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USA-TRUMP/MELANIA
RTX6PMZ2
March 04, 2019
U.S. first lady Melania Trump watches a science experiment at the Dove School of Discovery during a two-day,...
Tulsa, UNITED STATES
First lady Melania Trump on a two-day tour to promote her "Be Best" initiative
U.S. first lady Melania Trump watches a science experiment at the Dove School of Discovery during a two-day, three-state tour promoting her "Be Best" initiative in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., March 4, 2019. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMM3
October 18, 2018
School children duck for cover under a table during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
School children duck for cover under a table during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit...
School children duck for cover under a table during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMM1
October 18, 2018
A student walks past an earthquake display after participating in the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
A student walks past an earthquake display after participating in the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill...
A student walks past an earthquake display after participating in the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill at the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMM0
October 18, 2018
School children test out an earthquake display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
School children test out an earthquake display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit...
School children test out an earthquake display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMLZ
October 18, 2018
School children duck for cover under a display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
School children duck for cover under a display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit...
School children duck for cover under a display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMLX
October 18, 2018
A student runs past an earthquake video board during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill at the Discovery...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
A student runs past an earthquake video board during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill at the Discovery...
A student runs past an earthquake video board during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill at the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMLW
October 18, 2018
School children duck for cover under a table during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
School children duck for cover under a table during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit...
School children duck for cover under a table during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMLV
October 18, 2018
School children duck for cover under a science display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
School children duck for cover under a science display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as...
School children duck for cover under a science display during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill as they visit the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMLO
October 18, 2018
Buttons in support of the the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill are shown at the Discovery Cube Science...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
Buttons in support of the the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill are shown at the Discovery Cube Science...
Buttons in support of the the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill are shown at the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMLJ
October 18, 2018
A working seismograph is shown in a display about earthquakes during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
A working seismograph is shown in a display about earthquakes during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill...
A working seismograph is shown in a display about earthquakes during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill at the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
SPACE-PLANETS/
RTSZUXK
February 22, 2017
Space Telescope Science Institute astronomer Nikole Lewis uses a graphic to compare the size of Earth...
Washington, UNITED STATES
NASA briefs press on new findings about exoplanets
Space Telescope Science Institute astronomer Nikole Lewis uses a graphic to compare the size of Earth (bottom) with a recent discovery of an exoplanet, during a news conference to present new findings on exoplanets, planets that orbit stars other than Earth's sun, in Washington, U.S., February 22, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Theiler
ARCHAEOLOGY-BURIALS/
RTSG1U
September 10, 2015
Fossils of a newly discovered ancient species, named "Homo naledi", are pictured during their unveiling...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Fossils of a newly discovered ancient species, named "Homo naledi", are pictured during their unveiling...
Fossils of a newly discovered ancient species, named "Homo naledi", are pictured during their unveiling outside Johannesburg September 10, 2015. Humanity's claim to uniqueness just suffered another setback: scientists reported on Thursday that the newly discovered ancient species related to humans also appeared to bury its dead. Fossils of the creature were unearthed in a deep cave near the famed sites of Sterkfontein and Swartkrans, treasure troves 50 km (30 miles) northwest of Johannesburg that have yielded pieces of the puzzle of human evolution for decades. The new species has been named 'Homo naledi', in honour of the "Rising Star" cave where it was found. Naledi means "star" in South Africa's Sesotho language. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
ONLINE-CURIOSITY/
RTR4TXBT
March 18, 2015
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks sits for a portrait in New York March 17, 2015. Discovery Channel...
New York, UNITED STATES
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks stands for a portrait in New York
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks sits for a portrait in New York March 17, 2015. Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks on Wednesday launched a subscription streaming service for fans of science, technology and history, with the goal of dominating the nonfiction category in on-demand, online video. Picture taken March 17, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
ONLINE-CURIOSITY/
RTR4TXB1
March 18, 2015
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks sits for a portrait in New York March 17, 2015. Discovery Channel...
