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ITALY-VENICE/SHIPS-FEATURE
RTXEXTC3
July 27, 2021
Jane da Mosto, scientist and activist, attends an interview as Venice gears up for a ban on cruise liners...
Venice, Italy
Venice gears up for a ban on cruise liners
Jane da Mosto, scientist and activist, attends an interview as Venice gears up for a ban on cruise liners that becomes effective on August 1, moving to end years of hesitation and putting the demands of residents and culture bodies above those of the tourist industry, in Venice, Italy, July 27, 2021. Picture taken July 27, 2021. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri
ITALY-VENICE/SHIPS-FEATURE
RTXEXTC2
July 27, 2021
Jane da Mosto, scientist and activist, attends an interview as Venice gears up for a ban on cruise liners...
Venice, Italy
Venice gears up for a ban on cruise liners
Jane da Mosto, scientist and activist, attends an interview as Venice gears up for a ban on cruise liners that becomes effective on August 1, moving to end years of hesitation and putting the demands of residents and culture bodies above those of the tourist industry, in Venice, Italy, July 27, 2021. Picture taken July 27, 2021. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4LL8
July 24, 2021
Llamas graze next to Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's lake Poopo dries up
Llamas graze next to Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JNP
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas looks at his herd of llamas grazing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas looks at his herd of llamas grazing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JJV
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas loads firewood on the roof of a car while his wife Cristina Mamani watches, near Lake Poopo,...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas loads firewood on the roof of a car while his wife Cristina Mamani watches, near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JG2
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani stand near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani stand near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JE2
July 24, 2021
Cristina Mamani cooks outside her home near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried...
UNTAVI, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Cristina Mamani cooks outside her home near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Untavi, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JDH
July 24, 2021
Cristina Mamani waits for her husband Valerio Rojas to help her carry firewood while taking a break in...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Cristina Mamani waits for her husband Valerio Rojas to help her carry firewood while taking a break in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4JBE
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani pick up firewood near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani pick up firewood near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4J83
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani take a break in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani take a break in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4J1Z
July 24, 2021
Llamas graze next to Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Llamas graze next to Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4IOW
July 24, 2021
A view shows the dry bed of Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
A view shows the dry bed of Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4IKK
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas carries firewood in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas carries firewood in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4IDQ
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas stands outside his home near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried...
UNTAVI, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas stands outside his home near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Untavi, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4I4O
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas picks up an old fishing net while standing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas picks up an old fishing net while standing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4I06
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani look at unused boats in Lake Popoo, Bolivia's second largest...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani look at unused boats in Lake Popoo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4I05
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas herds his llamas near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due...
ISLA DE PANZA, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas herds his llamas near Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, on Isla de Panza, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4HQP
July 24, 2021
Cristina Mamani walks near an unused boat in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Cristina Mamani walks near an unused boat in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4HKJ
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas stands behind a mast of an unused boat in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas stands behind a mast of an unused boat in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4H4I
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas picks up an old fishing net near an unused boat while standing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas picks up an old fishing net near an unused boat while standing in Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
ENVIRONMENT-BOLIVIA/DROUGHT
RTXF4GXU
July 24, 2021
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani walk in Lake Popoo, Bolivia's second largest lake, which has...
LAKE POOPO, Bolivia
Bolivia's Lake Poopo dries up
Valerio Rojas and his wife Cristina Mamani walk in Lake Popoo, Bolivia's second largest lake, which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia July 24, 2021. Picture taken July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Claudia Morales
CUBA-UNREST/COVID
RTXEJUI2
July 09, 2021
Doctors and scientists take part in a news conference about the Cuban vaccines against coronavirus disease...
Havana, Cuba
Doctors and scientists take part in a news conference about the Cuban vaccines in Havana
Doctors and scientists take part in a news conference about the Cuban vaccines against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Havana, Cuba, July 9, 2021. Picture taken July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-FUNGAL
RTXE3KCD
July 07, 2021
Tanushree Chakraborty, 36, a research scientist, collects tears from volunteer Sabarani Bahadur, 25,...
Kolkata, India
Tanushree Chakraborty, a research scientist, collects tears from volunteer Sabarani Bahadur, who has...
Tanushree Chakraborty, 36, a research scientist, collects tears from volunteer Sabarani Bahadur, 25, who has recovered from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), for fungal DNA isolation test inside a laboratory of GCC Biotech, which manufactures RT-PCR kits to detect Mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, during the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, July 7, 2021. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowduri
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-FUNGAL
RTXE3K2T
July 07, 2021
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known...
