-emission radiology system: it enables simultaneous frontal and profile images to be produced from head to foot on a standing patient, and enables the 3D reconstruction of all the osteo-articular areas, with a considerable reduction in x-ray levels. A sports patient suffering from a knee injury and articular rheumatism. Severe scoliosis is also noted. MR  ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Eos x-ray imaging - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. The EOS low-emission radiology system: it enables simultaneous frontal and profile images to be produced from head to foot on a standing patient, and enables the 3D reconstruction of all the osteo-articular areas, with a considerable reduction in x-ray levels. A sports patient suffering from a knee injury and articular rheumatism. Severe scoliosis is also noted. MR ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
Eos x-ray imaging - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. The EOS low-emission radiology system: it enables simultaneous frontal and profile images to be produced from head to foot on a standing patient, and enables the 3D reconstruction of all the osteo-articular areas, with a considerable reduction in x-ray levels. A sports patient suffering from a knee injury and articular rheumatism. Severe scoliosis is also noted. MR  ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Eos x-ray imaging - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. The EOS low-emission radiology system: it enables simultaneous frontal and profile images to be produced from head to foot on a standing patient, and enables the 3D reconstruction of all the osteo-articular areas, with a considerable reduction in x-ray levels. A sports patient suffering from a knee injury and articular rheumatism. Severe scoliosis is also noted. MR ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
Eos x-ray imaging - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. The EOS low-emission radiology system: it enables simultaneous frontal and profile images to be produced from head to foot on a standing patient, and enables the 3D reconstruction of all the osteo-articular areas, with a considerable reduction in x-ray levels. A sports patient suffering from a knee injury and articular rheumatism. Severe scoliosis is also noted. MR  ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Eos x-ray imaging - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. The EOS low-emission radiology system: it enables simultaneous frontal and profile images to be produced from head to foot on a standing patient, and enables the 3D reconstruction of all the osteo-articular areas, with a considerable reduction in x-ray levels. A sports patient suffering from a knee injury and articular rheumatism. Severe scoliosis is also noted. MR ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
Rehabilitation centre - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. Seen here, a quantified motion analysis test carried out in the Clinical Motion Analysis Unit, a technical platform enabling a better understanding of walking anomalies. This 15-year old boy suffers from cerebal palsy, is mentally and physically retarded and has orthopedic disorders. He goes back and forth a few times on the GAITRite walkway. He is equipped with sensors that record the spatio-temporal parameters of walking. MR  ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Rehabilitation centre - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. Seen here, a quantified motion analysis test carried out in the Clinical Motion Analysis Unit, a technical platform enabling a better understanding of walking anomalies. This 15-year old boy suffers from cerebal palsy, is mentally and physically retarded and has orthopedic disorders. He goes back and forth a few times on the GAITRite walkway. He is equipped with sensors that record the spatio-temporal parameters of walking. MR ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
Rehabilitation centre - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. Seen here, a quantified motion analysis test carried out in the Clinical Motion Analysis Unit, a technical platform enabling a better understanding of walking anomalies. Kinegram, on the screen, of a 15-year old patient suffering from cerebal palsy who is physically retarded and has orthopedic disorders. ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Rehabilitation centre - Reportage on the Rossetti health centre in Nice, France. This rehabilitation centre is a hub of excellence with cutting-edge technology. Seen here, a quantified motion analysis test carried out in the Clinical Motion Analysis Unit, a technical platform enabling a better understanding of walking anomalies. Kinegram, on the screen, of a 15-year old patient suffering from cerebal palsy who is physically retarded and has orthopedic disorders. ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
Robotics - Reportage at 27 Delvalle, Nice, France. 27 Delvalle is an 800m2 space funded by the conurbation, the town of Nice, the department and region. It is the first stone in the creation of Nice’s European Health City project due to be built in the next five years to the east of Nice. The aim is to make new technologies and innovation available to improve health. By bringing together health sector actors (health professionals, researchers, solution and funding providers, associations etc.), 27 Delvalle must enable the emergence of projects that allow better living thanks to digital technology. The Habitat platform: show and simulation apartment highlighting technical, technological and innovating solutions for kitting out a home to allow fragile, ageing and handicapped people to remain autonomous as long as possible. It is a real apartment that organizes uses for daily life aiming to simplify and adapt them to the needs of the person. All the daily activities are simulated here, moving round the apartment, communication with the exterior, security etc. Connected objects, mobile robots are all here and act thanks to presence detectors, sensors and applications that are configured according to needs. Robotics workshop for the local children. MR  ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Robotics - Reportage at 27 Delvalle, Nice, France. 