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CUBA-USA/
RTX1OBOV
August 14, 2015
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry stops to buy a humidor from a local vendor during his visit to the...
Havana, Cuba
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry stops to buy a humidor from a local vendor during his visit to the...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry stops to buy a humidor from a local vendor during his visit to the Plaza de San Francisco in Old Havana, Cuba, August 14, 2015. Kerry declared a new era in relations as he celebrated restored diplomatic ties in Havana on Friday, but he also urged political change in Cuba, telling Cubans they should be free to choose their own leaders. REUTERS/Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Pool
PORTUGAL/
RTX18UN1
February 14, 2014
A picture is developed in the laboratory of Silverbox Studio in Lisbon February 14, 2014. Silverbox Studio...
Lisbon, Portugal
A picture is developed in the laboratory of Silverbox Studio in Lisbon
A picture is developed in the laboratory of Silverbox Studio in Lisbon February 14, 2014. Silverbox Studio is a photography studio which uses old large format cameras and old processes of developing to take portraits. The studio celebrated Valentine's Day with the event "Gosto de ti", offering photo sessions for lovers at 20 euros per portrait. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA-BEER/
RTX12QZP
August 19, 2013
A sample of malt extract is collected in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town...
Vienna, Austria
A sample of malt extract is collected in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
A sample of malt extract is collected in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA-BEER/
RTX12QYW
August 19, 2013
A sample of malt extract is taken from the old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper...
Vienna, Austria
A sample of malt extract is taken from the old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint...
A sample of malt extract is taken from the old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
DOMINICANREPUBLIC/
RTR3916R
October 11, 2012
A Dominican doctor observes Aedes aegypti mosquitos, which can spread the dengue fever, at Centro Nacional...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A Dominican doctor observes Aedes aegypti mosquitos at the National Centre for Tropical Diseases Control,...
A Dominican doctor observes Aedes aegypti mosquitos, which can spread the dengue fever, at Centro Nacional de Control de Enfermedades Tropicales (CENCET), or the National Centre for Tropical Diseases Control, in Santo Domingo October 8, 2012. The Dominican government has issued a public health warning against rising incidents of Aedes aegypti dengue disease, which has affected 6,000 people and killed more than 13 in 2012, local media reported. Picture taken October 8, 2012. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CUG
September 24, 2012
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of...
Plzen, Czech Republic
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of...
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of methanol, in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION HEALTH POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR31VMX
May 10, 2012
Brewer Andrew Dickson takes a sample of beer at the Meantime brewery in east London May 10, 2012. The...
London, United Kingdom
Brewer Andrew Dickson takes a sample of beer at the Meantime brewery in east London
Brewer Andrew Dickson takes a sample of beer at the Meantime brewery in east London May 10, 2012. The Meantime Brewing Company became the capital's biggest new brewery since 1936 when its new facility opened on Thursday, a press release for the company stated. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2YDHA
February 24, 2012
Outgrowths of the Silene stenophylla, considered as the oldest plant ever to be regenerated, are seen...
Pushchino, Russia
Outgrowths of the Silene stenophylla, oldest plant to be regenerated, are seen inside containers in Pushchino...
Outgrowths of the Silene stenophylla, considered as the oldest plant ever to be regenerated, are seen inside containers at a laboratory of the Institute of Cell Biophysics under the Russian Academy Of Sciences in the town of Pushchino, some 100 km (62 miles) south of the capital Moscow, February 24, 2012. The seeds of an extant species of a flowering plant, also known as the narrow-leafed campion, were found by Russian scientists on the banks of the Kolyma River in Siberia in an Ice Age ground-squirrel's burrow containing fruit and seeds that had been stuck in the permafrost for about 30,000 years. The permafrost, which serves as a natural depository for ancient life forms, may help researchers and scientists with their future experiments to revive other species, according to local media. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
WINE-ICE/
RTR2WFKK
January 17, 2012
Jonathan Oakes conducts a PH test on soon-to-be ice wine at Leonard Oakes Estate Winery in Lyndonville,...