Kolkata, India
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known...
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, during the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, inside a laboratory of GCC Biotech on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, July 7, 2021. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowduri
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-FUNGAL
RTXE3K2U
July 07, 2021
A research scientist works on a sample inside a laboratory of GCC Biotech, which manufactures RT-PCR...
Kolkata, India
A research scientist works on a sample inside a laboratory of GCC Biotech, which manufactures RT-PCR...
A research scientist works on a sample inside a laboratory of GCC Biotech, which manufactures RT-PCR kits to detect Mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, during the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, July 7, 2021. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowduri
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-FUNGAL
RTXE3K2S
July 07, 2021
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known...
Kolkata, India
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known...
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, during the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, inside a laboratory of GCC Biotech on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, July 7, 2021. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowduri
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-FUNGAL
RTXE3K2P
July 07, 2021
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known...
Kolkata, India
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known...
A research scientist works on production of RT-PCR kits that are used to detect Mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, during the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, inside a laboratory of GCC Biotech on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, July 7, 2021. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowduri
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-FUNGAL
RTXE3K1D
July 07, 2021
Trisha Gantait, a research scientist, shows a RT-PCR kit manufactured by GCC Biotech to detect Mucormycosis,...
Kolkata, India
Trisha Gantait, a research scientist, shows a RT-PCR kit manufactured by GCC Biotech to detect Mucormycosis,...
Trisha Gantait, a research scientist, shows a RT-PCR kit manufactured by GCC Biotech to detect Mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, inside its laboratory, during the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, July 7, 2021. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowduri
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-FUNGAL
RTXE3K1E
July 07, 2021
Raja Majumder, a research scientist, shows a box containing RT-PCR kits manufactured by GCC Biotech to...
Kolkata, India
Raja Majumder, a research scientist, shows a box containing RT-PCR kits manufactured by GCC Biotech to...
Raja Majumder, a research scientist, shows a box containing RT-PCR kits manufactured by GCC Biotech to detect Mucormycosis, also known as black fungus, inside its laboratory, during the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, July 7, 2021. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowduri
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE3906
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talks to scientists during her visit at the Berlin Technical University...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talks to scientists during her visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE3903
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a picture of herself with King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, a present from scientists during their visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE3902
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talks to scientists during her visit at the Berlin Technical University...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talks to scientists during her visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE38ZT
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talks to scientists during her visit at the Berlin Technical University...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talks to scientists during her visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE38ZP
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talks to scientists during her visit at the Berlin Technical University...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talks to scientists during her visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE38ZO
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a picture of herself with King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, a present from scientists during their visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE38ZG
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a picture of herself with King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, a present from scientists during their visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE38ZE
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a picture of herself with King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, a present from scientists during their visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE38ZD
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a picture of herself with King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, a present from scientists during their visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
GERMANY-NETHERLANDS/
RTXE38Z8
July 07, 2021
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a...
Berlin, Germany
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family visit Germany
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks through a magnifying glass with a built-in microchip, showing a picture of herself with King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, a present from scientists during their visit at the Berlin Technical University (TU) to learn about key technologies from photonics and quantum research in Berlin, Germany, July 7, 2021. Bernd von Jutrczenka/Pool via REUTERS
SINGAPORE-AIFOAM/
RTXE1B19
June 30, 2021
Scientists at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab work on the AiFoam...
Singapore, Singapore
AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam
Scientists at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab work on the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects in proximity by detecting their electrical fields and also self-heals if it gets cut, at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab in Singapore June 30, 2021. Picture taken June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Travis Teo
SINGAPORE-AIFOAM/
RTXE1B16
June 30, 2021
A scientist at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab works on the AiFoam...
Singapore, Singapore
AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam
A scientist at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab works on the AiFoam artificially innervated smart foam, which enables it to sense objects in proximity by detecting their electrical fields and also self-heals if it gets cut, at National University Singapore's Materials Sciences and Engineering lab in Singapore June 30, 2021. Picture taken June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Travis Teo
TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/
RTXDR9UW
June 28, 2021
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - June 28, 2021 The Royal...
