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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-COATING
RTX7FWT9
April 27, 2020
A man demonstrates how to spray MAP-1, an antimicrobial coating that a team of university researchers...
Hong Kong, China
Man demonstrates spraying an antomicrobial coating at a bedspace apartment in Hong Kong
A man demonstrates how to spray MAP-1, an antimicrobial coating that a team of university researchers claimed to be effective in killing virus, bacteria and spore, at a bedspace apartment in Hong Kong, China April 21, 2020. Picture taken April 21, 2020. REUTERS/Yoyo Chow
SPORE-WRIGHT/
RTX8FE4
September 05, 2008
Dr. Frank Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and the Drake equation,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence and the Drake equation, speaks at a launch...
Dr. Frank Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and the Drake equation, speaks at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco, California, September 4, 2008. Electronic Arts Inc's creature-building game "Spore" offers players a chance to develop new worlds, and maybe even new lines of business for the video game maker. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
SPORE-WRIGHT/
RTX8FE2
September 05, 2008
Dr. Frank Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and the Drake equation,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence and the Drake equation, speaks at a launch...
Dr. Frank Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and the Drake equation, speaks at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco, California, September 4, 2008. Electronic Arts Inc's creature-building game "Spore" offers players a chance to develop new worlds, and maybe even new lines of business for the video game maker.
REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
SPORE-WRIGHT/
RTX8FDZ
September 05, 2008
Johanna Langill (L) and Maika Horjus play the video game SPORE at a launch party in San Francisco, California,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Johanna Langill and Maika Horjus play the video game SPORE at a launch party in San Francisco
Johanna Langill (L) and Maika Horjus play the video game SPORE at a launch party in San Francisco, California, September 4, 2008. Electronic Arts Inc's creature-building game "Spore" offers players a chance to develop new worlds, and maybe even new lines of business for the video game maker.
REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
SPORE-WRIGHT/
RTX8FDY
September 05, 2008
Alexander Rose (C), dressed as an alien, chats with a friend at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Alexander Rose, dressed as an alien, chats with a friend at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco...
Alexander Rose (C), dressed as an alien, chats with a friend at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco, California, September 4, 2008. Electronic Arts Inc's creature-building game "Spore" offers players a chance to develop new worlds, and maybe even new lines of business for the video game maker.
REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
SPORE-WRIGHT/
RTX8FDN
September 05, 2008
Dr. Frank Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and the Drake equation,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Dr. Frank Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and the Drake equation,...
Dr. Frank Drake, founder of Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and the Drake equation, speaks at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco, California, September 4, 2008. Electronic Arts Inc's creature-building game "Spore" offers players a chance to develop new worlds -- and maybe even new lines of business for the video game maker.
REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
SPORE-WRIGHT/
RTX8FDM
September 05, 2008
Game designer Will Wright (L) chats with a friend at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco, California,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Game designer Will Wright chats with a friend at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisc
Game designer Will Wright (L) chats with a friend at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco, California, September 4, 2008. Electronic Arts Inc's creature-building game "Spore" offers players a chance to develop new worlds -- and maybe even new lines of business for the video game maker. Wright is the original designer of SimCity and "The Sims" computer games.
REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
SPORE-WRIGHT/
RTX8FDL
September 05, 2008
Game designer Will Wright waves at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco, California, September 4,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Game designer Will Wright waves at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco
Game designer Will Wright waves at a launch party for SPORE in San Francisco, California, September 4, 2008. Electronic Arts Inc's creature-building game "Spore" offers players a chance to develop new worlds -- and maybe even new lines of business for the video game maker. Wright is the original designer of SimCity and "The Sims" computer games.
REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
ELECTRONIC-ARTS-INTERVIEW
RTR210WB
August 13, 2008
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE at a promotion event in Singapore August...
Singapore, Singapore
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE in Singapore
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE at a promotion event in Singapore August 13, 2008. Wright is the original designer of SimCity and "The Sims" computer games. SPORE will be released worldwide on September 7. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
ELECTRONIC-ARTS-INTERVIEW/
RTR210VG
August 13, 2008
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE at a promotion event in Singapore August...
