Showing posts from November, 2010

Science Photos

Do you know what these two images have in common?
(Answer here:

Molecule Image Credit: Dr. Mark J. Winter / Photo Researchers, Inc.
Girl Image Credit: Will & Deni McIntyre / Photo Researchers, Inc.

SEM Photos

This is a very pretty picture of something, alright. But what do you think it's a picture of? Any guesses?
(Click here for the answer: It's one of our many SEM photos...)

Technology Stock Photos

On this day in 1970, U.S. Patent No. 3541541 was issued to inventor Doug Engelbart for his "X-Y Position Indicator for a Display System," which he and his colleagues called a "mouse," after its tail-like cable.
Credit: Stephen Gerard / Photo Researchers, Inc.
Check out a few more images of mice (the computer kind) on our website.

X-Ray Images

On November 8, 1895, physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (1845–1923) discovered x-rays, beginning a new era in physics and medicine. Although x-rays had been observed previously, it was Röentgen, a professor at the University of Wurzburg (Germany), who successfully repeated x-ray experimentation and who is credited with the discovery.

Ever wondered what it would be like to have x-ray vision? Take a look at an assortment of our X-ray Images and find out!

Credit: Gustoimages / Photo Researchers, Inc.

SEM Images

Can you guess what this is a picture of??

Credit: Dee Breger / Photo Researchers, Inc.

Hint: Think about SEM Images.

Diabetes Images

November is

Check out a general sample of Diabetes Related Images available on our website.

Type 2 Diabetes, Illustration
Credit: Jim Dowdalls / Photo Researchers, Inc.

isa condition where the body does not produce or properly use insulin.
Insulin Images There are two main types of diabetes: Type 1 (Juvenile) Diabetes, usually diagnosed in children and young adults
(Type 1) Juvenile Diabetes Images
Type 2, the most common form, most often diagnosed in adults.
Type 2 Diabetes Images

Risk Factorsfor Type 2 diabetes include, but are not limited to: - Obesity - High blood pressure - High triglycerides- Low hDLThe transport of cholesterol via high density lipoproteins (HDL) in the blood.
Credit: MedicalRF / Photo Researchers, Inc.
Complications from Diabetesinclude, but are not limited to: - Kidney disease - Amputations - BlindnessDiabetic RetinopathyCredit: Science Source
Find out what you can do to help Stop Diabetes!