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AUTOS-CHINA/
RTX7Y9GZ
September 27, 2020
A staff member wearing a face mask following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak stands next...
Beijing, China
Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show
A staff member wearing a face mask following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak stands next to a Ford Titanium SUV at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show, in Beijing, China September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
AUTOSHOW-CANADA/
RTS32J7L
February 19, 2020
A visitor views a titanium hybrid 2020 Ford Escape FWD small SUV at the Canadian International Auto Show...
Toronto, Canada
A visitor views a hybrid Ford Escape FWD small SUV at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto...
A visitor views a titanium hybrid 2020 Ford Escape FWD small SUV at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto, Ontario, Canada February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
APPLE-IPHONE/
RTS2Q2IZ
September 10, 2019
An attendee holds two titanium Apple Watch Edition smart watches in the demonstration area during a launch...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
An attendee holds two titanium Apple Watch Edition smart watches in the demonstration area during a launch...
An attendee holds two titanium Apple Watch Edition smart watches in the demonstration area during a launch event at their headquarters in Cupertino, California, U.S., September 10, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
APPLE-IPHONE/
RTS2Q2I4
September 10, 2019
Two titanium Apple Watch Edition smart watches are seen in the demonstration area during an Apple event...
Cupertino, UNITED STATES
Two titanium Apple Watch Edition smart watches are seen in the demonstration area during an Apple event...
Two titanium Apple Watch Edition smart watches are seen in the demonstration area during an Apple event at their headquarters in Cupertino, California, U.S. September 10, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
AUTOSHOW-NEW YORK/
RTX6S513
April 17, 2019
A worker cleans the windshield of a 2018 Ford Ecosport Titanium car at the Ford exhibit at the 2019 New...
New York, UNITED STATES
A worker cleans the windshield of a 2018 Ford Ecosport Titanium car at the Ford exhibit at the 2019 New...
A worker cleans the windshield of a 2018 Ford Ecosport Titanium car at the Ford exhibit at the 2019 New York International Auto Show in New York City, New York, U.S, April 17, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
GERMANY-EMMISIONS/
RTX6RQL8
April 15, 2019
Titanium dioxide granulate, used in asphalt which reduces car emissions, is seen in Stuttgart, Germany,...
Stuttgart, Germany
Titanium dioxide granulate, used in asphalt which reduces car emissions, is seen in this illustration...
Titanium dioxide granulate, used in asphalt which reduces car emissions, is seen in Stuttgart, Germany, in this illustration picture taken April 15, 2019. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski/Illustration
GERMANY-EMMISIONS/
RTX6RQL7
April 15, 2019
Titanium dioxide granulate, used in asphalt which reduces car emissions, is seen in Stuttgart, Germany,...
Stuttgart, Germany
Titanium dioxide granulate, used in asphalt which reduces car emissions, is seen in this illustration...
Titanium dioxide granulate, used in asphalt which reduces car emissions, is seen in Stuttgart, Germany, in this illustration picture taken April 15, 2019. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski/Illustration
SWISS-WATCHES/
RTS2E5RA
March 21, 2019
A Classic Fusion Ferrari GT Titanium watch of Swiss watch manufacturer Hublot is seen on display at the...
Basel, Switzerland
A Classic Fusion Ferrari GT Titanium watch of Swiss watch manufacturer Hublot is seen on display at the...
A Classic Fusion Ferrari GT Titanium watch of Swiss watch manufacturer Hublot is seen on display at the Baselworld watch and jewellery fair in Basel, Switzerland March 21, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS2013Y
September 04, 2018
Cows graze near the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" in the town of Armyansk, Crimea...
Armyansk, Ukraine
Cows graze near the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" in Armyansk
Cows graze near the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS2013D
September 04, 2018
A view shows the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" in the town of Armyansk, Crimea...
Armyansk, Ukraine
A view shows the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" in Armyansk
A view shows the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS20131
September 04, 2018
People surround buses during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
Armyansk, Ukraine
People surround buses during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
People surround buses during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS2012W
September 04, 2018
A boy wears a protective mask inside a bus during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns...
