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ART-DAVINCI/
RTX6W69S
May 23, 2019
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
London, United Kingdom
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in Drawing, the largest exhibition of Leonardo's work in more than 65 years, at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace in London, Britain, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ART-DAVINCI/
RTX6W654
May 23, 2019
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
London, United Kingdom
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in Drawing, the largest exhibition of Leonardo's work in more than 65 years, at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace in London, Britain, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
ART-DAVINCI/
RTX6W64X
May 23, 2019
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
London, United Kingdom
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in Drawing, the largest exhibition of Leonardo's work in more than 65 years, at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace in London, Britain, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
ART-DAVINCI/
RTX6W64Q
May 23, 2019
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
London, United Kingdom
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in Drawing, the largest exhibition of Leonardo's work in more than 65 years, at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace in London, Britain, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
ART-DAVINCI/
RTX6W607
May 23, 2019
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
London, United Kingdom
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in...
Royal Collection Trust staff pose beside some of Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical studies at A Life in Drawing, the largest exhibition of Leonardo's work in more than 65 years, at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace in London, Britain, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
USA-BODIES/1
RTS1H31W
October 18, 2017
[JOHN S WILL SUPPLY NAME] XXXXX uses a cadaver to show students anatomical details at the Institute...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
XXXXX uses a cadaver to show students anatomical details at the Institute for Human Anatomy in Salt Lake...
[JOHN S WILL SUPPLY NAME] XXXXX uses a cadaver to show students anatomical details at the Institute for Human Anatomy in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S. July 23, 2016. The Institute uses donated cadavers for training and education, including sessions for massage therapists and yoga instructors. PIcture taken July 23, 2016. To match Special Report USA-BODIES/1 REUTERS/John Shiffman
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESZR
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise, (L), President of the Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General Christopher...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Wise, President of the Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General Coulston, talk...
Attorney Steven Wise, (L), President of the Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General Christopher Coulston (R), talk after a hearing in New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Richard Drew/Pool
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESZQ
May 27, 2015
Judge Barbara Jaffe presides in New York State Supreme Court where attorney Steven Wise (not pictured),...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judge Jaffe presides in New York State Supreme Court where attorney Wise, President of the animal rights...
Judge Barbara Jaffe presides in New York State Supreme Court where attorney Steven Wise (not pictured), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, was arguing a case in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Richard Drew/Pool
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESZ3
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise (L), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General...
Attorney Steven Wise (L), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General Christopher Coulston, (2nd R) appear in New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Richard Drew/Pool
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESZ2
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise (2nd L), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project makes an argument...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project makes an argument as Assistant...
Attorney Steven Wise (2nd L), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project makes an argument as Assistant Attorney General Christopher Coulston (2nd R) listens in New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Richard Drew/Pool
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESZ0
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise (2nd L), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General...
Attorney Steven Wise (2nd L), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General Christopher Coulston, (4th L) appear in front of Judge Barbara Jaffe (R) in New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Richard Drew/Pool
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESX3
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise (2nd L), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General...
Attorney Steven Wise (2nd L), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General Christopher Coulston, (2nd R) appear in New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Richard Drew/Pool
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESVK
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, makes an argument...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, makes an argument in New...
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, makes an argument in New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. Listening are Natalie Prosin, executive director of the Nonhuman Rights Project, and Assistant Attorney General Christopher Coulston, right. REUTERS/Richard Drew/Pool
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESPY
May 27, 2015
An animal rights activist holds up her mobile phone with the image of a chimp on it's cover as Attorney...
New York, UNITED STATES
An animal rights activist holds up mobile phone with image of a chimp on it's cover as Attorney Wise...
An animal rights activist holds up her mobile phone with the image of a chimp on it's cover as Attorney Steven Wise (front R), President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project speaks to reporters outside New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESPX
May 27, 2015
Animal rights activist Wayne Johnson holds a sign outside New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Animal rights activist Wayne Johnson holds a sign outside New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan...
Animal rights activist Wayne Johnson holds a sign outside New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. The court was hearing an argument Wednesday in a suit brought by Attorney Steven Wise who has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESO3
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, speaks to reporters...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the Nonhuman Rights Project speaks to reporters outside New York State...