London, United Kingdom
Wimbledon
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - June 28, 2021 The Royal Box on centre court stands and applauds Oxford University and Astra Zeneca scientist and one of the people behind the COVID-19 vaccine Professor Sarah Gilbert REUTERS/Paul Childs
TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/
RTXDR112
June 28, 2021
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - June 28, 2021 The Royal...
London, United Kingdom
Wimbledon
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - June 28, 2021 The Royal Box on centre court stands and applauds Oxford University and Astra Zeneca scientist and one of the people behind the COVID-19 vaccine Professor Sarah Gilbert Pool via REUTERS/Joe Toth
ISRAEL-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTXDM6UP
June 23, 2021
Tel Aviv University Professor Israel Hershkovitz, holds what scientists say are two pieces of fossilised...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Nesher Ramla - pieces of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered in Israel...
Tel Aviv University Professor Israel Hershkovitz, holds what scientists say are two pieces of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered at the Nesher Ramla site in central Israel, during an interview with Reuters at The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel June 23, 2021. Picture taken June 23, 2021. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTXDM6UO
June 23, 2021
Hila May, a physical anthropologist at the Dan David Center and the Shmunis Institute of Tel Aviv University...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Nesher Ramla - pieces of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered in Israel...
Hila May, a physical anthropologist at the Dan David Center and the Shmunis Institute of Tel Aviv University holds what scientists say is a piece of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered at the Nesher Ramla site in central Israel, during an interview with Reuters at The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel June 23, 2021. Picture taken June 23, 2021. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTXDM6SC
June 23, 2021
Tel Aviv University Professor Israel Hershkovitz, holds what scientists say is a piece of fossilised...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Nesher Ramla - pieces of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered in Israel...
Tel Aviv University Professor Israel Hershkovitz, holds what scientists say is a piece of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered at the Nesher Ramla site in central Israel, during an interview with Reuters at The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel June 23, 2021. Picture taken June 23, 2021. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTXDM6SA
June 23, 2021
Tel Aviv University Professor Israel Hershkovitz and Doctor Hila May from Tel Aviv University, hold what...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Nesher Ramla - pieces of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered in Israel...
Tel Aviv University Professor Israel Hershkovitz and Doctor Hila May from Tel Aviv University, hold what scientists say are two pieces of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered at the Nesher Ramla site in central Israel, during an interview with Reuters at The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel June 23, 2021. Picture taken June 23, 2021. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTXDM6SB
June 23, 2021
Hila May, a physical anthropologist at the Dan David Center and the Shmunis Institute of Tel Aviv University...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Nesher Ramla - pieces of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered in Israel...
Hila May, a physical anthropologist at the Dan David Center and the Shmunis Institute of Tel Aviv University holds what scientists say is a piece of fossilised bone of a previously unknown kind of early human discovered at the Nesher Ramla site in central Israel, during an interview with Reuters at The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel June 23, 2021. Picture taken June 23, 2021. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
NETHERLANDS-REMBRANDT/
RTXDK4BM
June 23, 2021
Robert Erdmann, senior scientist at the Rijksmuseum, shows Rembrandt's famed Night Watch on a screen,...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Robert Erdmann, senior scientist Rijksmuseum shows Rembrandt's famed Night Watch on a screen at Rijksmuseum...
Robert Erdmann, senior scientist at the Rijksmuseum, shows Rembrandt's famed Night Watch on a screen, while the painting is back on display in what researchers say in its original size, with missing parts temporarily restored in an exhibition aided by artificial intelligence at Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Netherlands June 23, 2021. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw
GREECE-SCIENCE/EYEHARP
RTXDCRM2
June 14, 2021
Computer scientist Zacharias Vamvakousis prepares the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital software that...
Athens, Greece
Computer scientist Zacharias Vamvakousis prepares the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital software that...
Computer scientist Zacharias Vamvakousis prepares the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital software that allows people with disabilities to play music, before a concert in Athens, Greece, June 14, 2021. Picture taken June 14, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
GREECE-SCIENCE/EYEHARP
RTXDCRM1
June 14, 2021
Alexandra Kerlidou, 21, who suffers from cerebral palsy, plays the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital...
Athens, Greece
Alexandra Kerlidou, who suffers from cerebral palsy, plays the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital software...