Singapore, Singapore
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE in Singapore
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE at a promotion event in Singapore August 13, 2008. Wright is the original designer of SimCity and "The Sims" computer games. SPORE will be released worldwide on September 7. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
ELECTRONIC-ARTS-INTERVIEW/
RTR210VD
August 13, 2008
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE at a promotion event in Singapore August...
Singapore, Singapore
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE in Singapore
Game designer Will Wright speaks about his latest game SPORE at a promotion event in Singapore August 13, 2008. Wright is the original designer of SimCity and "The Sims" computer games. SPORE will be released worldwide on September 7. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
ELECTRONIC-ARTS-INTERVIEW/
RTR210TF
August 13, 2008
Game designer Will Wright rests after speaking about his latest game SPORE at a promotion event in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Game designer Will Wright rests after speaking about his latest game SPORE in Singapore
Game designer Will Wright rests after speaking about his latest game SPORE at a promotion event in Singapore August 13, 2008. Wright is the original designer of SimCity and "The Sims" computer games. SPORE will be released worldwide on September 7. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
USA/
RTX7XKC
July 15, 2008
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game "Spore" at the Electronic Arts...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game Spore at the Electronic Arts...
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game "Spore" at the Electronic Arts news conference at the 2008 E3 Media & Business Summit in Los Angeles July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX7XKA
July 15, 2008
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game "Spore" at the Electronic Arts...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game Spore at the Electronic Arts...
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game "Spore" at the Electronic Arts news conference at the 2008 E3 Media & Business Summit in Los Angeles July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX7XK9
July 15, 2008
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game "Spore" at the Electronic Arts...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game Spore at the Electronic Arts...
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game "Spore" at the Electronic Arts news conference at the 2008 E3 Media & Business Summit in Los Angeles July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX7XI7
July 15, 2008
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game "Spore" at the Electronic Arts...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game Spore at the Electronic Arts...
Will Wright of Maxis Studio speaks during the presentation for the game "Spore" at the Electronic Arts news conference at the 2008 E3 Media & Business Summit in Los Angeles July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1X26H
February 13, 2008
An EA representative demonstrates the game's mechanics of the title "Spore" to journalists at a demonstration...
New York, UNITED STATES
An EA representative demonstrates the game's mechanics of the title "Spore" to journalists at a demonstration...
An EA representative demonstrates the game's mechanics of the title "Spore" to journalists at a demonstration in New York February 13, 2008. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
ANTARCTICA/ALIENS
RTR1WDJZ
January 28, 2008
A Norwegian researcher gets ready to drive a snow scooter outside the Troll research station, about 250...
TROLL STATION, Antarctica
To match feature ANTARCTICA/ALIENS
A Norwegian researcher gets ready to drive a snow scooter outside the Troll research station, about 250 km (155 miles) from the sea in Antarctica, January 20, 2008. Aliens are landing in Antarctica. Seeds, spores, mites, lichens and mosses alien to the continent have been brought unwittingly by scientists and tourists, and could disrupt life in the icy wilderness.
Picture taken January 20, 2008. To match feature ANTARCTICA/ALIENS REUTERS/Alister Doyle (ANTARCTICA)
ANTARCTICA/ALIENS
RTR1WDJQ
January 28, 2008
A Norwegian Hercules transport plane stands on a frozen airstrip serving the Troll station in Antarctica...
TROLL STATION, Antarctica
To match feature ANTARCTICA/ALIENS
A Norwegian Hercules transport plane stands on a frozen airstrip serving the Troll station in Antarctica during a visit by Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg January 20, 2008. Aliens are landing in Antarctica. Seeds, spores, mites, lichens and mosses alien to the continent have been brought unwittingly by scientists and tourists, and could disrupt life in the icy wilderness. Picture taken January 20, 2008 To match feature ANTARCTICA/ALIENS REUTERS/Alister Doyle (ANTARTICA)
FEATURE
RTR1O1S3
March 29, 2007
A young fern is lit by a ray of sunlight as it grows under the shadow of a pine tree in Encinitas California...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
A young fern is lit by a ray of sunlight as it grows under the shadow of a pine tree in Encinitas California...
A young fern is lit by a ray of sunlight as it grows under the shadow of a pine tree in Encinitas California March 28, 2007. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
TECH EXPO E3
RTR1DA96
May 11, 2006
A character from Electronic Arts game "Spore" is displayed on screens at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment...
