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USA-ELECTION/HARRIS
RTX86QL2
November 03, 2020
A supporter holds a "Biden" luminescent sign ahead of Democratic U.S. vice presidential candidate Kamala...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Democratic U.S. vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A supporter holds a "Biden" luminescent sign ahead of Democratic U.S. vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris's remarks during an event, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
RELIGION-EPIPHANY/RUSSIA
RTS2Z0EA
January 19, 2020
A cross is set on the shallow water of the Volga river for celebrations of the Orthodox Christian feast...
Volgograd, Russia
A cross is set on the shallow water of the Volga river for celebrations of the Orthodox Christian feast...
A cross is set on the shallow water of the Volga river for celebrations of the Orthodox Christian feast of Epiphany in Volgograd, Russia January 19, 2020. REUTERS/Kirill Braga
BELGIUM-FESTIVAL/EIFFEL
RTS2MQX7
August 16, 2019
Dutch Faas Moonen of the Eindhoven University of Technology holds a luminescent solar concentrator as...
Hasselt, Belgium
Dutch Moonen poses next to his Green Energy Mill-tower at Belgium's music festival Pukkelpop in Hasselt...
Dutch Faas Moonen of the Eindhoven University of Technology holds a luminescent solar concentrator as he poses next to his Green Energy Mill-tower, a 21-metre-high power-generating "Eiffel Tower" offering an eco-friendly alternative to polluting generators at Belgium's music festival Pukkelpop in Hasselt, Belgium August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
AUSTRALIA-LIGHTFESTIVAL/
RTS1SYSQ
May 24, 2018
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid...
Sydney, Australia
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid...
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid Sydney, promoted as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, in Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2018. The festival will run for 23 days, starting on May 25. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRALIA-LIGHTFESTIVAL/
RTS1SU6B
May 23, 2018
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid...
Sydney, Australia
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid...
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid Sydney, promoted as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, in Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2018. The festival will run for 23 days, starting on May 25. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRALIA-LIGHTFESTIVAL/
RTS1STSA
May 23, 2018
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by a total of ten performers, during a preview...
Sydney, Australia
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by a total of ten performers, during a preview...
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by a total of ten performers, during a preview of Vivid Sydney, promoted as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, in Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-LIGHTFESTIVAL/
RTS1STS8
May 23, 2018
REFILE - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten...
Sydney, Australia
A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid...
REFILE - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid Sydney, promoted as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, in Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2018. The festival will run for 23 days, starting on May 25. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-LIGHTFESTIVAL/
RTS1STS5
May 23, 2018
REFILE - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total...
Sydney, Australia
A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid...
REFILE - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid Sydney, promoted as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, in Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2018. The festival will run for 23 days, starting on May 25. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-LIGHTFESTIVAL/
RTS1STS2
May 23, 2018
A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid...
Sydney, Australia
A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid...
A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid Sydney, promoted as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, in Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2018. The festival will run for 23 days, starting on May 25. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-LIGHTFESTIVAL/
RTS1STRZ
May 23, 2018
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid...
Sydney, Australia
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid...
A boy looks at a six-metre tall luminescent puppet, operated by ten performers, during a preview of Vivid Sydney, promoted as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, in Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2018. The festival will run for 23 days, starting on May 25. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-LIGHTFESTIVAL/
RTS1STRU
May 23, 2018
A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid...
Sydney, Australia
A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid...
A six-metre tall luminescent puppet is operated by a total of ten performers during a preview of Vivid Sydney, promoted as the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, in Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2018. The festival will run for 23 days, starting on May 25. REUTERS/David Gray
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XS26
February 19, 2018
Vintage Uranium Glass bottles glow under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
Vintage Uranium Glass bottles glow under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRZY
February 19, 2018
An Art Nouveau Uranium Glass table lamp glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland,...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
An Art Nouveau Uranium Glass table lamp glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRZW
February 19, 2018
A vintage Uranium Glass candle holder glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland,...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
A vintage Uranium Glass candle holder glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, January 23, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRZB
February 19, 2018
A fluorescent pearl rosary glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
A fluorescent pearl rosary glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRZ8
February 19, 2018
A 1950's fluorescent pearl rosary sits on an Art-Deco burl wood desk in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland,...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
A 1950's fluorescent pearl rosary sits on an Art-Deco burl wood desk in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRYY
February 19, 2018
A Bernsdorf Uranium Glass vase glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
A Bernsdorf Uranium Glass vase glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRYV
February 19, 2018
Roses stand in a Bernsdorf Uranium Glass vase in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018....