LYNDONVILLE, UNITED STATES
To match story WINE-ICE/
Jonathan Oakes conducts a PH test on soon-to-be ice wine at Leonard Oakes Estate Winery in Lyndonville, New York, January 10, 2012. An unusually warm winter is dampening prospects for the eastern American ice wine industry, with fewer frozen grapes being harvested and less of the dessert wine being made, raising prospects for higher prices for consumers. Picture taken January 10, 2012. To match story WINE-ICE/ REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
NOBEL-SPOOF/
RTR2S0UN
September 30, 2011
A chemist is reflected in a beaker after mixing chemicals that gave the beaker a reflective coating during...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
A chemist is reflected in a beaker after mixing chemicals that gave the beaker a reflective coating during...
A chemist is reflected in a beaker after mixing chemicals that gave the beaker a reflective coating during a demonstration at the 21st annual Ig Nobel prize ceremony at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts September 29, 2011. The annual prizes, meant to entertain and encourage scientific research, are awarded by the Journal of Improbable Research as a whimsical counterpart to the Nobel Prizes, which will be announced next week. REUTERS/Adam Hunger (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
CZECH/
RTR2QHU9
August 29, 2011
An employee from the Czech company Safina, Vladimir Novotny, puts gold pieces in an electrolysis beaker...
Prague, Czech Republic
An employee from the Czech company Safina puts gold pieces in an electrolysis beaker to be reprocessed...
An employee from the Czech company Safina, Vladimir Novotny, puts gold pieces in an electrolysis beaker to be reprocessed in the village of Vestec near Prague August 29, 2011. Safina is a Czech-based gold trading firm that sells premium investment gold and buys bullion from private holders. Gold prices soared to record highs earlier this month as investors sought protection from volatility on global capital markets. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
CHINA
RTR2NQTA
June 16, 2011
Yang Hongchang, boss of a snake rearing company, extracts venom from a snake at the snake farm in Zisiqiao...
Shanghai, China
Yang Hongchang, boss of a snake rearing company, extracts venom from a snake at the snake farm in Zisiqiao...
Yang Hongchang, boss of a snake rearing company, extracts venom from a snake at the snake farm in Zisiqiao village, Zhejiang Province June 15, 2011. Residents of Zisiqiao Village, also known as the snake town, raise over 3 million snakes a year for food and medicinal purposes. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2NORE
June 15, 2011
Yang Hongchang, boss of the snake rearing company extracts venom from a snake at the snake farm in Zisiqiao...
Shanghai, China
Yang Hongchang, boss of the snake rearing company extracts venom from a snake at the snake farm in Zisiqiao...
Yang Hongchang, boss of the snake rearing company extracts venom from a snake at the snake farm in Zisiqiao village, Zhejiang Province June 15, 2011. Residents of Zisiqiao Village, also known as the snake town, raise over 3 millions snake a year for the food and medicinal proposes. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BIOTECHNOLOGY-EUROPE/
RTR2J0V2
February 24, 2011
Dutch-based biotech, Prosensa researchers work on developing, possibly the World's first treatment for...
Leiden, Netherlands
To match ANALYSIS BIOTECHNOLOGY-EUROPE/
Dutch-based biotech, Prosensa researchers work on developing, possibly the World's first treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy disease (DMD) at their new laboratory in Leiden February 17, 2011. Prosensa is one of a new wave of successful biotechs that are emerging, many of them in the Benelux and Scandinavia, and stepping over a past generation of biotech casualties. The biotech focuses on a rare disease, a new hot area for large pharma increasingly facing drug patent expiries, and there is now resurgent industry talk of stock listings and trade sales. Prosensa and its partner, Britain's GlaxoSmithKline, started a phase III clinical study into a potential treatment last month, the most advanced ongoing study into (DMD), building hopes for patients and investors alike. To match ANALYSIS BIOTECHNOLOGY-EUROPE/ REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SCI TECH SOCIETY)
BIOTECHNOLOGY-EUROPE/
RTR2J0UY
February 24, 2011
Dutch-based biotech, Prosensa researchers work on developing, possibly the World's first treatment for...
