User:John Cummings/Science Museum image usage

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<gallery> 14-wire cable damaged by fusion at Manchester University (9669013725).jpg 60-inch cyclotron, c 1930s. This shows the (9660569583).jpg| de.wikipedia Zyklotron, en.wikipedia Ernest Lawrence, uk.wikipedia Циклотрон, 80 + 110 + 2 = 192 Artificial limbs for a thalidomide child, 1961-1965. (9660575567).jpg|de.wikipedia Thalidomid, en.wikipedia Thalidomide, Prosthesis, sv.wikipedia Protes, Talidomid, 150 + 1400 + 1000 + 10 + 15 = 2575 Artificial nose, 17th-18th century. (9663809400).jpg|de.wikipedia Nase, en.wikipedia Tycho Brahe, History of syphilis, History of rhinoplasty, 150 + 1000 + 150 + 10 = 1310 Babbages Analytical Engine, 1834-1871. (9660574685).jpg| de.wikipedia Analytical Engine, 50 Babbages Difference Engine No 1, 1824-1832. (9660573845).jpg| de.wikipedia Differenzmaschine, 40 Baby Blue - a prototype polymerase chain reaction (PCR), c 1986. (9663810586).jpg| da.wikipedia PCR, de.wikipedia Polymerase-Kettenreaktion, en.wikipedia Polymerase chain reaction, 20 + 350 + 2000 = 2370 Computer and speech synthesiser housing, 19 (9663804888).jpg| de.wikipedia Stephen Hawking, en.wikipedia Speech synthesis, 1200 + 360 = 1560 Demonstration model of Babbage’s Difference Engine No 1, 19th century. (9660573663).jpg| de.wikipedia Differenzmaschine, 50 Early Geiger counter, made by Hans Geiger, 1932. (9663806938).jpg|de.wikipedia Zählrohr, Hans Geiger (Physiker), sv.wikipedia Geigermätare, Hans Geiger, 166 + 20 + 12 + 5 = 203 EMG Mark Xb handmade gramophone, c 1934. (9660572765).jpg Gearwheel cut-outs for Babbages Difference Engine No 1, 1824-1832. (9660574123).jpg| de.wikipedia Zahnrad, 300 Glass flask used by Louis Pasteur, 1860s. (9660573541).jpg| de.wikipedia Louis Pasteur, en.wikipedia Spontaneous generation, 170 + 600 = 770 Glass flask used by Marie Curie, late 19th-early 20th century. (9663810698).jpg| en.wikipedia Marie Curie, 4000 Glass prism, mounted at end of a brass tube, used by Sir William Herschel 10287820 H.jpg Henry Wood’s printing press, 1934. (9663805408).jpg Hughes printing telegraph, 1860. (9663805708).jpg| de.wikipedia Typendrucktelegraf, David Edward Hughes, uk.wikipedia Телеграф, Девід Едвард Х'юз , 3 + 8 + 20 + 5 = 36 Ionisation chamber made by Pierre Curie, c 1895-1900. (9660571297).jpg Iron artificial arm, 1560-1600. (9663806794).jpg| en.wikipedia Prosthesis, Götz von Berlichingen, 900 + 240 = 1140 Items belonging to Florence Nightingale, Nelson and Livingstone. (9663810240).jpg| en.wikipedia Florence Nightingale, 2200 J J Thomsons cathode ray tube with magnet coils, 1897. (9663807404).jpg James Lovelocks Electron capture detector for a gas chromatograph, 1960. (9660569973).jpg Laennecs stethoscope, c 1820. (9660576833).jpg| de.wikipedia Stethoskop, René Théophile Hyacinthe Laënnec, en.wikipedia René Laennec, 100 + 10 + 90 = 200 Medicine chest used by Captain Scott, 1910-1912. (9663809848).jpg Michael Faradays chemical chest, 19th century. (9660572319).jpg Molecular model of Penicillin by Dorothy Hodgkin (9663803982).jpg| sv.wikipedia Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin, uk.wikipedia Пеніцилін, Дороті Кроуфут Ходжкін , 5 + 15 + 10 = 30 Napoleon’s toothbrush, c 1795. (9660576547).jpg| de.wikipedia Zahnbürste, en.wikipedia Toothbrush, 100 + 520 = 620 Nobel prize medal awarded to Alexander Fleming, 