Los Angeles, USA
Electronic Arts game "Spore at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles
A character from Electronic Arts game "Spore" is displayed on screens at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich
USA
RTXNZ68
November 16, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 08OCT05 - Potentially dangerous species of mold grow in various colors and shapes on the...
New Orleans, USA
- PHOTO TAKEN 08OCT05 - Potentially dangerous species of mold grow in various colors and shapes on t.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 08OCT05 - Potentially dangerous species of mold grow in various colors and shapes on the ceiling of Yrma Cabrera's apartment in the rain damaged Redwood Park Apartments in Kenner, Louisiana October 8, 2005. The National Resources Defense Council held a press conference on November 16, 2005 to educate the public about their research team's findings of dangerously high levels of mold spores in the air and inside of homes flooded by Hurricane Katrina. Picture taken October 8, 2005.
USA
RTR1B5EV
November 16, 2005
Gina Solomon, senior scientist of National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), describes the ill effects...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Senior scientist of NRDC Solomon describes ill effects that mold spores could have on citizens in New...
Gina Solomon, senior scientist of National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), describes the ill effects that mold spores could have on citizens during a news conference held by the environmental watch group in New Orleans, Louisiana November 16, 2005. The NRDC held the conference to make public their findings of dangerously high levels of mold spores in the air and in homes flooded by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
USA
RTR1B51B
October 08, 2005
Miriam Debora retrieves a photo album from the bedroom of her mother, Yrma Cabrera's, mold infested apartment...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Debora retrieves a photo album from the bedroom of her mother's mold infested apartment in Kenner
Miriam Debora retrieves a photo album from the bedroom of her mother, Yrma Cabrera's, mold infested apartment in Kenner, Louisiana October 8, 2005. The National Resources Defense Council held a press conference on November 16, 2005 to educate the public about their research team's findings of dangerously high levels of mold spores in the air and inside of homes flooded by Hurricane Katrina. Picture taken October 8, 2005. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
USA
RTR1B3UB
October 08, 2005
Potentially dangerous species of mold grow in various colors and shapes on the ceiling of Yrma Cabrera's...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Potentially dangerous species of mold grow on the ceiling of Cabrera's apartment in Kenner
Potentially dangerous species of mold grow in various colors and shapes on the ceiling of Yrma Cabrera's apartment in the rain damaged Redwood Park Apartments in Kenner, Louisiana October 8, 2005. The National Resources Defense Council held a press conference on November 16, 2005 to educate the public about their research team's findings of dangerously high levels of mold spores in the air and inside of homes flooded by Hurricane Katrina. Picture taken October 8, 2005. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
SECURITY CONNECTICUT
RTRBT0K
February 03, 2004
United States Postal Service spokesman Carl Walton addresses the media outside the USPS sorting facility...
Wallingford, United States of America
USPS SPOKESMAN AT POSSIBLY TAINTED CONNECTICUT POSTAL FACILITY.
United States Postal Service spokesman Carl Walton addresses the media outside the USPS sorting facility in Wallingford, Connecticut, February 3, 2004. Workers discovered an unidentified sandy, granular substance early this morning. Walton said the substance had not been identified and that tests were ongoing. Anthrax spores were discovered at this same facility in 2001. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams HRA/HB
SECURITY CONNECTICUT
RTRBSUP
February 03, 2004
A security officer sits just inside the gate of the United States Post Office sorting facility in Wallingford,...
Wallingford, United States of America
SECURITY AT US CONNECTICUT POSTAL FACILITY.
A security officer sits just inside the gate of the United States Post Office sorting facility in Wallingford, Connecticut, February 3, 2004. Workers discovered an undetermined sandy, granular substance early this morning. Anthrax spores were found at the same Wallingford facility in 2001. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams HRA/GN
SECURITY CONNECTICUT
RTRBSUK
February 03, 2004
The media interviews the husband of a woman who works at a United States Post Office sorting facility...
Wallingford, United States of America
MEDIA HORDE AT CONNECTICUT POSTAL FACILITY AFTER POWDER SCARE.