Leiden, Netherlands
To match ANALYSIS BIOTECHNOLOGY-EUROPE/
Dutch-based biotech, Prosensa researchers work on developing, possibly the World's first treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy disease (DMD) at their new laboratory in Leiden February 17, 2011. Prosensa is one of a new wave of successful biotechs that are emerging, many of them in the Benelux and Scandinavia, and stepping over a past generation of biotech casualties. The biotech focuses on a rare disease, a new hot area for large pharma increasingly facing drug patent expiries, and there is now resurgent industry talk of stock listings and trade sales. Prosensa and its partner, Britain's GlaxoSmithKline, started a phase III clinical study into a potential treatment last month, the most advanced ongoing study into (DMD), building hopes for patients and investors alike. To match ANALYSIS BIOTECHNOLOGY-EUROPE/ REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SCI TECH SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR2IA8F
September 13, 2010
A man looks at a display in the newly opened wet collections at the Museum of Natural History in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
Man looks at display in newly opened wet collections at Museum of Natural History in Berlin
A man looks at a display in the newly opened wet collections at the Museum of Natural History in Berlin September 13, 2010. Some 276,000 exhibits make up the wet collections including a temperature-controlled exhibition room with around 85,000 specimens of animals preserved in alcohol. The wet collections will be on display to the public from September 13, following renovations after the building was destroyed in World War Two. Picture taken with a fish-eye lens. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH ENTERTAINMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-BIOFUELS/
RTR2HICN
August 24, 2010
A chemical engineer checks a flask of biofuel at Oleoplan factory in Passo Fundo, 300 km (186 miles)...
Passo Fundo, Brazil
To match Feature BRAZIL-BIOFUELS/
A chemical engineer checks a flask of biofuel at Oleoplan factory in Passo Fundo, 300 km (186 miles) southwest of Porto Alegre, May 21, 2010. With its biofuels business increasingly dominated by giant corporations, Brazil is seeking to extend the sector to include small farmers who can improve their incomes by planting the crops used to make fuel. Picture taken May 21. To match Feature BRAZIL-BIOFUELS/ REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY SCI TECH)
RUSSIA/
RTXRGCS
December 04, 2009
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30...
UDELNAYA, Russia
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTXPMY3
October 14, 2009
A scientist displays a young cassava plant at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) laboratories...
SEIBERSDORF, Austria
A scientist displays a young cassava plant at the IAEA laboratories in Seibersdorf
A scientist displays a young cassava plant at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) laboratories in Seibersdorf, some 50 kilometres (some 31 miles) southeast of Vienna, October 14, 2009. Better varieties of under-utilized food and industrial crops are developed by use of modern biotechnologies and radioactive mutation at the Plant Breeding Unit of the IAEA.
REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA SCI TECH)
AUSTRIA/
RTXPMXB
October 14, 2009
A laboratory assistant displays a young banana plant at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)...
SEIBERSDORF, Austria
A laboratory assistant displays a young banana plant at the IAEA laboratories in Seibersdorf
A laboratory assistant displays a young banana plant at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) laboratories in Seibersdorf, some 50 kilometres (some 31 miles) southeast of Vienna, October 14, 2009. Better varieties of under-utilized food and industrial crops are developed by use of modern biotechnologies at the Plant Breeding Unit of the IAEA. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA SCI TECH)
MEXICO/BIOFUEL
RTXCM86
March 11, 2009
Samples of Biodiesel (L) and Jatropha oil are seen at a processing plant outside Guatemala City March...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
Samples of Biodiesel (L) and Jatropha oil are seen at a processing plant outside Guatemala City March 5, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken March 5, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA ENERGY)
FRANCE/
RTX96SU
October 03, 2008
Pierre Calleja, manager of French firm Tyca, specializing in Ichthyology, checks prototype street lamps...
Libourne, France
Pierre Calleja, manager of French firm Tyca, specializing in Ichthyology, checks prototype street lamps...
Pierre Calleja, manager of French firm Tyca, specializing in Ichthyology, checks prototype street lamps filled with chlorella seaweed in his laboratory in Libourne, southwestern France, December 11, 2007. Calleja has filed a patent application for this prototype that captures CO2 and expels oxygen, helping to fight the greenhouse effect. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE)
PHILIPPINES/
RTX94ON
October 02, 2008
Food safety analysts conduct testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD)...
Manila, Philippines
Food safety analysts conduct testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs office...
Food safety analysts conduct testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD) office in Alabang, south of Manila October 2, 2008. The Philippine government has slapped a ban on Chinese dairy products after thousands of babies in China fell ill from drinking tainted milk formula. BFAD is expected to release the test results on Friday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
CAMBODIA/
RTX7PL6
July 07, 2008
A vendor fills the tank of a motorcycle at a roadside petrol station on the outskirts of Phnom Penh July...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A vendor fills the tank of a motorcycle at a roadside petrol station on the outskirts of Phnom Penh
A vendor fills the tank of a motorcycle at a roadside petrol station on the outskirts of Phnom Penh July 7, 2008. The current price of gasoline in Cambodia stands at 5,650 riel ($1.37) a litre. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1ZYLL
April 27, 2008
'Sani Imilla' potatoes are displayed during a potato festival in the highland region of Tiwanacu, some...
