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John William Draper, Photomicrograph of Algae, 1856, Daguerreotype, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Behring Center, Division of Information Technology and Communications, Photographic History Collection, Image No. AFS 146, LL/36187
10.01   Introduction to scientific photography
10.02   Introduction to scientific laboratories
Science and photographic processes
10.03   Daguerreotypes: Scientific
10.04   Salt prints: Scientific
10.05   Albumen prints: Scientific
10.06   Stereoviews: Scientific
10.07   Gelatin silver prints: Science
10.08   Autochromes: Scientific
Contemporary examples
10.09   Contemporary scientific imagery
10.10   Anthropology
10.11   Nineteenth century botany
10.12   Wilhelm Konrad Röntgen: X-rays
10.13   Acoustics
10.14   Franz Max Osswald: Sound photographs in architectural models, from Franz Max Osswald's applied acoustics laboratory at ETH Zurich (1930-1933)
Worlds fairs and international exhibitions
10.15   The relationships between science and the World Fairs and International Exhibitions
Field books
10.16   Smithsonian Field Book Project
Photographs that include data
10.17   Photographs that include data
10.18   Berenice Abbott: Science
10.19   Introduction to photography in Wisconsin
10.20   Rose-Lynn Fisher: Bee
Science and religion
10.21   Evolution and the Biblical flood
Questioning science
10.22   Joan Fontcuberta: Fabricated sciences and alternative histories
10.23   Conclusions to scientific photography
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