New York, UNITED STATES
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks sits for a portrait in New York
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks sits for a portrait in New York March 17, 2015. Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks on Wednesday launched a subscription streaming service for fans of science, technology and history, with the goal of dominating the nonfiction category in on-demand, online video. Picture taken March 17, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
ONLINE-CURIOSITY/
RTR4TXAX
March 18, 2015
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks stands for a portrait in New York March 17, 2015. Discovery...
New York, UNITED STATES
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks stands for a portrait in New York
Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks stands for a portrait in New York March 17, 2015. Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks on Wednesday launched a subscription streaming service for fans of science, technology and history, with the goal of dominating the nonfiction category in on-demand, online video. Picture taken March 17, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWUY
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons,...
Paris, France
An archaeologist works at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWU8
March 11, 2015
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
Paris, France
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris March 10, 2015 . The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWU5
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist enters a cellar in a storage room to access the site where eight mass graves, with more...
Paris, France
An archaeologist enters a cellar in a storage room to access the site where eight mass graves, with more...
An archaeologist enters a cellar in a storage room to access the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris March 10, 2015. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWTE
March 11, 2015
A view shows the facade of the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store where archaeologists found eight mass...
Paris, France
A view shows the facade of the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store where archaeologists found eight mass...
A view shows the facade of the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store where archaeologists found eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, in Paris March 10, 2015 . The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWTB
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons,...
Paris, France
An archaeologist works at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWT7
March 11, 2015
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
Paris, France
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris March 10, 2015 . The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWSG
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons,...
Paris, France
An archaeologist works at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWS3
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons,...
Paris, France
An archaeologist works at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-BUSINESS/
RTR4K1Z4
January 05, 2015
An internet-enabled Dacor Discovery gas range and electric oven is pictured during the 2015 International...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Internet-enabled Dacor Discovery gas range and electric oven is pictured during the 2015 International...
An internet-enabled Dacor Discovery gas range and electric oven is pictured during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 4, 2015. The 36" model shown is available now and retails for $8,999.00, a representative said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WJF
September 11, 2014
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton...
Washington, UNITED STATES
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus is seen during a news conference at...
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth, is seen during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WJ7
September 11, 2014
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton...
Washington, UNITED STATES
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus during a news conference at the National...
The head of a mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth is seen during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WJ2
September 11, 2014
The scientists who have reconstructed the dinosaur "Spinosaurus aegyptiacus," a 50-foot (15-meter) long,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Scientists who have reconstructed the dinosaur "Spinosaurus aegyptiacus," stand in front of a mounted...
The scientists who have reconstructed the dinosaur "Spinosaurus aegyptiacus," a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth, stand in front its mounted skeletal cast during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WIM
September 11, 2014
A pedestrian pauses to look at a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A pedestrian pauses to look at a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the...
A pedestrian pauses to look at a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the National Geographic Society building in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced during a news conference on Thursday the discovery of fossils in Morrocan desert cliffs from the 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur predator that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WI6
September 11, 2014
A pedestrian walks past a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the National...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A pedestrian walks past a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the National...
A pedestrian walks past a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the National Geographic Society building in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced during a news conference on Thursday the discovery of fossils in Morrocan desert cliffs from the 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur predator that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WHV
September 11, 2014
University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno (L) discusses the mounted skeletal cast of a Spinosaurus...
Washington, UNITED STATES
University of Chicago paleontologist Sereno discusses the mounted skeletal cast of a Spinosaurus aegyptiacus...
University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno (L) discusses the mounted skeletal cast of a Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth, during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WHQ
September 11, 2014
University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno discusses the foot of the mounted skeletal cast of a...
Washington, UNITED STATES
University of Chicago paleontologist Sereno discusses the foot of the mounted skeletal cast of a Spinosaurus...
University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno discusses the foot of the mounted skeletal cast of a Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African predator that is the biggest dinosaur to ever walk the Earth during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WHG
September 11, 2014
Paleontologist Simone Maganuco (R) from the Natural History Museum in Milan, Italy talks to a reporter...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Paleontologist Maganuco from the Natural History Museum in Milan talks to a reporter in front of the...