Tiwanacu, Bolivia
'Sani Imilla' potatoes are displayed during a potato festival in the highland region of Tiwanacu
'Sani Imilla' potatoes are displayed during a potato festival in the highland region of Tiwanacu, some 70 Km (43 miles) of La Paz, April 27, 2008. The United Nations has declared 2008 the international year of the potato. As wheat and rice prices surge, the humble potato -- long derided as a boring tuber prone to making you fat -- is being rediscovered as a nutritious crop that could cheaply feed an increasingly hungry world. Peru and Bolivia have more than two hundred different types of potatoes. REUTERS/David Mercado(BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1ZYLJ
April 27, 2008
'Imilla negra' potatoes are displayed during a potato festival in the highland region of Tiwanacu, some...
Tiwanacu, Bolivia
'Imilla negra' potatoes are displayed during a potato festival in the highland region of Tiwanacu
'Imilla negra' potatoes are displayed during a potato festival in the highland region of Tiwanacu, some 70 km (43 miles) of La Paz, April 27, 2008. The United Nations has declared 2008 the international year of the potato. As wheat and rice prices surge, the humble potato -- long derided as a boring tuber prone to making you fat -- is being rediscovered as a nutritious crop that could cheaply feed an increasingly hungry world. Peru and Bolivia have more than two hundred different types of potatoes. REUTERS/David Mercado(BOLIVIA)
VENEZUELA/
RTR1ZUTF
April 24, 2008
Laboratory worker Yadelsy Araque holds a beaker of milk in a milk gathering plant in Socopo, in the western...
Socopo, Venezuela
Laboratory worker Yadelsy Araque holds a beaker of milk in a milk gathering plant in Socopo
Laboratory worker Yadelsy Araque holds a beaker of milk in a milk gathering plant in Socopo, in the western state of Barinas April 23, 2008. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's government bought Los Andes, one of the country's largest milk companies, last month in an effort to aid the oil-producing nation during the food crisis, officials said. Picture taken April 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
BRAZIL-BIOFUELS/
RTR1Z162
April 02, 2008
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara, 310...
IRAQUARA, Brazil
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara, 310 miles (500 km) west of the Bahia state capital, Salvador March 31, 2008. Investors, including many foreigners, have flocked to Brazil's hinterland with its enormous farm potential and some of the world's lowest costs to produce biofuels. Picture taken March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-BIOFUELS/
RTR1Z15Y
April 02, 2008
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans (L) at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara,...
IRAQUARA, Brazil
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara
A worker shows a sample of biodiesel made from castor beans (L) at a biodiesel refinery in Iraquara, 310 miles (500 km) west of the Bahia state capital, Salvador March 31, 2008. Investors, including many foreigners, have flocked to Brazil's hinterland with its enormous farm potential and some of the world's lowest costs to produce biofuels. Picture taken March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
CUBA/
RTX4DG2
December 04, 2007
Followers of the Palo religion let the blood from a sacrificed pig drop into a pot during a ceremony...
Havana, Cuba
Followers of Palo religion let blood from a sacrificed pig drop into a pot during a ceremony in Havana...
Followers of the Palo religion let the blood from a sacrificed pig drop into a pot during a ceremony in Havana December 3, 2007. Palo or las Reglas de Congo are a group of religions of mainly Bantu origin brought to Cuba by slaves from the Congo basin. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
RUSSIA-CULT/
RTX1NHA
November 16, 2007
A wooden cross is seen at a house of worship in a village of Nikolskoye 150 km (93 miles) southeast of...
PENZA, Russia
A wooden cross is seen at a house of worship in a village of Nikolskoye 150 km (93 miles) southeast of...
A wooden cross is seen at a house of worship in a village of Nikolskoye 150 km (93 miles) southeast of the city Penza where the cult members lived before going to a cave, November 16, 2007. At least 30 members of a Russian doomsday cult have barricaded themselves in a remote cave to await the end of the world and are threatening to commit suicide if police intervene, officials and media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUBBER/DEMAND
RTXBF
November 06, 2007
A worker collects latex from a rubber tree in Sanya, south China's Hainan province November 6, 2007....