Armyansk, Ukraine
A boy wears a protective mask during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
A boy wears a protective mask inside a bus during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS2012Q
September 04, 2018
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
Armyansk, Ukraine
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS2012P
September 04, 2018
A boy wears a protective mask during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
Armyansk, Ukraine
A boy wears a protective mask during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
A boy wears a protective mask during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS2012J
September 04, 2018
People board a bus during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup,...
Armyansk, Ukraine
People board a bus during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup...
People board a bus during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS20122
September 04, 2018
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
Armyansk, Ukraine
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS20120
September 04, 2018
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
Armyansk, Ukraine
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS2011Y
September 04, 2018
People cover faces during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup,...
Armyansk, Ukraine
People cover faces during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup...
People cover faces during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
CRIMEA-POLLUTION/
RTS2011N
September 04, 2018
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
Armyansk, Ukraine
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution...
People wear protective masks during an evacuation of school-aged children due to concerns over air pollution buildup, after the local titanium dioxide manufacturer "Crimean Titan" reportedly released toxic byproducts, in the town of Armyansk, Crimea September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov
GE-ADDITIVE/
RTS1PVUN
May 04, 2018
Plastic clothing decorations and lightweight titanium bicycle parts produced by 3D printers are shown...
New York, UNITED STATES
Plastic clothing decorations and lightweight titanium bicycle parts produced by 3D printers are shown...
Plastic clothing decorations and lightweight titanium bicycle parts produced by 3D printers are shown at an event hosted by General Electric in New York, NY, U.S., May 3, 2018. Picture taken on May 3, 2018. REUTERS/Alwyn Scott
MEDARTIS-IPO/
RTS1N6KF
March 12, 2018
A hand with titanium plates of Medartis, a Swiss producer of metal implants for the surgical management...
Zurich, Switzerland
A hand with titanium plates of Medartis is seen during a news conference to present the planned IPO,...
A hand with titanium plates of Medartis, a Swiss producer of metal implants for the surgical management of fractures, is seen during a news conference to present the planned IPO, in Zurich, Switzerland March 12, 2018. REUTERS/Moritz Hager
MEDARTIS-IPO/
RTS1N6KC
March 12, 2018
A skull with titanium plates of Medartis, a Swiss producer of metal implants for the surgical management...
Zurich, Switzerland
A skull with titanium plates of Medartis, a Swiss producer of metal implants for the surgical management...
A skull with titanium plates of Medartis, a Swiss producer of metal implants for the surgical management of fractures, is seen during a news conference to present the planned IPO, in Zurich, Switzerland March 12, 2018. REUTERS/Moritz Hager
MEDARTIS-IPO/
RTS1N6JY
March 12, 2018
A skull with titanium plates of Medartis, a Swiss producer of metal implants for the surgical management...
Zurich, Switzerland
A skull with titanium plates of Medartis is seen during a news conference to present the planned IPO,...
A skull with titanium plates of Medartis, a Swiss producer of metal implants for the surgical management of fractures, is seen during a news conference to present the planned IPO, in Zurich, Switzerland March 12, 2018. REUTERS/Moritz Hager
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R1C
June 09, 2017
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which...
Bolton, Canada
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar at...
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R1A
June 09, 2017
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which...
Bolton, Canada
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar at...
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R12
June 09, 2017
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which...
Bolton, Canada
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar at...
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R11
June 09, 2017
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which...
Bolton, Canada
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar at...
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R10
June 09, 2017
A driver sits in a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses...
Bolton, Canada
A driver sits in a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar at the Titanium...
A driver sits in a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0Z
June 09, 2017
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which...
Bolton, Canada
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar at...
An operator demonstrates the software used in the BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0W
June 09, 2017
A driver operates a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses...
Bolton, Canada
A driver operates a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar at the Titanium...
A driver operates a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0U
June 09, 2017
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service which...
Bolton, Canada
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service at...
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0P
June 09, 2017
A "BlackBerry Radar" attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service which uses $400 boxes...
Bolton, Canada
A "BlackBerry Radar" is attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service at the Titanium...
A "BlackBerry Radar" attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, is shown at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0O
June 09, 2017
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service which...
Bolton, Canada
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service at...
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0M
June 09, 2017
A "BlackBerry Radar" device attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service which uses...
Bolton, Canada
A "BlackBerry Radar" is attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service at the Titanium...