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
Roses stand in a Bernsdorf Uranium Glass vase in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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30 PICTURES
AUSTRALIA-ENVIROMENT/
RTR43NYG
August 25, 2014
A couple sits on the sand of Sydney's Manly Beach late at night as they watch blue bioluminescent waves...
Sydney, Australia
A couple sits on the sand of Sydney's Manly Beach late at night as they watch blue bioluminescent waves...
A couple sits on the sand of Sydney's Manly Beach late at night as they watch blue bioluminescent waves July 25, 2014. According to local media, millions of tiny single-cell dynamos, called dinoflagellates, are causing the colored waves as result of warm ocean currents and favourable coastal winds, with the waves providing the agitation needed to trigger the luminescent glow. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-ENVIROMENT/
RTR43NXU
August 25, 2014
A couple stands on the sand of Sydney's Manly Beach late at night as they watch blue bioluminescent waves...
Sydney, Australia
A couple stands on the sand of Sydney's Manly Beach late at night as they watch blue bioluminescent waves...
A couple stands on the sand of Sydney's Manly Beach late at night as they watch blue bioluminescent waves July 25, 2014. According to local media, millions of tiny single-cell dynamos, called dinoflagellates, are causing the colored waves as result of warm ocean currents and favourable coastal winds, with the waves providing the agitation needed to trigger the luminescent glow. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR32Y7S
June 01, 2012
A child plays on a luminescent game of hopscotch during the Vivid Festival in Sydney June 1, 2012. Vivid...
Sydney, Australia
A child plays on a luminescent game of hopscotch during the Vivid Festival in Sydney
A child plays on a luminescent game of hopscotch during the Vivid Festival in Sydney June 1, 2012. Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music and ideas, will run until June 11. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
RTXX6EU
January 28, 2011
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of...
Tainan, Taiwan
Su from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of leaves...
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of leaves mixed with gold nanoparticles and water during an interview with Reuters in Tainan January 28, 2011. Su discovered that diffusing gold nanoparticles into plants causes the chlorophyll in them to produce luminescence in their leaves which is claimed by the researchers to be a more energy saving replacement for street lights. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH)
TAIWAN/
RTXX6ES
January 28, 2011
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, speaks during an interview...
Tainan, Taiwan
Su from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, speaks during an interview with...
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tainan January 28, 2011. Su discovered that diffusing gold nanoparticles into plants causes the chlorophyll in them to produce luminescence in their leaves which is claimed by the researchers to be a more energy saving replacement for street lights. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH)
TAIWAN/
RTXX6ER
January 28, 2011
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, speaks during an interview...
Tainan, Taiwan
Su from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, speaks during an interview with...
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tainan January 28, 2011. Su discovered that diffusing gold nanoparticles into plants causes the chlorophyll in them to produce luminescence in their leaves which is claimed by the researchers to be a more energy saving replacement for street lights. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH)
TAIWAN/
RTXX6EQ
January 28, 2011
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of...
Tainan, Taiwan
Su from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of leaves...
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of leaves mixed with gold nanoparticles and water during an interview with Reuters in Tainan January 28, 2011. Su discovered that diffusing gold nanoparticles into plants causes the chlorophyll in them to produce luminescence in their leaves which is claimed by the researchers to be a more energy saving replacement for street lights. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH)
TAIWAN/
RTXX6EP
January 28, 2011
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of...
Tainan, Taiwan
Su from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of leaves...
Su Yen-Hsun from the Taiwan Research Centre for Applied Science, Academia Sinica, holds up a sample of leaves mixed with gold nanoparticles and water during an interview with Reuters in Tainan January 28, 2011. Su discovered that diffusing gold nanoparticles into plants causes the chlorophyll in them to produce luminescence in their leaves which is claimed by the researchers to be a more energy saving replacement for street lights. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SINGAPORE/
RTR2IGR0
September 17, 2010
A video installation by Mexican artist Miguel Chevalier titled ?Ultra-Nature? is projected onto a wall...
Singapore, Singapore
A video installation by Mexican artist Miguel Chevalier titled ?Ultra-Nature? is projected onto a wall...
A video installation by Mexican artist Miguel Chevalier titled ?Ultra-Nature? is projected onto a wall in the heart of the city at the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) in Singapore September 17, 2010. Ultra-Nature is a video projection of luminescent and vibrantly coloured plants that interact with the movement of people to stimulate growth in a digital jungle. The exhibition is part of Digital Nights 2010 and will run from September 17 to 26. REUTERS/Joel Boh (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
SONY
RTXNR34
September 08, 2005
Sony Corp's new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Corp's new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in To.....
Sony Corp's new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new hard disk player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback for digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new device will become available as NW-A3000, with 20GB of built-in hard disk, and the 6GB NW-A1000 with sales starting in Japan on November 19 for 35,000 yen ($318) and 30,000 yen ($272).