The media interviews the husband of a woman who works at a United States Post Office sorting facility in Wallingford, Connecticut, February 3, 2004. Workers discovered an undetermined sandy, granular substance early this morning, the day after a powder which initially tested positive for the poison ricin was found in a letter addressed to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist in Washington. Anthrax spores were found at the same Wallingford facility in 2001. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams HRA/HB
SECURITY CONNECTICUT
RTRBSR3
February 03, 2004
The United States Post Office sorting facility in Wallingford, Connecticut, after employees discovered...
Wallingford, United States of America
POSSIBLE POWDER ATTACK ON CONNECTICUT POSTAL FACILITY.
The United States Post Office sorting facility in Wallingford, Connecticut, after employees discovered a sandy, granular substance in a letter early February 3, 2004, the day after the poison ricin was found in a letter addressed to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist in Washington. Anthrax spores were found at the same Wallingford facility in 2001. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams HRA/HB
SECURITY CONNECTICUT
RTRBSQ4
February 03, 2004
John Dirzius, President of the Connecticut branch fo the American Postal Workers Union, talks to journalists...
Wallingford, United States of America
POSTAL UNION SPOKESMAN AT CONNECTICUT POSTAL FACILITY WHERE SUBSTANCE WAS FOUND.
John Dirzius, President of the Connecticut branch fo the American Postal Workers Union, talks to journalists outside the United States Post Office sorting facility in Wallingford, Connecticut, February 3, 2004. Workers at the facility discovered a sandy, granular substance in a letter early this morning. Anthrax spores were found at the same Wallingford facility in 2001. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams HRA/GN
SECURITY CONNECTICUT
RTRBSPA
February 03, 2004
The United States Post Office sorting facility in Wallingford, Connecticut, after employees discovered...
Wallingford, United States of America
POSSIBLE POWDER ATTACK ON CONNECTICUT POSTAL FACILITY.
The United States Post Office sorting facility in Wallingford, Connecticut, after employees discovered a sandy, granular substance in a letter early February 3, 2004, the day after the poison ricin was found in a letter addressed to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist in Washington. Anthrax spores were found at the same Wallingford facility in 2001. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams HRA/HB
US CAPITOL ANTHRAX
RTRP0M
January 22, 2002
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle moments before entering the
Senate Hart Building after it was...
Washington, United States of America
SENATE MAJORITY LEADER DASCHLE WALKS IN FRONT OF HART BUILDING.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle moments before entering the
Senate Hart Building after it was re-opened, January 22, 2002. The
building has been closed for decontamination for anthrax spores since
it was exposed to the disease in October 2001 by a tainted letter sent
to the senator's office. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/ME
US CAPITOL ANTHRAX
RTRP08
January 22, 2002
Journalists peek through the crack of the blocked glass doors of the
still-closed U.S. Senate Majority...
Washington, United States of America
JOURNALISTS LOOK INTO OFFICE OF US SENATE MAJORITY LEADER DASCHLE.
Journalists peek through the crack of the blocked glass doors of the
still-closed U.S. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle's office moments
after the doors to the Senate Hart Building was re-opened, January 22,
2002. The building has been closed for decontamination for anthrax
spores since it was exposed to the disease in October 2001 by a tainted
letter sent to Daschle's office. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/ME
US CAPITOL ANTHRAX
RTROZW
January 22, 2002
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle makes a statement to the press
moments before entering the Senate...
Washington, United States of America
US SENATE MAJORITY LEADER DASCHLE TALKS IN FRONT OF THE HART SENATE
BUILDING.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle makes a statement to the press
moments before entering the Senate Hart Building after it was
re-opened, January 22, 2002. The building has been closed for
decontamination for anthrax spores since it was exposed to the disease
in October 2001 by a tainted letter sent to the senator's office.
REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/ME
ANTHRAX
RTROZG
January 22, 2002
U.S. Senate staff members walk out of the open door to the U.S. Senate
Hart Building after visiting...
Washington, United States of America
THE DOOR TO THE HART BUILDING ON CAPITOL HILL OPENS TO STAFF.
U.S. Senate staff members walk out of the open door to the U.S. Senate
Hart Building after visiting their offices after it was re-opened
earlier January 22, 2002. The building has been closed for
decontamination for anthrax spores since it was exposed to the disease
in October 2001. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/ME
ATTACK SENATE
RTROYN
January 22, 2002
Elizabeth Becton, a staff member for U.S. Senator Frank Murkowski
(R-Alaska), moves her office papers...