Alexandra Kerlidou, 21, who suffers from cerebral palsy, plays the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital software that allows people with disabilities to play music, next to computer scientist Zacharias Vamvakousis, during a concert in Athens, Greece, June 14, 2021. Picture taken June 14, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
GREECE-SCIENCE/EYEHARP
RTXDCRJS
June 14, 2021
Alexandra Kerlidou, 21, who suffers from cerebral palsy, plays the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital...
Athens, Greece
Alexandra Kerlidou, who suffers from cerebral palsy, plays the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital software...
Alexandra Kerlidou, 21, who suffers from cerebral palsy, plays the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital software that allows people with disabilities to play music, next to computer scientist Zacharias Vamvakousis, during a concert in Athens, Greece, June 14, 2021. Picture taken June 14, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
GREECE-SCIENCE/EYEHARP
RTXDCRJT
June 14, 2021
Alexandra Kerlidou, 21, who suffers from cerebral palsy, and computer scientist Zacharias Vamvakousis,...
Athens, Greece
Alexandra Kerlidou, who suffers from cerebral palsy, and computer scientist Zacharias Vamvakousis, who...
Alexandra Kerlidou, 21, who suffers from cerebral palsy, and computer scientist Zacharias Vamvakousis, who created the "Eyeharp", a gaze-controlled digital software that allows people with disabilities to play music, sit during a concert in Athens, Greece, June 14, 2021. Picture taken June 14, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
AUSTRALIA-FROG/SCIENTIST
RTXDL20B
June 04, 2021
Professor Michael Mahony holds a Green and Golden Bell Frog as PhD candidate and research assistant Rebecca...
Newcastle, Australia
Professor and research assistant look at a frog inside university laboratory in Newcastle
Professor Michael Mahony holds a Green and Golden Bell Frog as PhD candidate and research assistant Rebecca Sceto looks on inside a laboratory at the University of Newcastle, Australia, June 4, 2021. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/James Redmayne
AUSTRALIA-FROG/SCIENTIST
RTXDL20A
June 04, 2021
A frog sticks to the inside wall of a container in a laboratory at the University of Newcastle, Australia,...
Newcastle, Australia
Frog sticks to the inside wall of a container in a university laboratory in Newcastle
A frog sticks to the inside wall of a container in a laboratory at the University of Newcastle, Australia, June 4, 2021. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/James Redmayne
RUSSIA-FORUM/
RTXCXY1K
June 04, 2021
Russia political scientist Ekaterina Shulman attends a session of the St. Petersburg International Economic...
St. Petersburg, Russia
St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF)
Russia political scientist Ekaterina Shulman attends a session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) in Saint Petersburg, Russia, June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina
AUSTRALIA-FROG/SCIENTIST
RTXDL20E
June 03, 2021
University of Newcastle professor Michael Mahony (L) and field assistants call for frogs at a pond in...
COORANBONG, Australia
Researchers look for frogs at a pond in Cooranbong
University of Newcastle professor Michael Mahony (L) and field assistants call for frogs at a pond in Cooranbong, Australia, June 3, 2021. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/James Redmayne
AUSTRALIA-FROG/SCIENTIST
RTXDL20C
June 03, 2021
University of Newcastle professor Michael Mahony and field assistants search for frogs at a pond in Cooranbong,...
COORANBONG, Australia
Drone view shows researchers looking for frogs at a pond in Cooranbong
University of Newcastle professor Michael Mahony and field assistants search for frogs at a pond in Cooranbong, Australia, June 3, 2021. Picture taken June 3, 2021 with a drone. REUTERS/James Redmayne
ALBANIA-ENVIRONMENT/VJOSA
RTXCV9OE
May 31, 2021
Austrians scientists use light ultra violet light to attract insects at Shushica river, one of the biggest...
SELENICA, Albania
Austrians scientists use light ultra violet light to attract insects at Shushica river, in Brataj
Austrians scientists use light ultra violet light to attract insects at Shushica river, one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which environmentalists call 'the last wild river in Europe', in Selenica, Albania. May 31, 2021. Picture taken May 31, 2021. REUTERS/Florion Goga
ALBANIA-ENVIRONMENT/VJOSA
RTXCV9O5
May 31, 2021
Scientist work by the Shushica river with is one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which...
BRATAJ, Albania
Austrian scientist work by the Shushica river with is one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river,...
Scientist work by the Shushica river with is one of the biggest tributaries of the Vjosa river, which environmentalists call 'the last wild river in Europe', in Brataj, Albania May 31, 2021. Picture taken May 31, 2021. REUTERS/Florion Goga
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