SONY
RTXNR33
September 08, 2005
A model presents Sony Corp's new portable music players "Walkman A Series" NW-A608 at an unveiling in...
Tokyo, Japan
A model presents Sony Corp's new portable music players "Walkman A Series" NW-A608 at an unveiling i.....
A model presents Sony Corp's new portable music players "Walkman A Series" NW-A608 at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new device is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback for digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new device will become available as NW-A608, with 2GB of built-in memory, the 1GB NW-A607 and the 512MB NW-A605 with sales starting in Japan on November 19 for 32,000 yen ($290), 27,000 yen ($245) and 22,000 yen ($200).
SONY
RTXNR32
September 08, 2005
Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in T.....
Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new hard disk player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback of digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new device will become available as NW-A3000 with 20GB of built-in hard disk, and the 6GB NW-A1000 with sales starting in Japan on November 19 for 35,000 yen ($318) and 30,000 yen ($272).
TECH SONY
RTRN1AF
September 08, 2005
Models present Sony Corp's new portable music players "Walkman A Series" NW-A3000 (L) and NW-A1000 at...
Tokyo, Japan
Models present Sony Corp's new Walkman A Series in Tokyo.
Models present Sony Corp's new portable music players "Walkman A Series" NW-A3000 (L) and NW-A1000 at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new hard disk player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback for digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new devices - the 20 GB NW-A3000 and the 6 GB NW-A1000 - will go on sale starting in Japan on November 19 for 35,000 yen ($318) and 30,000 yen ($272) respectively. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/NL
TECH SONY
RTRN18Z
September 08, 2005
Sony Corp's new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Corp's new "Walkman A Series" is displayed in Tokyo.
Sony Corp's new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new hard disk player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback for digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new device will become available as NW-A3000, with 20GB of built-in hard disk, and the 6GB NW-A1000 with sales starting in Japan on November 19 for 35,000 yen ($318) and 30,000 yen ($272). REUTERS/Issei Kato FR05090007 IK/SA
TECH SONY
RTRN16T
September 08, 2005
A model presents Sony Corp's new portable music players "Walkman A Series" NW-A608 at an unveiling in...
Tokyo, Japan
A model presents Sony Corp's new "Walkman A Series" in Tokyo.
A model presents Sony Corp's new portable music players "Walkman A Series" NW-A608 at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new device is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback for digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new device will become available as NW-A608, with 2GB of built-in memory, the 1GB NW-A607 and the 512MB NW-A605 with sales starting in Japan on November 19 for 32,000 yen ($290), 27,000 yen ($245) and 22,000 yen ($200). REUTERS/Issei Kato PP05090088 FR05090007 PP05090157 IK/SA
TECH SONY
RTRN12S
September 08, 2005
Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Corp's new "Walkman A Series" is displayed in Tokyo.
Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new hard disk player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback of digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new device will become available as NW-A3000 with 20GB of built-in hard disk, and the 6GB NW-A1000 with sales starting in Japan on November 19 for 35,000 yen ($318) and 30,000 yen ($272). REUTERS/Issei Kato PP05090088 IK/KI
TECH SONY
RTRN12K
September 08, 2005
A model presents Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A3000 (L) and NW-A1000...
Tokyo, Japan
Model Presents Sony Corp's new "Walkman A Series" in Tokyo.
A model presents Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A3000 (L) and NW-A1000 at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new hard disk player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback for digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new device will become available as NW-A3000 with 20GB of built-in hard disk, and the 6GB NW-A1000, with sales starting in Japan on November 19 for 35,000 yen ($318) and 30,000 yen ($272). REUTERS/Issei Kato PP05090088 IK/KI
TECH SONY
RTRN124
September 08, 2005
A model presents Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 at an unveiling in...
Tokyo, Japan
Model Presents Sony Corp's new "Walkman A Series" in Tokyo.
A model presents Sony Corp.'s new portable music player "Walkman A Series" NW-A1000 at an unveiling in Tokyo September 8, 2005. The new hard disk player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of playback for digital MP3 and ATRAC files, Sony said. The new device will become available as NW-A3000, with 20GB of built-in hard disk, and the 6GB NW-A1000 with sales starting in Japan on November 19 for 35,000 yen ($318) and 30,000 yen ($272). REUTERS/Issei Kato PP05090157 IK/KI
SONY
RTXNARQ
March 09, 2005
A woman holds Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman holds Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new .....
A woman holds Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash memory player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of generating three hours of playback time with just three minutes of recharging, Sony said. The digital player, available in capacities of 256 megabytes, 512 megabytes, and one gigabyte of data, will be launched in April 2005.