27 Delvalle is an 800m2 space funded by the conurbation, the town of Nice, the department and region. It is the first stone in the creation of Nice’s European Health City project due to be built in the next five years to the east of Nice. The aim is to make new technologies and innovation available to improve health. By bringing together health sector actors (health professionals, researchers, solution and funding providers, associations etc.), 27 Delvalle must enable the emergence of projects that allow better living thanks to digital technology. The Habitat platform: show and simulation apartment highlighting technical, technological and innovating solutions for kitting out a home to allow fragile, ageing and handicapped people to remain autonomous as long as possible. It is a real apartment that organizes uses for daily life aiming to simplify and adapt them to the needs of the person. All the daily activities are simulated here, moving round the apartment, communication with the exterior, security etc. Connected objects, mobile robots are all here and act thanks to presence detectors, sensors and applications that are configured according to needs. Robotics workshop for the local children. MR ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
Robotics - Reportage at 27 Delvalle, Nice, France. 27 Delvalle is an 800m2 space funded by the conurbation, the town of Nice, the department and region. It is the first stone in the creation of Nice’s European Health City project due to be built in the next five years to the east of Nice. The aim is to make new technologies and innovation available to improve health. By bringing together health sector actors (health professionals, researchers, solution and funding providers, associations etc.), 27 Delvalle must enable the emergence of projects that allow better living thanks to digital technology. The Habitat platform: show and simulation apartment highlighting technical, technological and innovating solutions for kitting out a home to allow fragile, ageing and handicapped people to remain autonomous as long as possible. It is a real apartment that organizes uses for daily life aiming to simplify and adapt them to the needs of the person. All the daily activities are simulated here, moving round the apartment, communication with the exterior, security etc. Connected objects, mobile robots are all here and act thanks to presence detectors, sensors and applications that are configured according to needs. Robotics workshop for the local children. MR  ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Robotics - Reportage at 27 Delvalle, Nice, France. 27 Delvalle is an 800m2 space funded by the conurbation, the town of Nice, the department and region. It is the first stone in the creation of Nice’s European Health City project due to be built in the next five years to the east of Nice. The aim is to make new technologies and innovation available to improve health. By bringing together health sector actors (health professionals, researchers, solution and funding providers, associations etc.), 27 Delvalle must enable the emergence of projects that allow better living thanks to digital technology. The Habitat platform: show and simulation apartment highlighting technical, technological and innovating solutions for kitting out a home to allow fragile, ageing and handicapped people to remain autonomous as long as possible. It is a real apartment that organizes uses for daily life aiming to simplify and adapt them to the needs of the person. All the daily activities are simulated here, moving round the apartment, communication with the exterior, security etc. Connected objects, mobile robots are all here and act thanks to presence detectors, sensors and applications that are configured according to needs. Robotics workshop for the local children. MR ©A. NOOR / BSIP/ The Image Works
Germany: Johannes Gutenberg (c. 1398 – February 3, 1468) the printer and publisher who introduced the first European printing press, anonymous oil painting, 15th Century - Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg was a blacksmith, goldsmith, printer, and publisher who introduced the printing press. His usage of movable type printing started the Printing Revolution and is widely regarded as the most important event of the modern period. It played a key role in the development of the Renaissance, Reformation and the Scientific Revolution and laid the material basis for the modern knowledge-based economy and the spread of learning to the masses.  Gutenberg was the first European to use movable type printing, in around 1439. Among his many contributions to printing are: the invention of a process for mass-producing movable type; the use of oil-based ink; and the use of a wooden printing press similar to the agricultural screw presses of the period. His acclaim is due to the engineering of these elements into a practical system for the mass production of printed books, that was economically viable for printers and readers alike. Gutenberg's method for making type was an improvement over the Chinese Bi Sheng's from 400 years earlier, and is traditionally considered to have included a type metal alloy and a hand mould for casting type.  The use of durable metallic movable type allowed rapid mass production of printed works. Gutenberg's printing technology spread rapidly throughout Europe, and quickly replaced most of the handwritten manuscript methods of book production throughout the world. Woodblock printing, rubrication, and engraving continued to be used to supplement Gutenberg's printing process.  His first major work using his printing methods was the Gutenberg Bible.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Germany: Johannes Gutenberg (c. 1398 – February 3, 1468) the printer and publisher who introduced the first European printing press, anonymous oil painting, 15th Century - Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg was a blacksmith, goldsmith, printer, and publisher who introduced the printing press. His usage of movable type printing started the Printing Revolution and is widely regarded as the most important event of the modern period. It played a key role in the development of the Renaissance, Reformation and the Scientific Revolution and laid the material basis for the modern knowledge-based economy and the spread of learning to the masses.