Sanya, China
A worker collects latex from a rubber tree in Sanya
A worker collects latex from a rubber tree in Sanya, south China's Hainan province November 6, 2007. With buyers the world over scouring for natural rubber and producing countries struggling to increase supplies, industry will soon feel the bite of spiralling prices. REUTERS/Andy Gao (CHINA)
BRAZIL/
RTR1VCV0
October 26, 2007
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (C) holds a beaker of alcohol during his visit at Petrobas...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian President Lula da Silva holds a beaker of alcohol during his visit at Petrobas oil company...
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (C) holds a beaker of alcohol during his visit at Petrobas oil company in Rio de Janeiro October 26, 2007. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
SINGAPORE/
RTR1T5RB
August 28, 2007
Chemist Fu Jiahui works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Chemist Fu works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory in Singapore
Chemist Fu Jiahui works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory in Singapore August 28, 2007. The $2 million facility will offer independent and internationally recognised safety testing of food and product samples from Asian companies seeking to export to the U.S., the company said. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
CAMBODIA
RTR1STOK
August 16, 2007
A drug expert from Geosyntec consultants takes a sample of chemicals during the clean-up of a clandestine...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A drug expert from Geosyntec consultants takes a sample of chemicals during the clean-up of a clandestine...
A drug expert from Geosyntec consultants takes a sample of chemicals during the clean-up of a clandestine methamphetamine laboratory at Treng Troyoeung commune in Kampong Spue province, 80 km west of Phnom Penh August 16, 2007. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
ASEAN/
RTR1SGEA
August 02, 2007
Vegetable samples are being tested at the Supervision and Testing Center for Vegetable Quality of Ministry...
Beijing, China
Vegetable samples are being tested at the Supervision and Testing Center for Vegetable Quality of Ministry...
Vegetable samples are being tested at the Supervision and Testing Center for Vegetable Quality of Ministry of Agriculture in Beijing August 2, 2007. China defended the "made-in-China" label on the eve of Asia's largest security forum on Wednesday and the United States said it attached great importance to the region despite the absence of its top foreign policy official. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA)
BUSH-LATINAMERICA/
RTR1NA57
March 09, 2007
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) smells a beaker of biodiesel as his Brazilian counterpart Luis Inacio...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
US President Bush smells a beaker of biodiesel as his Brazilian counterpart Lula da Silva looks at a...
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) smells a beaker of biodiesel as his Brazilian counterpart Luis Inacio Lula da Silva looks at a sample of the fuel he poured on his finger during a tour of the Petrobras Oil facility in Sao Paulo March 9, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed (BRAZIL)
BUSH-LATINAMERICA/
RTR1NA52
March 09, 2007
U.S. President George W. Bush (C) holds a beaker filled with biodiesel alongside Sergio Gabrielli (L),...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
US President Bush holds a beaker filled with biodiesel alongside the CEO of Petrobras Gabrielli and Brazil's...
U.S. President George W. Bush (C) holds a beaker filled with biodiesel alongside Sergio Gabrielli (L), the CEO of Petrobras, and Brazil's President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva at the Petrobras Oil facility in Sao Paulo March 9, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Reed (BRAZIL)
BIOTECH MALAYSIA
RTR1J9N5
November 12, 2006
A post-graduate student in molecular biology, Fazia Adyani, works at a lab at a local university in Kuala...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A post-graduate student in molecular biology works at a lab at a local university in Kuala Lumpur
A post-graduate student in molecular biology, Fazia Adyani, works at a lab at a local university in Kuala Lumpur October 12, 2006. The Malaysian government unveiled plans last March to spend $553.3 million over five years to boost research, attract foreign investment and build new facilities, but it knows its efforts are wasted unless it can retain more talented people. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
FABERGE
RTXOI4F
April 19, 2006
A pair of Faberge gold-mounted glass beakers sit on display as part of the Russian Art exhibition at...
New York, USA
A pair of Faberge gold-mounted glass beakers sit on display as part of the Russian Art exhibition at.....
A pair of Faberge gold-mounted glass beakers sit on display as part of the Russian Art exhibition at Sotheby's auction house in New York April 19, 2006. The pair is expected to sell for an estimated $400 to $ 600,000 at its auction on April 26th in New York.
