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I'll take this as well. :)

I'll take this as well. :)

Old glass bottle, old paper, and pocket watches in ghost town Silver City, Idaho

Old glass bottle, old paper, and pocket watches in ghost town Silver City, Idaho

"So, this is your formula." "Yes." "And you created it." "Yes." "How did you knew it was going to work?" "I didn't."

"So, this is your formula." "Yes." "And you created it." "Yes." "How did you knew it was going to work?" "I didn't."

Robert Koch and Richard Pfeiffer in a laboratory, investigating the plague in Bombay, 1897. The German doctor Robert Koch is considered the founder of modern bacteriology. His discoveries made a significant contribution to the development of the first ‘magic bullets’ - chemicals developed to attack specific bacteria - and Koch was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1905.

Robert Koch and Richard Pfeiffer in a laboratory, investigating the plague in Bombay, 1897. The German doctor Robert Koch is considered the founder of modern bacteriology. His discoveries made a significant contribution to the development of the first ‘magic bullets’ - chemicals developed to attack specific bacteria - and Koch was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1905.

I had a hard time choosing this photo. Mental Floss article today on Dr's. This Dr. was photographed in the 1940's with his collection of ticks, collected to stop the spread of Typhus.

I had a hard time choosing this photo. Mental Floss article today on Dr's. This Dr. was photographed in the 1940's with his collection of ticks, collected to stop the spread of Typhus.

http://moonlightrainbow.tumblr.com/post/21486078658/rusticmeetsvintage-dtzhsdshw-via

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Love this scientific look

Love this scientific look

Arthur Allen details the three-way bargain struck between independent researchers interested in the story of Dr. Weigl's WWII laboratory.

Arthur Allen details the three-way bargain struck between independent researchers interested in the story of Dr. Weigl's WWII laboratory.