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, speaks to reporters outside New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESNZ
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, speaks to reporters...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Wise, President of the Nonhuman Rights Project, speaks to reporters outside New York State Supreme...
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project, speaks to reporters outside New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-CHIMPS/COURT
RTX1ESNA
May 27, 2015
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project speaks to reporters...
New York, UNITED STATES
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the Nonhuman Rights Project speaks to reporters outside New York State...
Attorney Steven Wise, President of the animal rights group Nonhuman Rights Project speaks to reporters outside New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City May 27, 2015. Wise has sued Stony Brook University in New York State over two chimps it owns, Hercules and Leo, which are used in anatomical research on primates. The group wants the animals transferred to a sanctuary in Florida. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA/
RTR3MZXN
April 28, 2014
Actor James Cromwell protests from inside a crate during a PETA demonstration demanding Air France stop...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
James Cromwell protests from inside a crate during a PETA demonstration demanding Air France stop flying...
Actor James Cromwell protests from inside a crate during a PETA demonstration demanding Air France stop flying monkeys to laboratories, inside the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California April 28, 2014. The placards in French read: "Cruelty should not travel". REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TRANSPORT)
SPAIN/
RTR3MGSG
April 24, 2014
Crosses, placed by Igualdad Animal (Animal Equality) activists, depict a cemetery as a protest against...
Barcelona, Spain
Crosses, placed by Igualdad Animal activists, depict a cemetery as a protest against the use of animals...
Crosses, placed by Igualdad Animal (Animal Equality) activists, depict a cemetery as a protest against the use of animals in experiments, in front of Barcelona's cathedral April 24, 2014. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS)
USA/
RTX11XE9
July 24, 2013
Gunther von Hagens ' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
New York, UNITED STATES
Gunther von Hagens ' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
Gunther von Hagens ' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times Square in New York July 24, 2013. The piece is part of the Body Worlds: Pulse anatomical art and science exhibition that displays preserved human bodies through a process called Plastination, which reveals inner anatomical structures. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton(UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX11XE8
July 24, 2013
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
New York, UNITED STATES
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times Square in New York July 24, 2013. The piece is part of the Body Worlds: Pulse anatomical art and science exhibition that displays preserved human bodies through a process called Plastination, which reveals inner anatomical structures.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX11XE7
July 24, 2013
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
New York, UNITED STATES
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times Square in New York July 24, 2013. The piece is part of the Body Worlds: Pulse anatomical art and science exhibition that displays preserved human bodies through a process called Plastination, which reveals inner anatomical structures.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX11XE3
July 24, 2013
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
New York, UNITED STATES
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times Square in New York July 24, 2013. The piece is part of the Body Worlds: Pulse anatomical art and science exhibition that displays preserved human bodies through a process called Plastination, which reveals inner anatomical structures. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTX11XDV
July 24, 2013
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
New York, UNITED STATES
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times Square in New York July 24, 2013. The piece is part of the Body Worlds: Pulse anatomical art and science exhibition that displays preserved human bodies through a process called Plastination, which reveals inner anatomical structures.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX11XDP
July 24, 2013
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
New York, UNITED STATES
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times Square in New York July 24, 2013. The piece is part of the Body Worlds: Pulse anatomical art and science exhibition that displays preserved human bodies through a process called Plastination, which reveals inner anatomical structures.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX11XDL
July 24, 2013
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
New York, UNITED STATES
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times...
Gunther von Hagens' anatomical horse and rider 'Rearing Horse with Rider' is seen on display at Times Square in New York July 24, 2013. The piece is part of the Body Worlds: Pulse anatomical art and science exhibition that displays preserved human bodies through a process called Plastination, which reveals inner anatomical structures.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-BADGERS/
RTX1085A
June 01, 2013
A demonstrator hangs from a lamp post during a protest against the cull of badgers, in central London...
London, United Kingdom
A demonstrator hangs from a lamp post during a protest against the cull of badgers, in central London...
A demonstrator hangs from a lamp post during a protest against the cull of badgers, in central London June 1, 2013. Farmers in two English counties will be allowed to kill badgers in an attempt to control tuberculosis in cows, in a pilot program beginning today. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR31GW6
May 01, 2012
Britain's Prince Charles views anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles views anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham...