A "BlackBerry Radar" device attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, is shown at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0L
June 09, 2017
A driver operates a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses...
Bolton, Canada
A driver operates a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar at the Titanium...
A driver operates a truck equipped with a BlackBerry fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0I
June 09, 2017
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service which...
Bolton, Canada
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service at...
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0H
June 09, 2017
A worker uses a forklift to collect goods to load into trailers equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking...
Bolton, Canada
A worker uses a forklift to collect goods to load into trailers equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking...
A worker uses a forklift to collect goods to load into trailers equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0E
June 09, 2017
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service which...
Bolton, Canada
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service at...
Trailers sit in a lot equipped with "BlackBerry Radar" boxes, that perform a fleet-tracking service which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0D
June 09, 2017
A worker walks in warehouse full of goods to be loaded into trailers equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking...
Bolton, Canada
A worker walks in a warehouse full of goods to be loaded into trailers equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking...
A worker walks in warehouse full of goods to be loaded into trailers equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0C
June 09, 2017
A worker operates a forklift to load a trailer equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking service known...
Bolton, Canada
A worker operates a forklift to load a trailer equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking service known...
A worker operates a forklift to load a trailer equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0B
June 09, 2017
A worker operates a forklift to load a trailer equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking service known...
Bolton, Canada
A worker operates a forklift to load a trailer equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking service known...
A worker operates a forklift to load a trailer equipped with BlackBerry's fleet-tracking service known as Radar, which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
BLACKBERRY-RECOVERY/
RTX39R0A
June 09, 2017
A "BlackBerry Radar" device attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service which uses...
Bolton, Canada
A "BlackBerry Radar" device attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service at the Titanium...
A "BlackBerry Radar" device attached to a trailer, that performs a fleet-tracking service which uses $400 boxes to collect and transmit information on movement, temperature and physical contents of truck trailers, at the Titanium Transportation trucking firm in Bolton, Ontario, Canada on June 7, 2017. Picture taken on June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
USA-AUTOSHOW/
RTX2YCHS
January 10, 2017
A Ford Fusion Titanium Hybrid autonomous car is displayed during the North American International Auto...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
A Ford Fusion Titanium Hybrid autonomous car is displayed during the North American International Auto...
A Ford Fusion Titanium Hybrid autonomous car is displayed during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., January 10, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
TECH-CES/
RTX2128B
January 05, 2016
Satoshi Yanagisawa of Japan displays the Orbitrec, a connected 3D printed bicycle by Cerevo, during "CES...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Satoshi Yanagisawa of Japan displays the Orbitrec, a connected 3D printed bicycle by Cerevo, during "CES...
Satoshi Yanagisawa of Japan displays the Orbitrec, a connected 3D printed bicycle by Cerevo, during "CES Unveiled," a preview event of the 2016 International CES trade show, in Las Vegas, Nevada January 4, 2016. The bicycle features 3D printed titanium joints, carbon fiber tubes and a built in sensor module that sends a variety of information to a smartphone. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
VOESTALPINE-OUTLOOK/CHINA
RTX1PP3H
August 26, 2015
Chief Executive of Austrian specialised steelmaker Voestalpine Wolfgang Eder talks during an interview...
Linz, Austria
Chief Executive of Austrian specialised steelmaker Voestalpine Eder talks during an interview with Reuters...
Chief Executive of Austrian specialised steelmaker Voestalpine Wolfgang Eder talks during an interview with Reuters in Linz, Austria, August 25, 2015. Voestalpine will not reach its revenue target of 20 billion euros ($23 billion) by 2020/21 due to low prices for commodities including iron ore, aluminium, coal and titanium, Eder said. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
GOLF-HICKORY/
RTX1DLD1
May 19, 2015
President of the British Golf Collectors Society and hickory golf enthusiast Philip Truett, wearing period...
Epsom, United Kingdom
President of the British Golf Collectors Society and hickory golf enthusiast Philip Truett poses for...