1945. (9660573705).jpg| de.wikipedia Alexander Fleming, sv.wikipedia Alexander Fleming, uk.wikipedia Нобелівська премія, Александер Флемінг , 130 + 34 + 40 + 10 = 214 One sample of shape-memory polymer foam, as researched for use in shape-changing aeroplanes. (9672239254).jpg Original cavity magnetron, 1940 (9663811280).jpg| en.wikipedia Isidor Isaac Rabi, Mark Oliphant, 80 + 60 = 140 Prototype photon counting system, c 1980s. (9660571969).jpg Punch cards in tray for Pilot ACE computer built at the National Physical Laboratory c. 1950 (9672239226).jpg| en.wikipedia Automatic Computing Engine, 28 Quadrant electrometer built by Pierre Curie, 1880-1890. (9660571325).jpg| de.wikipedia Pierre Curie, Piezoelektrizität, 50 + 200 = 250 SABRE engine designed for Skylon spaceplane, 1990s. (9660572897).jpg Sample of Edward Jenners hair, 1823. (9660576351).jpg| en.wikipedia Edward Jenner, 30 Sample of penicillin mould presented by Alexander Fleming to Douglas Macleod, 1935 (9672239344).jpg| en.wikipedia Penicillin, sv.wikipedia Penicillin, uk.wikipedia Пеніцилін 3650 + 100 + 15 = 3765 Sample radio telescope receiver, 1986. (9660570119).jpg Scanning Tunnelling Microscope made by W.A. Technology of Cambridge in 1986 (9669013645).jpg Set of 16 prototype electrodes for applied potential tomography (APT), 1987. (9663810916).jpg| en.wikipedia Electrical impedance tomography, 40 Silica Space Shuttle thermal protection (TPS) tile, c 1980. (9663807484).jpg| de.wikipedia Hitzeschutzkachel, en.wikipedia Space Shuttle thermal protection system, 10 + 130 = 140 Sir Ernest Rutherfords laboratory, early 20th century. (9660575343).jpg| en.wikipedia James Chadwick, Mark Oliphant, uk.wikipedia Ернест Резерфорд. 950 + 80 + 12 = 1042 Skeletal arm showing diamond coated steel pins stabilising broken bones by connecting them to steel splints. (9672239256).jpg Smyths revised ozonometer, 1865. (9660571191).jpg Stainless steel and ultra high molecular weight polythene hip replacement (9672239334).jpg Telstar solar cells, c 1980s. (9660571563).jpg| de.wikipedia Telstar Template from Crick and Watson’s DNA molecular model, 1953. (9660573227).jpg| en.wikipedia Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid, 100 The physicists Paul Dirac, Wolfgang Pauli and Rudolf Peierls, c 1953. (9660575591).jpg| de.wikipedia Paul Dirac, 80 Thomsons mirror galvanometer, 1858. (9663806048).jpg| de.wikipedia William Thomson, 1. Baron Kelvin, sv.wikipedia William Thomson Kelvin, Vridspoleinstrument, 70 + 8 + 5 = 83 Trematode cyst-infected Pacific Treefrog (Hyla regilla) with supernumerary limbs, from La Pine, Deschutes County, Oregon (9672239342).jpg| en.wikipedia Decline in amphibian populations Two experimental models for Babbages Analytical Engine, c 1870. (9663806882).jpg| de.wikipedia Analytical Engine, 60 Wax anatomical model of female human head showing internal structure of skull (9660569601).jpg Williamson home constructed amplifier, c 1949. (9663806448).jpg| de.wikipedia 6SN7| en.wikipedia Wireless World, Williamson amplifier , 24 + 12 = 36 X-ray spectrometer, 1912. (9660569929).jpg| de.wikipedia William Lawrence Bragg, sv.wikipedia Lawrence Bragg, 20 + 5 = 25 </gallery 192 + 2575 + 1310 + 50 + 40 + 2370 + 1560 + 50 + 203 + 300 + 770 + 4000 + 36 + 1140 + 220 + 200 + 30 + 620 + 214 + 28 + 250 + 30 + 3765 + 140 + 1042 + 100 + 80 + 83 + 60 + 36 + 140 + 25 = 21659 views per day, 7905535 views per year