Excelentes imagens históricas de laboratórios famosos

Imagino que você, assim como eu, deva nutrir uma curiosidade bastante peculiar sobre como eram os laboratórios de cientistas famosos, onde foram feitas descobertas que nos auxiliam no cotidiano. Procurando, encontrei diversas imagens históricas destes ambientes. Vamos conferir?

French scientist Jollivet Castelot in his laboratory, 1880

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The Alchemist by David Teniers The Younger, mid-1600s

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Edison’s Menlo Park Laboratory

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Louis Pasteur’s laboratory at the Ecole Normale, c. 1885

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The laboratory where Tesla and Westinghouse developed apparatus for AC systems

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Rogers Laboratory Of Physics

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Carlsberg Laboratory, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Female undergraduates at work in the laboratory at Girton College, Cambridge University, c. 1900

Girton LaboratoryThe college, founded in 1869, was the first for female undergraduates.

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Rutherford in his lab at McGill, c. 1905

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Mrs. M.M. Brooke, a chemist in her laboratory at the Corby Baking Company, c. 1922

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Marie Curie and Pierre Curie in their laboratory

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Dr. Hale Charch, a member of the team which invented moisture proof cellophane in his laboratory, c. 1927

CellophaneA large bag on his left held water for weeks whilst other control bags showed evaporation in a few days. The cellophane was invented in USA, but that was not waterproof.

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Thomas A. Edison Laboratories, Building No. 5., West Orange, New Jersey

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Edison Botanic Research Laboratory, Fort Myers, Florida

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Plasma from American blood donors is being used during operations at British hospitals in World War II

Plasma Donation

National Institute of Research in Hampstead, January 8 1941

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Unidentified student in a science laboratory, mid-1940s

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ENIAC, the first fully electronic digital computer, 1946

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