Monument to Science

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  1. . .SCIENCE PAVILION ARCHES. Seattle World's Fair 1963
    [​IMG]. . Seattle 1963 by Reinhold S., on Flickr. . Neg # FOMS 004. Mamiya RB67 camera, 90mm lans, PXP film
     
  2. Monument in Madrid to Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the man who drew the secrets of the brain. Nobel Prize 1906
    0176a MonumentoFuente Premio Nobel Cajal Medicina-LumixG45-200.jpg Panasonic Lumix G Vario 45-200 (45) on M 4/3 camera
     
  3. Memorial to Watson and Crick, co-discoverers of the structure of DNA along with Franklin and Wilkins. It is in Crick's birthplace Northampton.

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  4. Crick and Watson's Cavendish Lab DNA model in the Scxience Museum, London
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    the outer double helix can be seen along with the connecting base pairs
     
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  5. The Monument to the Great Fire of London. Not a monument to science itself but it was designed by Wren and Hooke with a hollow centre for scientific experiments - for which it proved unsuitable because of vibration from heavy traffic.
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  6. Air-&-Space-Udvar-Hazy-.jpg
    at Udvar-Hazy Center
     
  7. Dolly Edinborough museum.jpg Dolly, the first cloned sheep at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh
     
  8. HG65a.jpg

    Taken with a Mercury II
     
  9. Monument to either digital science or dominos ;)

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