Washington, United States of America
US SENATE WORKERS MOVE BACK INTO HART BUILDING ON CAPITOL HILL.
Elizabeth Becton, a staff member for U.S. Senator Frank Murkowski
(R-Alaska), moves her office papers back into the U.S. Senate Hart
Building after it was re-opened earlier January 22, 2002. The building
has been closed for decontamination for anthrax spores since it was
exposed to the disease in October 2001. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/ME
CHILE ANTHRAX
RTRPN6V
November 20, 2001
Jose Luis Mardones, general director of the Chilean post office, talks
to the media in Santiago, November...
Santiago, Chile - Republic of
GENERAL DIRECTOR OF CHILEAN POST OFFICE MARDONES TALKS TO MEDIA.
Jose Luis Mardones, general director of the Chilean post office, talks
to the media in Santiago, November 20, 2001. Mardones confirmed that a
letter sent from Zurich, Switzerland to an undisclosed addressee in
Chile contained anthrax spores. Thirteen people who had been in contact
with the letter are currently undergoing preventive treatment, and the
letter was sent to the United States for further investigation.

REUTERS/Martin Thomas
PAKISTAN
RTROZ44
November 03, 2001
Pakistan postal workers wearing protective masks and gloves check
incoming mail at Karachi's International...
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTAN POSTAL STAFF CHECK INCOMING MAIL IN KARACHI.
Pakistan postal workers wearing protective masks and gloves check
incoming mail at Karachi's International Mail Office on November 3,
2001. Pakistan's minister for Science and Technology Atta-ur-Rehman
said on Friday that official tests confirmed that at least one
suspicious letter received in the country contained anthrax spores.
REUTERS/ Akbar Baloch

ZH/RCS
PAKISTAN
RTROZ3T
November 03, 2001
Pakistan postal workers wearing protective masks and gloves check
incoming mail at Karachi's International...
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTAN POSTAL STAFF CHECK INCOMING MAIL IN KARACHI.
Pakistan postal workers wearing protective masks and gloves check
incoming mail at Karachi's International Mail Office on November 3,
2001. Pakistan's minister for Science and Technology Atta-ur-Rehman
said on Friday that official tests confirmed that at least one
suspicious letter received in the country contained anthrax spores.
REUTERS/ Akbar Baloch

ZH/RCS
MEXICO ANTHRAX
RTRON4Z
October 25, 2001
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Petri dishes containing cultivated...
Mexico City, Mexico
PETRI DISHES CONTAINING ANTHRAX ON LABORATORY COUNTER.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Petri dishes containing cultivated Anthrax bacteria lie on the
laboratory counter at Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional, October
23, 2001. The Politecnico Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigious
higher education centers, keeps the Anthrax bacteria on campus and it
is used for teaching and learning purposes by students studying
Chemistry, Bacteriology and Parasitology. The Anthrax bacteria has
caused panic across the United States after spores were mailed to
several prominent individuals, two people are known to have died from
exposure. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
ANTHRAX
RTXKUF4
October 23, 2001
Petri dishes containing cultivated Anthrax bacteria lie on the laboratory counter at Mexico's Instituto...
Mexico City, Mexico
Petri dishes containing cultivated Anthrax bacteria lie on the laboratory counter at Mexico's Instit.....
Petri dishes containing cultivated Anthrax bacteria lie on the laboratory counter at Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional, October 23, 2001. The Politecnico Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigeous higher education centers, keeps the Anthrax virus on campus and it is used for teaching and learning purposes by students studying Chemistry, Bacteriology and Parasitology. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic across the United States after spores were mailed to several prominent individuals, two people are known to have died from exposure.
ANTHRAX
RTXKUF3
October 23, 2001
Doctor Hector Zepeda, a teacher at Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional, looks at a monitor displaying...
Mexico City, Mexico
Doctor Hector Zepeda, a teacher at Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional, looks at a monitor displ.....
Doctor Hector Zepeda, a teacher at Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional, looks at a monitor displaying the Anthrax bacteria under the microscope in his laboratory October 23, 2001. The Politecnico Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigeous higher education centres, keeps the Anthrax virus on campus and it is used for teaching and learning purposes by students studying Chemistry, Bacteriology and Parasitology. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic accross the United States after spores were mailed to several prominent individuals, two people are known to have died from exposure.
