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Scientists just broke the record for the coldest temperature ever recorded in a lab
The brain of Albert Einstein. It was removed within seven and a half hours of his death in 1955, by Pathologist Thomas Stoltz Harvey. Harvey removed and weighed the brain at 1230g. It was then taken to a lab at the University Of Pennsylvania, and dissected into several pieces for further research.
The most dangerous toy ever made — The Atomic Energy Lab. In addition to four small jars of actual uranium, it had beta-alpha, beta, and gamma radiation sources. It contained a cloud chamber, a spinthariscope, an electroscope, and a Geiger counter
In Tesla’s Lab. 1894. Mark Twain holds Tesla’s vacuum lamp, powered by a loop of wire that gets electromagnetic energy from a Tesla coil. Tesla’s face is in the background.