The platypus and header images

Our mascot is from the first live drawings of the platypus reported in the Journal of Zoology in 1835.

bennett-platypus

Images used in the header are shown below:

spindle pole

Artist's impression of the spindle pole of a cell; Drew Berry, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute [https://www.wehi.edu.au/wehi-tv/wehitv], used by permission.

Dynein and Kinesin

Drew Berry, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute [https://www.wehi.edu.au/wehi-tv/wehitv], used by permission.

DNA Replisome

Prepared for Björk by Drew Berry, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute [https://www.wehi.edu.au/wehi-tv/wehitv], used by permission.

Apoptosome

Drew Berry, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute [https://www.wehi.edu.au/wehi-tv/wehitv], used by permission.

Stills from Drew Berry's animation of apoptosis

Stills from Drew Berry's animation "Apoptosis: signal transduction through the Fas/FADD pathway". Cytochrome C release from mitochondria. Drew Berry, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute [https://www.wehi.edu.au/wehi-tv/wehitv], used by permission.

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nasa-parkes-moon-landing

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Csirac colour

antarctic

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