Paleontologist Simone Maganuco (R) from the Natural History Museum in Milan, Italy talks to a reporter (L) in front of the mounted skeletal cast of a Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur predator that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs and a partial skeleton in the basement of the Milan museum. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WH6
September 11, 2014
Pedestrians gather to look at a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the National...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Pedestrians gather to look at a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the National...
Pedestrians gather to look at a life-size model of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur outside the National Geographic Society building in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced during a news conference inside on Thursday the discovery of fossils in Morrocan desert cliffs from the 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur predator that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WG7
September 11, 2014
The mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African...
Washington, UNITED STATES
The mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur is seen during a news conference aat...
The mounted skeletal cast of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African predator that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth, is seen during a news conference and media preview at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR45WG5
September 11, 2014
University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno (2nd L) discusses his discovery with paleontologist...
Washington, UNITED STATES
University of Chicago paleontologist Sereno discusses his discovery of fossils of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus...
University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno (2nd L) discusses his discovery with paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim (L) of fossils of the Spinosaurus aegyptiacus as they stand in front of a mounted skeletal cast of the 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African predator that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Sereno, Ibrahim as well as Cristiano Dal Sasso (2nd R) and Simone Maganuco (R) of the Natural History Museum of Milan announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs and a partial skeleton found in the basement of the Milan museum. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR3PCOB
May 15, 2014
Argentine paleontologist Pablo Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing an illustration by...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine paleontologist Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing an illustration of newly...
Argentine paleontologist Pablo Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing an illustration by Jorge Antonio Gonzalez of newly identified South American dinosaur Leinkupal laticauda in Buenos Aires May 15, 2014. It's not exactly small at 30 feet long (9 meters), but you might want to call this newly identified dinosaur the littlest giant. Scientists in Argentina on Wednesday announced the discovery of the fossilized remains of a unique member of the famous long-necked, plant-munching dinosaurs known as sauropods, the largest land creatures in Earth's history. The dinosaur may be the smallest of the sauropod family called diplodocids, typified by the well-known Diplodocus, which lived in North America, they said. It also is the first of them found in South America. It lived about 140 million years ago, millions of years after scientists had previously thought diplodocids had disappeared, according to Gallina, one of the researchers. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
SCIENCE-DINOSAUR/
RTR3PCMO
May 15, 2014
Argentine paleontologist Pablo Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing the found bones of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine paleontologist Pablo Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing the found bones of...
Argentine paleontologist Pablo Gallina casts a shadow on a projector screen showing the found bones of a newly identified South American dinosaur named Leinkupal laticauda in Buenos Aires May 15, 2014. It's not exactly small at 30 feet long (9 meters), but you might want to call this newly identified dinosaur the littlest giant. Scientists in Argentina on Wednesday announced the discovery of the fossilized remains of a unique member of the famous long-necked, plant-munching dinosaurs known as sauropods, the largest land creatures in Earth's history. The dinosaur may be the smallest of the sauropod family called diplodocids, typified by the well-known Diplodocus, which lived in North America, they said. It also is the first of them found in South America. It lived about 140 million years ago, millions of years after scientists had previously thought diplodocids had disappeared, according to Gallina, one of the researchers. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
GENOMICS-FUTURE/
RTR3G57D
March 07, 2014
Dr. Elizabeth McNally (L) and genetic councilor Lisa Castillo are reflected in a computer monitor as...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Dr. Elizabeth McNally and genetic councilor Lisa Castillo review genetic data at the Cardiovascular Research...