President of the British Golf Collectors Society and hickory golf enthusiast Philip Truett, wearing period dress, poses for a picture with his playing clubs at the Royal Automobile Club's Vintage Golf Day on its Old Course in Epsom, Britain, May 10, 2015. Before titanium, before graphite, before composites and before steel, golf clubs had shafts of wood, ideally hickory. That era ended 80 years ago for most golfers. But it lives on today among a coterie of enthusiasts who revel in their anachronism, spurning modern clubs that promise maximum "moment of inertia," minimum "cross-sectional deformation," and other attributes from that twilight zone between technology and marketing. Picture taken May 10, 2015. To match Feature GOLF-HICKORY/ REUTERS/Paul Ingrassia
CHINA-SCIENCE/
RTR43AB0
August 21, 2014
A spine model is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. Chinese doctor...
Beijing, China
Spine model is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing
A spine model is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun has successfully implanted an artificial axis produced by a 3D printer into the spine of a bone cancer patient. This was the first time that an axis produced by 3D printing had been implanted into a patient, according to Liu. Normally, a diseased axis would be replaced by a standardised, hollow titanium tube, said Liu. Picture taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
CHINA-SCIENCE/
RTR43AAZ
August 21, 2014
A medical staff member displays a spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis at Peking University...
Beijing, China
Medical staff member displays a spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis at Peking University...
A medical staff member displays a spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun has successfully implanted an artificial axis produced by a 3D printer into the spine of a bone cancer patient. This was the first time that an axis produced by 3D printing had been implanted into a patient, according to Liu. Normally, a diseased axis would be replaced by a standardised, hollow titanium tube, said Liu. Picture taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
CHINA-SCIENCE/
RTR43AAV
August 21, 2014
Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun gives an explanation of the 3D-printed artificial axis he has successfully...
Beijing, China
Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun gives an explanation of the 3D-printed artificial axis he has successfully...
Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun gives an explanation of the 3D-printed artificial axis he has successfully implanted into the spine of a bone cancer patient at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. This was the first time that an axis produced by 3D printing had been implanted into a patient, according to Liu. Normally, a diseased axis would be replaced by a standardised, hollow titanium tube, said Liu. Picture taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
CHINA-SCIENCE/
RTR43AAU
August 21, 2014
A spine model implanted with a titanium tube is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing,...
Beijing, China
Spine model implanted with a titanium tube is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing...
A spine model implanted with a titanium tube is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun has successfully implanted an artificial axis produced by a 3D printer into the spine of a bone cancer patient. This was the first time that an axis produced by 3D printing had been implanted into a patient, according to Liu. Normally, a diseased axis would be replaced by a standardised, hollow titanium tube, said Liu. Picture taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
CHINA-SCIENCE/
RTR43AAR
August 21, 2014
A spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital...
Beijing, China
Spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital...
A spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun has successfully implanted an artificial axis produced by a 3D printer into the spine of a bone cancer patient. This was the first time that an axis produced by 3D printing had been implanted into a patient, according to Liu. Normally, a diseased axis would be replaced by a standardised, hollow titanium tube, said Liu. Picture taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
CHINA-SCIENCE/
RTR43AAP
August 21, 2014
Combination picture of a spine model, a spine model implanted with a traditionally used titanium tube,...
Beijing, China
Combination picture of a spine model, a spine model implanted with a traditionally used titanium tube...
Combination picture of a spine model, a spine model implanted with a traditionally used titanium tube, and a spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis (L-R), are displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun has successfully implanted an artificial axis produced by a 3D printer into the spine of a bone cancer patient. This was the first time that an axis produced by 3D printing had been implanted into a patient, according to Liu. Normally, a diseased axis would be replaced by a standardised, hollow titanium tube, said Liu. Pictures taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
CHINA-SCIENCE/
RTR43AAO
August 21, 2014
Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun poses for pictures with a spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial...
Beijing, China
Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun poses for pictures with a spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial...
Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun poses for pictures with a spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis, at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. Liu has successfully implanted an artificial axis produced by a 3D printer into the spine of a bone cancer patient. This was the first time that an axis produced by 3D printing had been implanted into a patient, according to Liu. Normally, a diseased axis would be replaced by a standardised, hollow titanium tube, said Liu. Picture taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
CHINA-SCIENCE/
RTR43AAM
August 21, 2014
A spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital...
Beijing, China
Spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital...