SONY
RTXNARP
March 09, 2005
Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 is displayed in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 is displayed in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new f.....
Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 is displayed in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash memory player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of generating three hours of playback time with just three minutes of recharging, Sony said. The digital player, available in capacities of 256 megabytes, 512 megabytes, and one gigabyte of data, will be launched in April 2005.
JAPAN
RTR4E29
March 09, 2005
A woman holds Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman holds Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 in Tokyo.
A woman holds Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash memory player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of generating three hours of playback time with just three minutes of recharging, Sony said. The digital player, available in capacities of 256 megabytes, 512 megabytes, and one gigabyte of data, will be launched in April 2005. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/NL
JAPAN
RTR4E12
March 09, 2005
Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 is displayed in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player is displayed in Tokyo.
Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 is displayed in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash memory player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of generating three hours of playback time with just three minutes of recharging, Sony said. The digital player, available in capacities of 256 megabytes, 512 megabytes, and one gigabyte of data, will be launched in April 2005. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/SA
JAPAN
RTR4E0R
March 09, 2005
Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 is displayed in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Corp's new flash memory player is displayed in Tokyo.
Sony Corp's new Walkman portable music player NW-E507 is displayed in Tokyo March 9, 2005. The new flash memory player is equipped with an organic electro-luminescence (OLED) display and is capable of generating three hours of playback time with just three minutes of recharging, Sony said. The digital player, available in capacities of 256 megabytes, 512 megabytes, and one gigabyte of data, will be launched in April 2005. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/sa
CHUNG
RTXKUQX
October 25, 2001
Chung Ho-kyoon, vice president of Samsung SDI Co, explains what he says is the world's largest next-generation...
Seoul, South Korea
Chung Ho-kyoon, vice president of Samsung SDI Co, explains what he says is the world's largest next-.....
Chung Ho-kyoon, vice president of Samsung SDI Co, explains what he says is the world's largest next-generation display for personal computers and notebooks in Seoul October 25, 2001. Chung said Samsung SDI was the first to produce the 15.1-inch model for active matrix organic electro luminescence display, which offers better colours and clearer pictures.
TECH KOREA SAMSUNG
RTROM0V
October 25, 2001
Chung Ho-kyoon, vice president of Samsung SDI Co, explains what he says is
the world's largest next-generation...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
CHUNG HO KYOON EXPLAINS WORLD'S LARGEST NEXT GENERATION DISPLAY
IN SEOUL.
Chung Ho-kyoon, vice president of Samsung SDI Co, explains what he says is
the world's largest next-generation display for personal computers and
notebooks in Seoul October 25, 2001. Chung said Samsung SDI was the first to
produce the 15.1-inch model for active matrix organic electro luminescence
display, which offers better colours and clearer pictures. REUTERS/Yun
Suk-bong

YUN
SINGAPORE
RTRGFS9
March 29, 2001
SINGAPORE MOLECULAR GENETICIST CHIA TET FATT POSES WITH HIS LUMINESCENT ORCHIDS IN A TIMED MULTIPLE EXPOSURE.


Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of
SINGAPORE MOLECULAR GENETICIST CHIA TET FATT POSES WITH HIS LUMINESCENT ORCHIDS IN A TIMED ...
SINGAPORE MOLECULAR GENETICIST CHIA TET FATT POSES WITH HIS LUMINESCENT ORCHIDS IN A TIMED MULTIPLE EXPOSURE.


Singapore molecular geneticist Chia Tet Fatt poses with his glow-in-the-dark orchids in this timed multiple exposure. Chia produced the world's first bioluminescent orchids in December 1999 after years of efforts to insert the firefly gene which produces luciferase, its bioluminescent substance, into orchid cells. Chia, who teaches and conducts research at the city-state's National Institute of Education, is using the firefly's gene as a "messenger" which can be attached to other genes to track their location in an organism. This photograph comprises two exposures; the first exposure was 20 hours long to record the glowing orchid from March 28 to March 29, 2001; and the second exposure used a strobe to record Chia.
WESTAIM
RTXH9PV
September 16, 1997
Chief Executive Officer Kevin Jenkins, (L) and Director of Technology, Electro luminescent Flat Panel...
Chief Executive Officer Kevin Jenkins, (L) and Director of Technology, Electro luminescent Flat Pane.....
Chief Executive Officer Kevin Jenkins, (L) and Director of Technology, Electro luminescent Flat Panel Displays, Dr. Xingwei Wu, (R) unveil Westaim Corporation's new development in flat panel technology display with stable color, September 15 in Toronto. After nearly six years the company's research team formulated a stable blue phosphor, giving the display a full range of color.
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