ANTHRAX
RTXKUF2
October 23, 2001
[Student Jorge Alberto Rodriguez Martinez], 21, holds up an open petri dish cultivating the anthrax bacteria...
Mexico City, Mexico
[Student Jorge Alberto Rodriguez Martinez], 21, holds up an open petri dish cultivating the anthrax .....
[Student Jorge Alberto Rodriguez Martinez], 21, holds up an open petri dish cultivating the anthrax bacteria next to a Bunsen burner, at a laboratory in Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional October 23, 2001. The Politecnico Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigious higher education centers, keeps the anthrax virus on campus. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic across the United States after spores were mailed to several prominent individuals, two people are known to have died from exposure.
ANTHRAX
RTXKUF1
October 23, 2001
Masters student Ana Lilia Sandoval Sanchez, 24, holds up a petri dish containing the Anthrax bacteria...
Mexico City, Mexico
Masters student Ana Lilia Sandoval Sanchez, 24, holds up a petri dish containing the Anthrax bacteri.....
Masters student Ana Lilia Sandoval Sanchez, 24, holds up a petri dish containing the Anthrax bacteria at a laboratory in Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional October 23, 2001. The Politecnico Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigious higher education centers, keeps the Anthrax virus on campus as students like Ana Lilia, studying Chemistry, Bacteriology and Parasitology study it in their ninth semester. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic across the United States after spores were mailed to several prominent individuals, two people are known to have died from exposure.
MEXICO ANTHRAX
RTRON54
October 23, 2001
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Doctor Hector Zepeda, a teacher...
Mexico City, Mexico
TEACHER SHOWS STUDENTS HOW TO CULTIVATE ANTHRAX.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Doctor Hector Zepeda, a teacher at Mexico's Instituto Politecnico
Nacional, shows students Jorge Alberto Rodriguez Martinez (L) and Ana
Lilia Sandoval Sanchez how he prepares a petri dish to cultivate the
Anthrax bacteria in his laboratory October 23, 2001. The Politecnico
Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigious higher education centers,
keeps the Anthrax bacteria on campus and it is used for teaching and
learning purposes by students studying Chemistry, Bacteriology and
Parasitology. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic across the United
States after spores were mailed to several prominent individuals, two
people are known to have died from exposure. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
MEXICO ANTHRAX
RTRON4R
October 23, 2001
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Student Jorge Alberto Rodriguez...
Mexico City, Mexico
STUDENT HOLDS UP OPEN PETRI DISHES WITH ANTHRAX.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Student Jorge Alberto Rodriguez Martinez, 21, holds up an open petri
dish cultivating the Anthrax bacteria next to a Bunsen burner at a
laboratory in Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional, October 23,
2001. The Politecnico Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigious higher
education centers, keeps the Anthrax bacteria on campus as students
like Jorge, studying Chemistry, Bacteriology and Parasitology study it
in their ninth semester. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic across
the United States after spores were mailed to several prominent
individuals, two people are known to have died from exposure.
REUTERS/Andrew Winning
MEXICO ANTHRAX
RTRON4K
October 23, 2001
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Student Jorge Alberto Rodriguez...
Mexico City, Mexico
STUDENT HOLDS UP OPEN PETRI DISHES WITH ANTHRAX.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Student Jorge Alberto Rodriguez Martinez, 21, holds up two open petri
dishes cultivating the Anthrax bacteria next to a Bunsen burner at a
laboratory in Mexico's Instituto Politecnico Nacional, October 23,
2001. The Politecnico Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigious higher
education centers, keeps the Anthrax bacteria on campus as students
like Jorge, studying Chemistry, Bacteriology and Parasitology study it
in their ninth semester. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic across
the United States after spores were mailed to several prominent
individuals, two people are known to have died from exposure.
REUTERS/Andrew Winning
MEXICO ANTHRAX
RTRON4B
October 23, 2001
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Masters student Ana Lilia Sandoval...