A spine model implanted with a 3D-printed artificial axis is displayed at Peking University Third Hospital in Beijing, August 14, 2014. Chinese doctor Liu Zhongjun has successfully implanted an artificial axis produced by a 3D printer into the spine of a bone cancer patient. This was the first time that an axis produced by 3D printing had been implanted into a patient, according to Liu. Normally, a diseased axis would be replaced by a standardised, hollow titanium tube, said Liu. Picture taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH)
RUSSIA-TITANIUM
RTX160XA
December 02, 2013
An employee works walks past machinery at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda, some 1,800 km...
VERKHNYAYA-SALDA, Russia
An employee works walks past machinery at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda
An employee works walks past machinery at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda, some 1,800 km (1,100 miles) east of Moscow, November 7, 2013. Russia's VSMPO-Avisma, the world's biggest producer of titanium, expects profits to rise 25 percent to some $250 million this year due to robust demand from the aerospace industry, the firm's key customer. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Svetlana Burmistrova (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
RUSISA-TITANIUM
RTX160X8
December 02, 2013
Visitors walk near the information centre at a the site of a proposed "titanium valley" business park...
VERKHNYAYA-SALDA, Russia
Visitors walk near the information centre at a the site of a proposed "titanium valley" business park...
Visitors walk near the information centre at a the site of a proposed "titanium valley" business park in Verkhnyaya-Salda, some 1,800 km (1,100 miles) east of Moscow, November 7, 2013. Russia's VSMPO-Avisma, the world's biggest producer of titanium, expects profits to rise 25 percent to some $250 million this year due to robust demand from the aerospace industry, the firm's key customer. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Svetlana Burmistrova (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
RUSISA-TITANIUM
RTX160X0
December 02, 2013
An employee works with a titanium ingot at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda, some 1,800 km...
VERKHNYAYA-SALDA, Russia
An employee works with a titanium ingot at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda
An employee works with a titanium ingot at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda, some 1,800 km (1,100 miles) east of Moscow, November 7, 2013. Russia's VSMPO-Avisma, the world's biggest producer of titanium, expects profits to rise 25 percent to some $250 million this year due to robust demand from the aerospace industry, the firm's key customer. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Svetlana Burmistrova (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
RUSISA-TITANIUM
RTX160WU
December 02, 2013
An employee manoeuvres a titanium ingot for pressing at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda,...
VERKHNYAYA-SALDA, Russia
An employee manoeuvres a titanium ingot for pressing at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda
An employee manoeuvres a titanium ingot for pressing at the VSMPO-Avisma factory in Verkhnyaya-Salda, some 1,800 km (1,100 miles) east of Moscow, November 7, 2013. Russia's VSMPO-Avisma, the world's biggest producer of titanium, expects profits to rise 25 percent to some $250 million this year due to robust demand from the aerospace industry, the firm's key customer. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Svetlana Burmistrova (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
HONGKONG
RTX14EED
October 17, 2013
Bipedal humanoid robot "Atlas", primarily developed by the American robotics company Boston Dynamics,...
Hong Kong, China
Bipedal humanoid robot "Atlas" is presented to the media during a news conference at the University of...
Bipedal humanoid robot "Atlas", primarily developed by the American robotics company Boston Dynamics, is presented to the media during a news conference at the University of Hong Kong October 17, 2013. The 6-foot (1.83 m) tall, 330-pound (149.7 kg) robot is made of graded aluminium and titanium and costs HK$ 15 million ($1.93 million). It is capable of a variety of natural movements, including dynamic walking, calisthenics and user programmed behaviours, according to the University of Hong Kong's press release. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HONGKONG
RTX14EEC
October 17, 2013
Bipedal humanoid robot "Atlas", primarily developed by the American robotics company Boston Dynamics,...
Hong Kong, China
Bipedal humanoid robot "Atlas" is presented to the media during a news conference at the University of...
Bipedal humanoid robot "Atlas", primarily developed by the American robotics company Boston Dynamics, is presented to the media during a news conference at the University of Hong Kong October 17, 2013. The 6-foot (1.83 m) tall, 330-pound (149.7 kg) robot is made of graded aluminium and titanium and costs HK$ 15 million ($1.93 million). It is capable of a variety of natural movements, including dynamic walking, calisthenics and user programmed behaviours, according to the University of Hong Kong's press release. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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