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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-DENTSU
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July 27, 2020
Takenobu Tonegawa, 41, who owns a video production firm, walks as he works his part-time job as Uber...
Tokyo, Japan
Takenobu Tonegawa walks as he works his part-time job as Uber Eats delivery person amid the coronavirus...
Takenobu Tonegawa, 41, who owns a video production firm, walks as he works his part-time job as Uber Eats delivery person amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan July 16, 2020. Picture taken July 16, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-DENTSU
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July 27, 2020
Takenobu Tonegawa, 41, who owns a video production firm, pauses as he works his part-time job as Uber...
Tokyo, Japan
Takenobu Tonegawa pauses as he works his part-time job as Uber Eats delivery person amid the coronavirus...
Takenobu Tonegawa, 41, who owns a video production firm, pauses as he works his part-time job as Uber Eats delivery person amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan July 16, 2020. Picture taken July 16, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-DENTSU
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July 27, 2020
Takenobu Tonegawa, 41, who owns a video production firm, cycles as he works his part-time job as Uber...
Tokyo, Japan
Takenobu Tonegawa cycles as he works his part-time job as Uber Eats delivery person amid the coronavirus...
Takenobu Tonegawa, 41, who owns a video production firm, cycles as he works his part-time job as Uber Eats delivery person amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan July 16, 2020. Picture taken July 16, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-DENTSU
RTX7M5QI
July 27, 2020
Takenobu Tonegawa, 41, who owns a video production firm, pauses as he works his part-time job as Uber...
Tokyo, Japan
Takenobu Tonegawa pauses as he works his part-time job as Uber Eats delivery person amid the coronavirus...
Takenobu Tonegawa, 41, who owns a video production firm, pauses as he works his part-time job as Uber Eats delivery person amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan July 16, 2020. Picture taken July 16, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
CHILE/
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January 06, 2014
A general view of the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former Chilean Congress building...
Santiago, Chile
General view of the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former Chilean Congress building...
A general view of the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former Chilean Congress building in Santiago, January 6, 2014. According to the event's organisers, the symposium was held to share discoveries in the fields of HIV treatment, cloning, vision, smell and taste, memory and mapping of the human brain, and will include dialogue by three Nobel Laureates, including Torsten Wiesel, as well as Susumu Tonegawa and Richard Axel. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION HEALTH)
CHILE/
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January 06, 2014
Nobel Laureate Richard Axel (L), Doctor Tom Maniatis (C) and Nobel Laureate Susumu Tonegawa listen as...
Santiago, Chile
Nobel Laureate Axel, Doctor Maniatis and Nobel Laureate Tonegawa listen as they attend inaugural symposium...
Nobel Laureate Richard Axel (L), Doctor Tom Maniatis (C) and Nobel Laureate Susumu Tonegawa listen as they attend the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former Chilean Congress building in Santiago, January 6, 2014. According to the event's organisers, the symposium was held to share discoveries in the fields of HIV treatment, cloning, vision, smell and taste, memory and mapping of the human brain, and will include dialogue by three Nobel Laureates, including Tosten Wiesel, as well as Tonegawa and Axel. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION HEALTH)
CHILE/
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January 06, 2014
Nobel Laureate Susumu Tonegawa listens as he attends the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at...
Santiago, Chile
Nobel Laureate Tonegawa listens as he attends the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former...
Nobel Laureate Susumu Tonegawa listens as he attends the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former Chilean Congress building in Santiago, January 6, 2014. According to the event's organisers, the symposium was held to share discoveries in the fields of HIV treatment, cloning, vision, smell and taste, memory and mapping of the human brain, and will include dialogue by three Nobel Laureates, including Torsten Wiesel, as well as Tonegawa and Richard Axel. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION HEALTH)
CHILE/
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January 06, 2014
Nobel Laureate Torsten Wiesel attends the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former Chilean...
Santiago, Chile
Nobel Laureate Torsten Wiesel attends the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former Chilean...
Nobel Laureate Torsten Wiesel attends the inaugural symposium "Transforming Minds" at the former Chilean Congress building in Santiago, January 6, 2014. According to the event's organisers, the symposium was held to share discoveries in the fields of HIV treatment, cloning, vision, smell and taste, memory and mapping of the human brain, and will include dialogue by three Nobel Laureates, including Wiesel, as well as Susumu Tonegawa and Richard Axel. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION HEALTH)
TONEGAWA
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December 01, 2005
Dr. Susumu Tonegawa speaks at the inaugural symposium "The Future of the Brain" at the new Picower Institute...
Cambridge, USA
Dr. Susumu Tonegawa speaks at the inaugural symposium "The Future of the Brain" at the new Picower I.....
Dr. Susumu Tonegawa speaks at the inaugural symposium "The Future of the Brain" at the new Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1, 2005. The symposium featured five Nobel Laureates, including Dr. Tonegawa, [as well as Dr. Alexander Shulgin], who synthesized MDMA, which became known as the drug Ecstasy.
SCIENCE MIT
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December 01, 2005
Dr. Susumu Tonegawa speaks at the inaugural symposium "The Future of the Brain" at the new Picower Institute...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Tonegawa speaks at the The Future of the Brain inaugural symposium at MIT in Cambridge
Dr. Susumu Tonegawa speaks at the inaugural symposium "The Future of the Brain" at the new Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1, 2005. The symposium featured five Nobel Laureates, including Dr. Tonegawa, as well as Dr. Alexander Shulgin, who synthesized MDMA, which became known as the drug Ecstasy. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
RTR60DR
August 24, 1997
Japanese monkey Lilly leaps over the waves during a performance August 23 on the Tonegawa River east...
Japan
JAPANESE MONKEY ENJOYS WATERSKING IN JAPAN
Japanese monkey Lilly leaps over the waves during a performance August 23 on the Tonegawa River east of Tokyo. The monkey business of the two-year-old Japanese macaque and partner Momoko has become a top crowdpleaser at watersports shows around Japan.