Dr. Elizabeth McNally (L) and genetic councilor Lisa Castillo are reflected in a computer monitor as they review genetic data from a family with Cardiomyopathy at the Cardiovascular Research Institute at the University of Chicago in Chicago, March 4, 2014. When President Bill Clinton announced in 2000 that Craig Venter and Dr. Francis Collins of the National Human Genome Research Institute had succeeded in mapping the human genome, he solemnly declared that the discovery would "revolutionize" the treatment of virtually all human disease. Recently, a combination of lower-cost sequencing technology and a growing list of wins in narrow corners of medicine are starting to show that genomic medicine is on the verge of delivering on at least some of those early claims. Picture taken March 4, 2014. To match Analysis GENOMICS-FUTURE/ REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH SOCIETY)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XT2
January 28, 2014
A health worker removes a dead chicken at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong...
Hong Kong, China
A health worker removes a dead chicken at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong
A health worker removes a dead chicken at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XS1
January 28, 2014
An health officer packs dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong...
Hong Kong, China
An health officer packs dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong
An health officer packs dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XR6
January 28, 2014
Health officers in full protective gear cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January...
Hong Kong, China
Health officers in full protective gear cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong
Health officers in full protective gear cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XR5
January 28, 2014
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XPN
January 28, 2014
A health worker in full protective gear walks into a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28,...
Hong Kong, China
A health worker in full protective gear walks into a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong
A health worker in full protective gear walks into a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XPC
January 28, 2014
Health workers pack dead chickens into trash bins at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January...
Hong Kong, China
Health workers pack dead chickens into trash bins at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong
Health workers pack dead chickens into trash bins at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XP8
January 28, 2014
A health worker stands near garbage bags filled with dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
A health worker stands near garbage bags filled with dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
A health worker stands near garbage bags filled with dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XP3
January 28, 2014
Health workers transport a trash bin filled with dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Health workers transport a trash bin filled with dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Health workers transport a trash bin filled with dead chickens at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XOX
January 28, 2014
An health worker puts a dead chicken inside a trash bag at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January...
Hong Kong, China
An health worker puts a dead chicken inside a trash bag at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong
An health worker puts a dead chicken inside a trash bag at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XOS
January 28, 2014
Health workers pack dead chickens in trash bags at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28,...
Hong Kong, China
Health workers pack dead chickens in trash bags at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong
Health workers pack dead chickens in trash bags at a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XOR
January 28, 2014
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XOQ
January 28, 2014
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong...
Health officers in full protective gear wait to cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HONGKONG-BIRDFLU/
RTX17XOP
January 28, 2014
Health officers in full protective gear cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January...
Hong Kong, China
Health officers in full protective gear cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong
Health officers in full protective gear cross a road near a wholesale poultry market in Hong Kong January 28, 2014. Hong Kong began culling 20,000 chickens and suspended imports of fresh poultry from mainland China for 21 days on Tuesday after the discovery of the H7N9 bird flu virus in a batch of live chicken from the southern province of Guangdong. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTXZ9BQ
May 03, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron listens during a meeting with scientists before opening the 'Li...
Oxford, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron listens during a meeting with scientists before opening the 'Li...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron listens during a meeting with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery' at Oxford University in Oxford, southern England May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Oli Scarff/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EDUCATION ELECTIONS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTXZ8RU
May 03, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre...
Oxford, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery' at Oxford University in Oxford, southern England May 3, 2013. The anti-European Union UK Independence Party made big gains in local elections, grabbing support from Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives in a vote that underlines widespread frustration with Britain's traditional parties. REUTERS/Oli Scarff/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EDUCATION ELECTIONS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTXZ8R1
May 03, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron listens during a meeting with scientists before opening the 'Li...
Oxford, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron listens during a meeting with scientists before opening the 'Li...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron listens during a meeting with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery' at Oxford University in Oxford, southern England May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Oli Scarff/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EDUCATION ELECTIONS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTXZ8OA
May 03, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre...
Oxford, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery' at Oxford University in Oxford, southern England May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Oli Scarff/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EDUCATION ELECTIONS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTXZ8O5
May 03, 2013
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre...
Oxford, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with scientists before opening the 'Li Ka-shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery' at Oxford University in Oxford, southern England May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Oli Scarff/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EDUCATION ELECTIONS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MEXICO-PYRAMID-ROBOT
RTXYWBQ
April 23, 2013
Visitors look on at the archaeological area of the Quetzalcoatl Temple near the Pyramid of the Sun at...