ARTS AUCTION
RTR1CM16
April 19, 2006
A pair of Faberge gold-mounted glass beakers sit on display as part of the Russian Art exhibition at...
New York, multiple countries
Pair of Faberge gold-mounted glass beakers on display at Sotheby's auction house in New York
A pair of Faberge gold-mounted glass beakers sit on display as part of the Russian Art exhibition at Sotheby's auction house in New York April 19, 2006. The pair is expected to sell for an estimated $400 to $ 600,000 at its auction on April 26th in New York. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
SPAIN VINTAGE
RTR19FV2
October 07, 2005
A pipette containing fresh wine is seen at Castillo de Mendoza wine cellar's laboratory during season...
San Vicente De La Sonsierra, Spain
A pipette is seen at a laboratory during season of grape harvest in La Rioja
A pipette containing fresh wine is seen at Castillo de Mendoza wine cellar's laboratory during season of grape harvest in San Vicente de la Sonsierra, northern Spain, October 7, 2005. Using a combination of indigenous and international grape varieties, producers employ the latest technology (stainless steel fermentation, refrigeration and cultured yeasts) to create valuable wines. In the geographical border between the craggy northern and the flat central Spain, straddling the river Ebro, Rioja region enjoys a mild and temperate climate and its wines are considered the best of the peninsula. Last year around 120 million kilos (264 million pounds) were collected in La Rioja, this means 40 % of the total wine of Spain which is produced in around 1400 wineries registered at the Rioja Designation of Origin Organisation. Picture taken October 7, 2005. REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez
MAFFEO
RTXNQR9
September 02, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 27JUL05 - A melon and ham dish (bottom) and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge...
Boston, USA
- PHOTO TAKEN 27JUL05 - A melon and ham dish (bottom) and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a c.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 27JUL05 - A melon and ham dish (bottom) and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo at Restaurant L in Boston, Massachusetts July 27, 2005. Chef Maffeo uses scientific methods, such as liquid nitrogen and a centrifuge, to add flavor and complexity to his dishes.
MAFFEO
RTXNQR5
September 02, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 27JUL05 - Melon and ham dish and prepared by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo sit on a table...
Boston, USA
- PHOTO TAKEN 27JUL05 - Melon and ham dish and prepared by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo sit on a table.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 27JUL05 - Melon and ham dish and prepared by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo sit on a table at Restaurant L in Boston, Massachusetts July 27, 2005. The beaker (R) holds beef fat separated in a centrifuge. Chef Maffeo uses scientific methods, such as liquid nitrogen and a centrifuge, to add flavor and complexity to his dishes.
BS
RTRIVY4
July 27, 2005
A melon and ham dish and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive...
Boston, UNITED STATES
A melon and ham dish and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive...
A melon and ham dish and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo. A melon and ham dish (bottom) and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo at Restaurant L in Boston, Massachusetts July 27, 2005. Chef Maffeo uses scientific methods, such as liquid nitrogen and a centrifuge, to add flavor and complexity to his dishes. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
BS
RTRIVXU
July 27, 2005
A melon and ham dish and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive...
Boston, UNITED STATES
A melon and ham dish and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive...
A melon and ham dish and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo. A melon and ham dish (bottom) and a beaker holding beef fat separated in a centrifuge is displayed by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo at Restaurant L in Boston, Massachusetts July 27, 2005. Chef Maffeo uses scientific methods, such as liquid nitrogen and a centrifuge, to add flavor and complexity to his dishes. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
FOOD SCIENCE
RTRIVWK
July 27, 2005
Melon and ham dish and prepared by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo sit on a table at Restaurant L in Boston,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Melon and ham as prepared by Chef Pino Maffeo.
Melon and ham dish and prepared by Executive Chef Pino Maffeo sit on a table at Restaurant L in Boston, Massachusetts July 27, 2005. The beaker (R) holds beef fat separated in a centrifuge. Chef Maffeo uses scientific methods, such as liquid nitrogen and a centrifuge, to add flavor and complexity to his dishes. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS
BRITAIN
RTXLIPI
September 26, 2002
-UNDATED FILE PHOTO- Undated file photograph of a selection of relics belonging to Britain's Captain...
London, UK
-UNDATED FILE PHOTO- Undated file photograph of a selection of relics belonging to Britain's Captain.....