Britain's Prince Charles views anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace, London May 1, 2012. The exhibition "Leonardo da Vinci : Anatomist" opens on Friday and runs until October 7, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS)
BRITAIN/
RTR31GVO
May 01, 2012
Britain's Prince Charles views anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles views anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham...
Britain's Prince Charles views anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace, London May 1, 2012. The exhibition "Leonardo da Vinci : Anatomist" opens on Friday and runs until October 7, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS)
BRITAIN/
RTR31GVK
May 01, 2012
Britain's Prince Charles looks at anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles looks at anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in...
Britain's Prince Charles looks at anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace, London May 1, 2012. The exhibition "Leonardo da Vinci : Anatomist" opens on Friday and runs until October 7, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS)
BRAINS/EXHIBITION
RTR2ZYA1
March 27, 2012
An anatomical model of a human head is seen at an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London March...
London, United Kingdom
An anatomical model of a human head is seen at an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London
An anatomical model of a human head is seen at an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London March 27, 2012. We've pickled it, dessicated it, drilled it, mummified it, chopped it and sliced it over centuries, yet as the most complex entity in the known universe, the human brain remains a mysterious fascination.With samples of Albert Einstein's preserved brain on slides, and specimens from other famous and infamous heads such as the English mathematician Charles Babbage and notorious mass murderer William Burke, an exhibition opening in London this week is seeking to tap into that intrigue. The exhibition Brains: The Mind As Matter runs from March 29 to June 17. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH)
MEXICO/
RTR2MH1U
May 15, 2011
An activist from the animal rights group AnimaNaturalis wears a rabbit mask during a protest against...
Mexico City, Mexico
An activist from the animal rights group AnimaNaturalis wears a rabbit mask during a protest against...
An activist from the animal rights group AnimaNaturalis wears a rabbit mask during a protest against animal testing for cleaning products in Mexico City May 15, 2011. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
CROATIA
RTR2L6DC
April 13, 2011
An animal rights activist dressed as a rabbit invites people to sign a petition against companies that...
Zagreb, Croatia
An animal rights activist invites people to sign a petition against companies that produce cosmetics...
An animal rights activist dressed as a rabbit invites people to sign a petition against companies that produce cosmetics that require animal testing, in the main square in Zagreb April 13, 2011. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA - Tags: ANIMALS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FOODS/CHEMCIALS-CANS
RTR2EXQC
June 09, 2010
Yale University physician, professor and researcher Hugh Taylor holds a mouse inside a laboratory at...
New Haven, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS
Yale University physician, professor and researcher Hugh Taylor holds a mouse inside a laboratory at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, May 21, 2010. His research has shown that the chemical BPA (Bisphenol A) alters the way genes react to estrogen, and could open the door for infants in utero to develop cancer much later in life. To study the way BPA may affect children in utero, Taylor injected pregnant mice with high doses of the chemical five days into their 21-day gestation cycle. He found that the mice exposed to BPA in the womb lacked the "gate" on their DNA receptors and were more susceptible to estrogen for the rest of their lives. To match Special Report FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH BUSINESS HEALTH)
FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS
RTR2EXPT
June 09, 2010
Yale University physician, professor and researcher Hugh Taylor demonstrates how pregnant mice were injected...
New Haven, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS
Yale University physician, professor and researcher Hugh Taylor demonstrates how pregnant mice were injected with high doses of the chemical BPA (Bisphenol A) in a laboratory at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, May 21, 2010. His research has shown that the chemical alters the way genes react to estrogen, and could open the door for infants in utero to develop cancer much later in life. To match Special Report FOOD/CHEMICALS-CANS REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH BUSINESS HEALTH)
SPAIN/
RTR2ANAT
February 21, 2010
The feet of an animal rights activist are covered in fake blood during a protest against wearing fur...
Madrid, Spain
The feet of an animal rights activist are covered in fake blood during a protest against wearing fur...
The feet of an animal rights activist are covered in fake blood during a protest against wearing fur and in favour of animal rights at Madrid's Puerta del Sol February 21, 2010. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
JAPAN/
RTXPVXS
October 22, 2009
Meti Inc's Emergency Care Simulator (ECS) is seen during a demonstration at the Security and Safety Trade...