Gutenberg was the first European to use movable type printing, in around 1439. Among his many contributions to printing are: the invention of a process for mass-producing movable type; the use of oil-based ink; and the use of a wooden printing press similar to the agricultural screw presses of the period. His acclaim is due to the engineering of these elements into a practical system for the mass production of printed books, that was economically viable for printers and readers alike. Gutenberg's method for making type was an improvement over the Chinese Bi Sheng's from 400 years earlier, and is traditionally considered to have included a type metal alloy and a hand mould for casting type.

The use of durable metallic movable type allowed rapid mass production of printed works. Gutenberg's printing technology spread rapidly throughout Europe, and quickly replaced most of the handwritten manuscript methods of book production throughout the world. Woodblock printing, rubrication, and engraving continued to be used to supplement Gutenberg's printing process.

His first major work using his printing methods was the Gutenberg Bible. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
Germany: Johannes Gutenberg (c. 1398 – February 3, 1468) the printer and publisher who introduced the first European printing press, posthumous engraving, 15th Century - Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg was a blacksmith, goldsmith, printer, and publisher who introduced the printing press. His usage of movable type printing started the Printing Revolution and is widely regarded as the most important event of the modern period. It played a key role in the development of the Renaissance, Reformation and the Scientific Revolution and laid the material basis for the modern knowledge-based economy and the spread of learning to the masses.  Gutenberg was the first European to use movable type printing, in around 1439. Among his many contributions to printing are: the invention of a process for mass-producing movable type; the use of oil-based ink; and the use of a wooden printing press similar to the agricultural screw presses of the period. His acclaim is due to the engineering of these elements into a practical system for the mass production of printed books, that was economically viable for printers and readers alike. Gutenberg's method for making type was an improvement over the Chinese Bi Sheng's from 400 years earlier, and is traditionally considered to have included a type metal alloy and a hand mould for casting type.  The use of durable metallic movable type allowed rapid mass production of printed works. Gutenberg's printing technology spread rapidly throughout Europe, and quickly replaced most of the handwritten manuscript methods of book production throughout the world. Woodblock printing, rubrication, and engraving continued to be used to supplement Gutenberg's printing process.  His first major work using his printing methods was the Gutenberg Bible.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Germany: Johannes Gutenberg (c. 1398 – February 3, 1468) the printer and publisher who introduced the first European printing press, posthumous engraving, 15th Century - Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg was a blacksmith, goldsmith, printer, and publisher who introduced the printing press. His usage of movable type printing started the Printing Revolution and is widely regarded as the most important event of the modern period. It played a key role in the development of the Renaissance, Reformation and the Scientific Revolution and laid the material basis for the modern knowledge-based economy and the spread of learning to the masses.

Gutenberg was the first European to use movable type printing, in around 1439. Among his many contributions to printing are: the invention of a process for mass-producing movable type; the use of oil-based ink; and the use of a wooden printing press similar to the agricultural screw presses of the period. His acclaim is due to the engineering of these elements into a practical system for the mass production of printed books, that was economically viable for printers and readers alike. Gutenberg's method for making type was an improvement over the Chinese Bi Sheng's from 400 years earlier, and is traditionally considered to have included a type metal alloy and a hand mould for casting type.

The use of durable metallic movable type allowed rapid mass production of printed works. Gutenberg's printing technology spread rapidly throughout Europe, and quickly replaced most of the handwritten manuscript methods of book production throughout the world. Woodblock printing, rubrication, and engraving continued to be used to supplement Gutenberg's printing process.

His first major work using his printing methods was the Gutenberg Bible. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
Astoria,  New York:  September 17, 2015: A student drinks milk during a coding class at The Young Women's Leadership School of Astoria. The all-girls STEM-focused public school was established in 2006. © Ann Hermes/ Christian Science Monitor / The Image Works          NOTE: Restrictions may apply
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Astoria, New York: September 17, 2015: A student drinks milk during a coding class at The Young Women's Leadership School of Astoria. The all-girls STEM-focused public school was established in 2006. © Ann Hermes/ Christian Science Monitor / The Image Works NOTE: Restrictions may apply
China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Chairman of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping before the start of the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII.    ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Chairman of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping before the start of the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Chairman of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping at the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII.    ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Chairman of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping at the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
China, Beijing  09/03/2015 Russian military personnel of the 154th Preobrazhensky Independent Commandant's Regiment during a military parade conducted to mark the 70th anniversary of China's victory in the Second Sino-Japanese War and the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.     ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Russian military personnel of the 154th Preobrazhensky Independent Commandant's Regiment during a military parade conducted to mark the 70th anniversary of China's victory in the Second Sino-Japanese War and the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
China, Beijing  09/03/2015 Serbian silent drill platoon at the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII.    ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Serbian silent drill platoon at the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Servicemen of the People's Liberation Army of China at the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Servicemen of the People's Liberation Army of China at the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
China, Beijing  09/03/2015 Servicemen of the People's Liberation Army of China at the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII.  ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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China, Beijing 09/03/2015 Servicemen of the People's Liberation Army of China at the military parade to mark on the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people in the war of resistance against Japan and the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works

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