-UNDATED FILE PHOTO- Undated file photograph of a selection of relics belonging to Britain's Captain William Bligh which he used to help save his crew after being set adrift by the Bounty mutineers in April 1789. They were bought at auction today, September 26, 2002, by Britain's National Maritime Museum. They include a coconut, a bullet and a beaker used to measure out daily food allowances for each of his men and are displayed on top of Bligh's official account of the voyage, published in 1792. ??? USE ONLY
AFGHAN SAUDI CHEMICALS
RTR9E4T
August 25, 2002
Glass beakers are put on display to the media August 25, 2002 outside a
house which an international...
Kabul, Afghanistan
GLASS BEAKERS SHOWN TO MEDIA IN KABUL.
Glass beakers are put on display to the media August 25, 2002 outside a
house which an international peacekeeping spokesman said was once used
by the Saudi Al Wafa aid organisation. International peacekeepers said
on Sunday Afghan police had found a store of chemicals in a house in
Kabul formerly occupied by a Saudi non-governmental organisation, and
local media reports called it a terrorist laboratory. REUTERS/Reuters
Television

CLH/
BLIGH
RTXLERZ
July 18, 2002
An undated photograph distributed July 18, 2002 shows a selection of relics up for auction in September...
London, UK
An undated photograph distributed July 18, 2002 shows a selection of relics up for auction in Septe.....
An undated photograph distributed July 18, 2002 shows a selection of relics up for auction in September by Christie's belonging to Britain's Captain William Bligh, which he used to help save his crew after being set adrift by the Bounty mutineers in April 1789. They include a coconut, a bullet and a beaker used to measure out daily food allowances for each of his men and are displayed on top of Bligh's official account of the voyage, published in 1792.
SAFRCIA-COCAINE
RTRK0MV
December 04, 1998
South African Police Service (SAPS) forensic analyst, Jason Naidoo examines a beaker containing cocaine...
Johannesburg, South Africa
FORENSIC ANALYST EXAMINES COCAINE EXTRACTED FROM WINE.
South African Police Service (SAPS) forensic analyst, Jason Naidoo examines a beaker containing cocaine extracted from bottled wine (bottom left of picture) at the SAPS Forensic Science Laboratory in Pretoria 4 December 1998. Between 180 and 360 kg (400-800 lb) of cocaine, which was concealed by mixing the cocaine with wine was confiscated in Johannesburg 1 December 1998. The street value of the cocaine is estimated between 45 and 90 million rand ($8-16 million), probably making this the biggest consignment of cocaine ever confiscated in South Africa.

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CLINTON
RTRJZT4
December 03, 1998
President Clinton examines a beaker full of treated water with Roy Anderson, (L) Director of Utilities...
Newport, USA
CLINTON EXAMINES WATER AT WATER TREATMENT FACILITY.
President Clinton examines a beaker full of treated water with Roy Anderson, (L) Director of Utilities for the City of Newport, at the Bliss Mine Road Water Treatment Facility in Newport, December 3. Clinton toured the plant prior to announcing new initiatives to improve the nation's drinking water, and ridding water of the cryptosporidium.

WM/WS
RTR9ARZ
December 04, 1997
FILE PHOTO 8AUG97 - Inventor Tran Khuong Dan holds a beaker of the drug 'Heantos' as he displays some...
INVENTOR TRAN KHUONG DAN HOLDS A BOTTLE OF LIQUID HEANTOS IN HANOI
FILE PHOTO 8AUG97 - Inventor Tran Khuong Dan holds a beaker of the drug 'Heantos' as he displays some of its secret ingredients at a laboratory in this August 8 file photo. U.N.-sponsored trials of a potential new drug-addiction cure, called Heantos, hit problems December 4 when Hanoi announced that its Vietnamese inventor had been banned from producing the medicine and treating patients. Health authorities said Dan was not qualified as a doctor, but added that state-supervised trials of the new medicine would continue.

VIETNAM INVENTOR
WAECHTER
RTXG6TL
March 08, 1995
French ecology presidential candidate Antoine Waechter holds a beaker (L) with polluting algae from the...
French ecology presidential candidate Antoine Waechter holds a beaker (L) with polluting algae from .....
French ecology presidential candidate Antoine Waechter holds a beaker (L) with polluting algae from the Venice, Italy lagoon, which is recycled into paper (R) for leaflets in his campaign, March 8th. Wachter presented his manifesto for the French presidential campaign which includes improving the quality of life, questions on education, and environment
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