JAPAN MONKEY
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August 23, 1997
Momoko the water-sports monkey gets dried off by her trainer Katsumi Nakajima after a performance August...
Japan
WATER-SPROTS MONKEY GETS DRIED OF BY HER TRAINER AFTER A PERFORMANCE
Momoko the water-sports monkey gets dried off by her trainer Katsumi Nakajima after a performance August 23 on the Tonegawa River east of Tokyo. The six-year-old Japanese macaque learned to stay at the helm of her radio-controlled powerboat last winter and her monkey business has since become the top crowd-pleaser at shows around Japan.

JAPAN
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August 23, 1997
Momoko, the water-sports monkey, demonstrates how she can stay at the helm of a speeding powerboat during...
Japan
MONKEY DRIVES SPEEDBOAT DURING PERFORMANCE NEAR TOKYO
Momoko, the water-sports monkey, demonstrates how she can stay at the helm of a speeding powerboat during a performance August 23 on the Tonegawa River east of Tokyo. Already an accomplished water-skiier, the six-year-old Japanese macaque's latest monkey business has made her a top crowd-pleaser at shows around Japan.

JAPAN
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August 23, 1997
Lilly the water-skiing monkey takes a turn behind a boat operated by her trainers during a performance...
Japan
WATER-SKIING MONKEY TAKES A TURN BEHIND A BOAT
Lilly the water-skiing monkey takes a turn behind a boat operated by her trainers during a performance August 23 on the Tonegawa River east of Tokyo. The monkey business of the two-year-old Japanese macaque and partner Momoko has become a top crowd-pleaser at water-sports shows around Japan.

JAPAN
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August 23, 1997
Momoko, the water-sports monkey, demonstrates how she can stay at the helm of a speeding powerboat during...
Japan
A MONKEY DRIVES SPEEDBOAT DURING PERFORMANCE NEAR TOKYO
Momoko, the water-sports monkey, demonstrates how she can stay at the helm of a speeding powerboat during a performance August 23 on the Tonegawa River east of Tokyo. Already an accomplished water-skiier, the six-year-old Japanese macaque's latest monkey business has made her a top crowd-pleaser at shows around Japan.

JAPAN
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