Tokyo, Japan
Meti Inc's Emergency Care Simulator (ECS) is seen during a demonstration at the Security and Safety Trade...
Meti Inc's Emergency Care Simulator (ECS) is seen during a demonstration at the Security and Safety Trade Expo in Tokyo October 22, 2009. The ECS provides an anatomically correct mannequin, which allows for the physical demonstration of various clinical states including bleeding, breathing, blinking eyes and convulsions. The expo, with 277 participating exhibitors, showcases products and information from the fields of crime prevention, disaster prevention, and risk and crisis management in relation to terrorism and organized crime. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN DISASTER) SCI TECH BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTXPVXD
October 22, 2009
A man performs a demonstration with Meti Inc's Emergency Care Simulator (ECS) during the Security and...
Tokyo, Japan
A man performs a demonstration with Meti Inc's Emergency Care Simulator (ECS) during the Security and...
A man performs a demonstration with Meti Inc's Emergency Care Simulator (ECS) during the Security and Safety Trade Expo in Tokyo October 22, 2009. The ECS provides an anatomically correct mannequin, which allows for the physical demonstration of various clinical states including bleeding, breathing, blinking eyes and convulsions. The expo, with 277 participating exhibitors, showcases products and information from the fields of crime prevention, disaster prevention, and risk and crisis management in relation to terrorism and organized crime. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN DISASTER SCI TECH BUSINESS)
HUNGARY
RTR23G9L
January 16, 2009
Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla Liesel's arm and hand are seen during an operation in Budapest January...
Budapest, Hungary
Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla Liesel's arm and hand are seen during an operation in Budapest
Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla Liesel's arm and hand are seen during an operation in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery became necessary due to the progress of a tumour, which could cause the death of the ape. During the three-hour long intervention, doctors for humans, with assistance from the zoo's veterinarians, checked the 32-year-old female, lowland gorilla's fibroids in its uterus, which are anatomically very similar to the human body. Surgery on gorillas is extremely rare, and this was the first time that this kind of intervention was necessary in Hungary. Picture taken January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Pool (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR23G9J
January 16, 2009
Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest
Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery became necessary due to the progress of a tumour, which could cause the death of the ape. During the three-hour long intervention, doctors for humans, with assistance from the zoo's veterinarians, checked the 32-year-old female, lowland gorilla's fibroids in its uterus, which are anatomically very similar to the human body. Surgery on gorillas is extremely rare, and this was the first time that this kind of intervention was necessary in Hungary. Picture taken January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Pool (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR23G9I
January 16, 2009
Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest
Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery became necessary due to the progress of a tumour, which could cause the death of the ape. During the three-hour long intervention, doctors for humans, with assistance from the zoo's veterinarians, checked the 32-year-old female, lowland gorilla's fibroids in its uterus, which are anatomically very similar to the human body. Surgery on gorillas is extremely rare, and this was the first time that this kind of intervention was necessary in Hungary. Picture taken January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Pool (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR23G9E
January 16, 2009
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery...
Budapest, Hungary
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla in Budapest
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery became necessary due to the progress of a tumour, which could cause the death of the ape. During the three-hour long intervention, doctors for humans, with assistance from the zoo's veterinarians, checked the 32-year-old female, lowland gorilla's fibroids in its uterus, which are anatomically very similar to the human body. Surgery on gorillas is extremely rare, and this was the first time that this kind of intervention was necessary in Hungary. Picture taken January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Pool (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR23G9D
January 16, 2009
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery...
Budapest, Hungary
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla in Budapest
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery became necessary due to the progress of a tumour, which could cause the death of the ape. During the three-hour long intervention, doctors for humans, with assistance from the zoo's veterinarians, checked the 32-year-old female, lowland gorilla's fibroids in its uterus, which are anatomically very similar to the human body. Surgery on gorillas is extremely rare, and this was the first time that this kind of intervention was necessary in Hungary. Picture taken January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Pool (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR23G98
January 16, 2009
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery...
Budapest, Hungary
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla in Budapest
Surgeons operate on the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery became necessary due to the progress of a tumour, which could cause the death of the ape. During the three-hour long intervention, doctors for humans, with assistance from the zoo's veterinarians, checked the 32-year-old female, lowland gorilla's fibroids in its uterus, which are anatomically very similar to the human body. Surgery on gorillas is extremely rare, and this was the first time that this kind of intervention was necessary in Hungary. Picture taken January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Pool (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR23G92
January 16, 2009
Veterinarians prepare the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, for an operation in Budapest January...