Mexico City, Mexico
STUDENT HOLDS UP OPEN PETRI DISHES WITH ANTHRAX.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CORRECTING VIRUS INTO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Masters student Ana Lilia Sandoval Sanchez, 24, holds up a petri dish
containing the Anthrax bacteria at a laboratory in Mexico's Instituto
Politecnico Nacional, October 23, 2001. The Politecnico Nacional, one
of Mexico's most prestigious higher education centers, keeps the
Anthrax bacteria on campus as students like Ana Lilia, studying
Chemistry, Bacteriology and Parasitology study it in their ninth
semester. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic across the United
States after spores were mailed to several prominent individuals, two
people are known to have died from exposure. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
MEXICO ANTHRAX
RTROMOM
October 23, 2001
CAPTION CORRECTION - CHANGING VIRUS TO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Doctor Hector Zepeda, a teacher...
Mexico City, Mexico
TEACHER LOOKS AT ANTHRAX BACTERIA UNDER MICROSCOPE ON MONITOR.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CHANGING VIRUS TO BACTERIA FOR CLARIFICATION

Doctor Hector Zepeda, a teacher at Mexico's Instituto Politecnico
Nacional, looks at a monitor displaying the Anthrax bacteria under the
microscope in his laboratory October 23, 2001. The Politecnico
Nacional, one of Mexico's most prestigious higher education centers,
keeps the Anthrax bacteria on campus and it is used for teaching and
learning purposes by students studying Chemistry, Bacteriology and
Parasitology. The Anthrax bacteria has caused panic across the United
States after spores were mailed to several prominent individuals, two
people are known to have died from exposure. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
BUSS
RTXKUVV
October 20, 2001
Brazilian laboratory FIOCRUZ (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation) President Paulo Buss speaks to the media, in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian laboratory FIOCRUZ (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation) President Paulo Buss speaks to the media, in .....
Brazilian laboratory FIOCRUZ (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation) President Paulo Buss speaks to the media, in Rio de Janeiro, October 20, 2001. Brazilian laboratory said that material contained in a letter sent to the Rio bureau of The New York Times had tested negative for anthrax. The New York Times had said last Friday on October 19 that the suspect letter, handed over unopened to Brazilian authorities last week, had tested positive for "bacteria or spores consistent with anthrax".
ATTACK ANTHRAX
RTROEHN
October 20, 2001
CAPTION CLARIFICATION - CAPTION UPDATED WITH TEST RESULT-Brazilian
Adriana Nogueira reads a local newspaper...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil -
NEW YORK TIMES RIO BUREAU RECEVED A LETTER THAT TESTED NEGATIVE FOR
ANTHRAX.
CAPTION CLARIFICATION - CAPTION UPDATED WITH TEST RESULT-Brazilian
Adriana Nogueira reads a local newspaper with a headline "New York
Times bureau received a letter with bacteria", in Rio de Janeiro,
October 20, 2001. Brazilian laboratory FIOCRUZ (Oswaldo Cruz
Foundation) announced Saturday, that material contained in a letter
sent to the Rio bureau of The New York Times had tested negative for
anthrax. The New York Times had said last Friday on October 19 that the
suspect letter, handed over unopened to Brazilian authorities last
week, had tested positive for "bacteria or spores consistent with
anthrax". REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

SM/HK
ATTACK ANTHRAX
RTROEHI
October 20, 2001
Brazilian laboratory FIOCRUZ (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation) President Paulo
Buss speaks to the media, in...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil -
LETTER TO RIO NY TIMES BUREAU TESTED NEGATIVE FOR ANTHRAX.
Brazilian laboratory FIOCRUZ (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation) President Paulo
Buss speaks to the media, in Rio de Janeiro, October 20, 2001.
Brazilian laboratory said that material contained in a letter sent to
the Rio bureau of The New York Times had tested negative for anthrax.
The New York Times had said last Friday on October 19 that the suspect
letter, handed over unopened to Brazilian authorities last week, had
tested positive for "bacteria or spores consistent with anthrax".
REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

SM/HK
ATTACK ANTHRAX
RTROE7C
October 20, 2001
Brazilian Adriana Nogueira reads a local newspaper with a headline "New
York Times bureau received a...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil -
NEW YORK TIMES RIO BUREAU RECEVED A LETTER THAT TESTED POSITIVE FOR
ANTHRAX.
