Science & Technology
Everything science is and does from the laboratory to the real world
Science images provided by leading institutions, computer graphic artists and photographers with specialist equipment. These include engineering, biology and technology images.
From quantum entanglement, Schrodinger’s cat to the structure of matter and particle collisions, Harald Ritsch creates images to illustrate scientific articles which cannot otherwise be visualized by photography.
View our fascinating collection from Syred & Power. Using a scanning electron microscope Andrew Syred has a vast collection of images spanning over 20 years. Working with Cheryl Power, she brings the colours and light to the collection.
This collection shows flat pieces of steel-titanium being fabricated in a small-scale cabinet for making test pieces by wire + arc additive manufacturing (WAAM). This process deposits layers of metal from a wire in a technique derived from welding. The concept was first described in 1927 but developments in robotic control are creating interest in its possible use in the manufacture for aircraft parts.
Hugh Turvey, permanent Artist in Residence at the British Institute of Radiology, is an internationally recognised artist who specialises in producing stunning and unique imagery through the use of x-ray technologies. Hugh has been working with x-ray creatively for nearly 20 years producing imagery for the Science Photo Library, Commercial Clients and more recently his X-POSÉ - Materials and Surface collection.