Budapest, Hungary
Veterinarians prepare the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla for an operation in Budapest
Veterinarians prepare the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, for an operation in Budapest January 15, 2009. The surgery became necessary due to the progress of a tumour, which could cause the death of the ape. During the three-hour long intervention, doctors for humans, with assistance from the zoo's veterinarians, checked the 32-year-old female, lowland gorilla's fibroids in its uterus, which are anatomically very similar to the human body. Surgery on gorillas is extremely rare, and this was the first time that this kind of intervention was necessary in Hungary. Picture taken January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Pool (HUNGARY)
CHINA/
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November 19, 2008
Macaques look out from their cell at the Anhui Provincial Experimental Macaque Training Center in Qimen...
QIMEN, China
Macaques look out from their cell at the Anhui Provincial Experimental Macaque Training Center in Qimen...
Macaques look out from their cell at the Anhui Provincial Experimental Macaque Training Center in Qimen county, Anhui province, November 19, 2008. The nationally-funded centre with a capacity of 700 rears the macaques for scientific research and medical experiments, according to local media. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CEBIT/
RTR1XU0C
March 03, 2008
A woman presents an Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME) from IBM Healthcare, at the IBM exhibit at...
Hanover, Germany
Woman presents Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine at the IBM exhibit of the upcoming CeBIT fair in Hanover...
A woman presents an Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME) from IBM Healthcare, at the IBM exhibit at the upcoming CeBIT fair in Hanover March 3, 2008. According to IBM, the technology allows doctors to click with the computer mouse on a particular part of the avatar "body" to trigger a search of medical records to retrieve relevant information. The world's biggest IT fair CeBIT opens its doors to the public on March 4, and runs through to March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
CEBIT/
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March 02, 2008
A worker checks the Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME), from IBM Healthcare, during preparations...
Hanover, Germany
A worker checks the Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine, from IBM Healthcare, during preparations ahead of...
A worker checks the Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME), from IBM Healthcare, during preparations ahead of the CeBIT fair in Hanover March 2, 2008. According to IBM, the technology allows doctors to click with the computer mouse on a particular part of the avatar "body" to trigger a search of medical records to retrieve relevant information. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
USA/
RTR1VXLK
January 18, 2008
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) members, wearing M&M-colored body paint, brave the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) members, wearing M&M-colored body paint, protest against...
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) members, wearing M&M-colored body paint, brave the cold weather while protesting against Mars' cruel animal tests, in Washington January 17, 2008. PETA members asked the public to boycott Mars' products because of their conducting and funding of animal experiments for its candy products. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES)
GEORGIA/
RTR1QMDT
June 09, 2007
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
Sukhumi, Georgia
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region of Abkhazia, June 8, 2007. In Soviet times a leading institute for the study of diseases by way of experimenting with primates, the station has been struggling to keep its scientific work running since Abkhazia broke away from central Georgian rule during a war of independence in the early nineties. Its former population of about 6000 monkeys has been reduced to some 300 primates and funding from the unrecognized Abkhaz government is meagre, the institute said. Picture taken June 8, 2007. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA/
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June 09, 2007
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
Sukhumi, Georgia
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region of Abkhazia, June 8, 2007. In Soviet times, a leading institute for the study of diseases by way of experimenting with primates, the station has been struggling to keep its scientific work running since Abkhazia broke away from central Georgian rule during a war of independence in the early nineties. Its former population of about 6000 monkeys has been reduced to some 300 primates and funding from the unrecognized Abkhaz government is meagre, the institute said. Picture taken June 8, 2007. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GEORGIA)
DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
RTR1NN1B
March 19, 2007
First year Northwestern University medical students perform a pelvic exam on rubber dummies during their...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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First year Northwestern University medical students perform a pelvic exam on rubber dummies during their human anatomy class in Chicago, Illinois March 15, 2007. The hands-on educational class is taught by assistant professor of surgery Carla Pugh. Pugh, has patented technology that combines portions of fully formed anatomical mannequins with computers to teach medical students to do exams on the body's most private and sensitive areas -- genitalia, breasts and rectums. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
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March 19, 2007