Teotihuacan, Mexico
Visitors look on at the archaeological area of the Quetzalcoatl Temple near the Pyramid of the Sun at...
Visitors look on at the archaeological area of the Quetzalcoatl Temple near the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site, about 60 km (37 miles) north of Mexico City April 22, 2013. A robot has discovered three ancient chambers at the last stretch of unexplored tunnel at Mexico's famed Teotihuacan archaeological site on Monday, the first robotic discovery of its kind in the Latin American country. Named Tlaloc II after the Aztec god of rain, the robot was first lowered into the depths of the 2,000-year-old tunnel under the Quetzalcoatl Temple to check it was safe for human entry. After months of exploration, the remote-controlled vehicle has relayed back video images to researchers of what appears to be three ancient chambers located under the Mesoamerican city's pyramid. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MEXICO-PYRAMID-ROBOT
RTXYWBG
April 23, 2013
A worker from the National Institute of Anthropology and History walks next to a robot used to explore...
Teotihuacan, Mexico
A worker from the National Institute of Anthropology and History walks next to a robot used to explore...
A worker from the National Institute of Anthropology and History walks next to a robot used to explore ruins on the entrance of a tunnel in the archaeological area of the Quetzalcoatl Temple near the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site, about 60 km (37 miles) north of Mexico City April 22, 2013. A robot has discovered three ancient chambers at the last stretch of unexplored tunnel at Mexico's famed Teotihuacan archaeological site on Monday, the first robotic discovery of its kind in the Latin American country. Named Tlaloc II after the Aztec god of rain, the robot was first lowered into the depths of the 2,000-year-old tunnel under the Quetzalcoatl Temple to check it was safe for human entry. After months of exploration, the remote-controlled vehicle has relayed back video images to researchers of what appears to be three ancient chambers located under the Mesoamerican city's pyramid. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MEXICO-PYRAMID-ROBOT
RTXYWBE
April 23, 2013
A robot used to explore ruins is seen on the entrance of a tunnel in the archaeological area of the Quetzalcoatl...
Teotihuacan, Mexico
A robot used to explore ruins is seen on the entrance of a tunnel in the archaeological area of the Quetzalcoatl...
A robot used to explore ruins is seen on the entrance of a tunnel in the archaeological area of the Quetzalcoatl Temple near the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site, about 60 km (37 miles) north of Mexico City April 22, 2013.A robot has discovered three ancient chambers at the last stretch of unexplored tunnel at Mexico's famed Teotihuacan archaeological site on Monday, the first robotic discovery of its kind in the Latin American country. Named Tlaloc II after the Aztec god of rain, the robot was first lowered into the depths of the 2,000-year-old tunnel under the Quetzalcoatl Temple to check it was safe for human entry. After months of exploration, the remote-controlled vehicle has relayed back video images to researchers of what appears to be three ancient chambers located under the Mesoamerican city's pyramid. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MEXICO-PYRAMID-ROBOT
RTXYWBA
April 23, 2013
A robot used to explore ruins is seen near the entrance of a tunnel in the archaeological area of the...
Teotihuacan, Mexico
A robot used to explore ruins is seen near the entrance of a tunnel in the archaeological area of the...
A robot used to explore ruins is seen near the entrance of a tunnel in the archaeological area of the Quetzalcoatl Temple near the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archaeological site, about 60 km (37 miles) north of Mexico City April 22, 2013.A robot has discovered three ancient chambers at the last stretch of unexplored tunnel at Mexico's famed Teotihuacan archaeological site on Monday, the first robotic discovery of its kind in the Latin American country. Named Tlaloc II after the Aztec god of rain, the robot was first lowered into the depths of the 2,000-year-old tunnel under the Quetzalcoatl Temple to check it was safe for human entry. After months of exploration, the remote-controlled vehicle has relayed back video images to researchers of what appears to be three ancient chambers located under the Mesoamerican city's pyramid. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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