Brazilian Adriana Nogueira reads a local newspaper with a headline "New
York Times bureau received a letter with bacteria", in Rio de Janeiro,
October 20, 2001 .The New York Times said that an envelope received a
letter that tested positive for "anthrax spores." REUTERS/Sergio
Moraes

SM/HK
BRITAIN
RTXKUA1
October 17, 2001
A sample plate is analysed using the ground breaking, matrix-assisted, laser desorption/ionisation, time-of-flight...
Manchester, UK
A sample plate is analysed using the ground breaking, matrix-assisted, laser desorption/ionisation, .....
A sample plate is analysed using the ground breaking, matrix-assisted, laser desorption/ionisation, time-of-flight mass spectrometry at Manchester Metropolitan University October 17, 2001. The machine, which is able to detect anthrax spores, takes a mass fingerprint of unknown bacteria which can be reliably matched in seconds against a database of quality-controlled reference spectra. This system can then be used for real-time detection of suspect bacteria.
ANTHRAX
RTXKU4C
October 17, 2001
A laboratory worker loads samples onto a plate for analysis in the ground breaking matrix-assisted laser...
Manchester, UK
A laboratory worker loads samples onto a plate for analysis in the ground breaking matrix-assisted l.....
A laboratory worker loads samples onto a plate for analysis in the ground breaking matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation time-of-flight mass spectrometry machine at Manchester Metropolitan University October 17, 2001. The machine, which can be used to detect Anthrax spores, takes a mass-fingerprint of unknown bacteria which can be reliably matched in seconds against a database of quality-controlled reference spectra. This system can then be used for real-time detection of suspect bacteria.
BRITAIN
RTRO961
October 17, 2001
A laboratory worker loads samples onto a plate of a MALDI-TOF mass
spectrometer for analysis in the...
Manchester, UK
A LABORATORY WORKER LOADS SAMPLES FOR TESTING AT MANCHESTER
METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY.
A laboratory worker loads samples onto a plate of a MALDI-TOF mass
spectrometer for analysis in the research development unit at
Manchester Metropolitan University, October 17, 2001. The machine,
which uses bespoke laser technology to take a fingerprint of unknown
bacteria, has the potential to search for and identify the presence of
anthrax spores in a sample faster than existing technology. REUTERS/Ian
Hodgson

IH
ATTACK BRITAIN
RTRO95X
October 17, 2001
A sample plate of a MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer is analysed in the
research development unit at Manchester...
Manchester, UK
A SAMPLE PLATE IS ANALYSED IN THE LABORATORY AT MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN
UNIVERSITY.
A sample plate of a MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer is analysed in the
research development unit at Manchester Metropolitan University,
October 17, 2001. The machine, which uses bespoke laser technology to
take a fingerprint of unknown bacteria, has the potential to search for
and identify the presence of anthrax spores in a sample faster than
existing technology. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA
ATTACK BRITAIN
RTRO95Q
October 17, 2001
Dr Diane Dare catalogues data from the MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer in
the research development unit...
Manchester, UK
DR DIANE DARE CATALOGUES DATA IN THE RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT UNIT AT
MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY....
Dr Diane Dare catalogues data from the MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer in
the research development unit at Manchester Metropolitan University,
October 17, 2001. The machine, which uses bespoke laser technology to
take a fingerprint of unknown bacteria, has the potential to search for
and identify the presence of anthrax spores in a sample faster than
existing technology. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA
ANTHRAX MEXICO POST
RTRO821
October 16, 2001
Domingo Aguirre, a worker at Mexico City airport's central mail sorting
facility wears a surgical mask...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN POSTAL WORKER WEARS MASK AS HE SORTS MAIL.
Domingo Aguirre, a worker at Mexico City airport's central mail sorting
facility wears a surgical mask as he classifies recently arrived
international post October 16, 2001. Aguirre said he had bought the
mask himself to try to protect himself after the spate of anthrax
spores sent in the mail in the United States. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

AW/ME
ANTHRAX MEXICO
RTRO81I
October 16, 2001
Domingo Aguirre, a worker at Mexico City airport's central mail sorting
facility wears a surgical mask...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN POSTAL WORKER IN MASK SORTS MAIL.
Domingo Aguirre, a worker at Mexico City airport's central mail sorting
facility wears a surgical mask as he classifies recently arrived
international post October 16, 2001. Aguirre said he had bought the
mask himself to try to protect himself after the spate of anthrax
spores sent in the mail in the United States. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

AW/ME
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