First year Northwestern University medical student Jillian Havey (L) performs a pelvic exam on rubber...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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First year Northwestern University medical student Jillian Havey (L) performs a pelvic exam on rubber dummy using a flash light and a vaginal speculum during a human anatomy class in Chicago, Illinois March 15, 2007. The hands-on educational class is taught by assistant professor of surgery Carla Pugh. Pugh, has patented technology that combines portions of fully formed anatomical mannequins with computers to teach medical students to do exams on the body's most private and sensitive areas -- genitalia, breasts and rectums. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
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March 19, 2007
First year Northwestern University medical students Abbie Harts (L) and Michelle Gentile (R) receive...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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First year Northwestern University medical students Abbie Harts (L) and Michelle Gentile (R) receive directions on how to insert a vaginal speculum into a volunteer patient's vagina before performing a pelvic exam during their human anatomy class in Chicago, Illinois March 15, 2007. The hands-on educational class is taught by assistant professor of surgery Carla Pugh. Pugh, has patented technology that combines portions of fully formed anatomical mannequins with computers to teach medical students to do exams on the body's most private and sensitive areas -- genitalia, breasts and rectums. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
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March 19, 2007
First year Northwestern University medical students Abbie Harts (L) and Michelle Gentile (2nd L) listen...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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First year Northwestern University medical students Abbie Harts (L) and Michelle Gentile (2nd L) listen as Doctor Perry Kamel (C) instruct them how to perform a pelvic exam on rubber dummies during their human anatomy class in Chicago, Illinois March 15, 2007. The hands-on educational class is taught by assistant professor of surgery Carla Pugh. Pugh, has patented technology that combines portions of fully formed anatomical mannequins with computers to teach medical students to do exams on the body's most private and sensitive areas -- genitalia, breasts and rectums. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
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March 19, 2007
First year Northwestern University medical students review pages in a textbook as instructor Doctor Sudha...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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First year Northwestern University medical students review pages in a textbook as instructor Doctor Sudha Rao (B) talks about the human vagina for a pelvic exam on rubber dummies during their human anatomy class in Chicago, Illinois March 15, 2007. The hands-on educational class is taught by assistant professor of surgery Carla Pugh. Pugh, has patented technology that combines portions of fully formed anatomical mannequins with computers to teach medical students to do exams on the body's most private and sensitive areas -- genitalia, breasts and rectums. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
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March 19, 2007
First year Northwestern University medical students perform a pelvic exam on rubber dummies during their...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
First year Northwestern University medical students perform a pelvic exam on rubber dummies during their human anatomy class in Chicago, Illinois, March 15, 2007. The hands-on educational class is taught by assistant professor of surgery Carla Pugh. Pugh, has patented technology that combines portions of fully formed anatomical mannequins with computers to teach medical students to do exams on the body's most private and sensitive areas -- genitalia, breasts and rectums. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
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March 19, 2007
First year Northwestern University medical student Michelle Gentile (R) assists Abbie Harts (C) as she...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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First year Northwestern University medical student Michelle Gentile (R) assists Abbie Harts (C) as she performs a pelvic exam on a volunteer patient during their human anatomy class in Chicago, Illinois March 15, 2007. The hands-on educational class is taught by assistant professor of surgery Carla Pugh. Pugh, has patented technology that combines portions of fully formed anatomical mannequins with computers to teach medical students to do exams on the body's most private and sensitive areas -- genitalia, breasts and rectums. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
DOCTORS-DUMMIES/
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March 19, 2007
First year Northwestern University medical students listen as Doctor Peter Kallas (C) explains how to...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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First year Northwestern University medical students listen as Doctor Peter Kallas (C) explains how to use a vaginal speculum to perform a pelvic exam on rubber dummies during their human anatomy class in Chicago, Illinois March 15, 2007. The hands-on educational class is taught by assistant professor of surgery Carla Pugh. Pugh, has patented technology that combines portions of fully formed anatomical mannequins with computers to teach medical students to do exams on the body's most private and sensitive areas -- genitalia, breasts and rectums. Picture taken March 15, 2007. To match feature DOCTORS-DUMMIES/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
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