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Upton, New York,  March, 1952 A technician at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island stands behind a brick wall as he uses a long steel pole to remove the plug from a one and one-half ton lead shield containing radioactive tantalum while a health physicist uses a survey meter containing a Geiger Counter to make sure personnel are not exposed to dangerous amounts of radiation. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Upton, New York, March, 1952
A technician at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island stands behind a brick wall as he uses a long steel pole to remove the plug from a one and one-half ton lead shield containing radioactive tantalum while a health physicist uses a survey meter containing a Geiger Counter to make sure personnel are not exposed to dangerous amounts of radiation. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
South Bend, Indiana,  March 8, 1941 Notre Dame University's recently completed 20 ton atom smasher that will produce 8 million volts for experimentation in particle disintegration by high speed electrons. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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South Bend, Indiana, March 8, 1941
Notre Dame University's recently completed 20 ton atom smasher that will produce 8 million volts for experimentation in particle disintegration by high speed electrons. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Chicago, Illinois, 1956 Dr. Leonard Reiffel, manager of research at the Armour Research Foundation of the Illinois Institute of Technology, running the slave manipulator behind three foot thick windows in the hot cell of the new nuclear reactor. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Chicago, Illinois, 1956
Dr. Leonard Reiffel, manager of research at the Armour Research Foundation of the Illinois Institute of Technology, running the slave manipulator behind three foot thick windows in the hot cell of the new nuclear reactor. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Schenectady, New York,  February 12, 1959 James Young (r), general manager of General Electric's Engineering Laboratory,  with GE's new electron accelerator which will help explore the effects of radiation on materials in a long range program. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Schenectady, New York, February 12, 1959
James Young (r), general manager of General Electric's Engineering Laboratory, with GE's new electron accelerator which will help explore the effects of radiation on materials in a long range program. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Canberra, Australia, 1953 The 1,250,000 volt generator and ion accelerator in the Research School of Physical Sciences at the Australian National University. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Canberra, Australia, 1953
The 1,250,000 volt generator and ion accelerator in the Research School of Physical Sciences at the Australian National University. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Forest Hills, Pennsylvania. 1938 The Westinghouse Atom Smasher, a five megavolt Van de Graaff generator particle accelerator, is the first commercial industrial atom smasher built by private industry and marks the beginning of nuclear research for civilian applications. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Forest Hills, Pennsylvania. 1938
The Westinghouse Atom Smasher, a five megavolt Van de Graaff generator particle accelerator, is the first commercial industrial atom smasher built by private industry and marks the beginning of nuclear research for civilian applications. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Lemont, Illinois,  1952 Group Leader John Fitzpatick with the Argonne National Research Lab's new 60" constant frequency cyclotron. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Lemont, Illinois, 1952
Group Leader John Fitzpatick with the Argonne National Research Lab's new 60" constant frequency cyclotron. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Berkeley, California, August 10, 1945 University of California's Dr. Ernest Lawrence, inventor of the cyclotron, and UC engineer WB Reynolds, examine the control panel of the 60 inch atom gun which is being used in the making of the first atomic bomb. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
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Berkeley, California, August 10, 1945
University of California's Dr. Ernest Lawrence, inventor of the cyclotron, and UC engineer WB Reynolds, examine the control panel of the 60 inch atom gun which is being used in the making of the first atomic bomb. © Underwood Archives / The Image Works
Fuchs, Klaus: German physicist and spy (worked on the development of the US atomb bomb in Los Alamos from 1942, gave British and American secrets to the Soviet Union; from 1959 responsible for the nuclear power stations in the GDR, Russelsheim 29.11.1911 ‚ East Berlin - 29.1.1988. Portrait photo, 1986. © akg-images / The Image Works
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Fuchs, Klaus: German physicist and spy (worked on the development of the US atomb bomb in Los Alamos from 1942, gave British and American secrets to the Soviet Union; from 1959 responsible for the nuclear power stations in the GDR, Russelsheim
29.11.1911 ‚ East Berlin - 29.1.1988. Portrait photo, 1986. © akg-images / The Image Works
Adding machine: Electronic desktop calculator, "Divisumma 28". Design: Mario Bellini, 1973. Manufacturer: Olivetti, Ivrea (Italy).  © akg-images / The Image Works
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Adding machine: Electronic desktop calculator, "Divisumma 28". Design: Mario Bellini, 1973.
Manufacturer: Olivetti, Ivrea (Italy). © akg-images / The Image Works
Ivrea,1976. Olivetti Industry. © Uliano Lucas / Alinari / The Image Works
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Ivrea,1976. Olivetti Industry.
© Uliano Lucas / Alinari / The Image Works
Typewriters. Electric typewriter, "Praxis 48". Design: Ettore Sottsass jr. Hans von Klier, 1964. Produced by Olivetti, Ivrea (Italy). © akg-images / The Image Works
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Typewriters. Electric typewriter, "Praxis 48". Design: Ettore Sottsass jr.
Hans von Klier, 1964. Produced by Olivetti, Ivrea (Italy). © akg-images / The Image Works
BRONTE WITTPENN   |   Times Third-grader Don'novaine Stewart, 10, looks into the eye of a Dash robot during a coding exercise at Moton Elementary School in Brooksville on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. The program is designed to introduce science, math and coding through interactive technology brought to the school through youth services library in Hernando County.Brooksville FL  2018-10-03   Tampa Bay Times
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Third-grader Don'novaine Stewart, 10, looks into the eye of a Dash robot during a coding exercise at Moton Elementary School in Brooksville on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. The program is designed to introduce science, math and coding through interactive technology brought to the school through youth services library in Hernando County.Brooksville FL 2018-10-03 Tampa Bay Times
1960s THE COMMAND MODULE FOR FIRST MANNED FLIGHT TO THE MOON APOLLO 11 USING A SATURN V  ROCKET ©H. ARMSTRONG ROBERTS / ClassicStock / Classic Stock / The Image Works
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1960s THE COMMAND MODULE FOR FIRST MANNED FLIGHT TO THE MOON APOLLO 11 USING A SATURN V ROCKET ©H. ARMSTRONG ROBERTS / ClassicStock / Classic Stock / The Image Works
1960s STILL LIFE MODEL FUTURISTIC SPACE STATION SHIP PLANET WITH RED CIRCULAR SKY SCI-FI SCIENCE FICTION ©PHOTO MEDIA / ClassicStock / Classic Stock / The Image Works
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1960s STILL LIFE MODEL FUTURISTIC SPACE STATION SHIP PLANET WITH RED CIRCULAR SKY SCI-FI SCIENCE FICTION ©PHOTO MEDIA / ClassicStock / Classic Stock / 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
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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
Autogyro, c1920s(?). ©Historic England / Heritage / The Image Works
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Autogyro, c1920s(?). ©Historic England / Heritage / 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

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