I found this picture on the Medical Research Council website (http://www.insight.mrc.ac.uk/2013/01/10/behind-the-picture-the-humble-beginnings-of-mri/) which features various information about medical research and highlights different timelines of research and products. This photo is from 1980 according to the website when this group of men, including Sir Peter Mansfield and his colleagues using the first full body MRI. We can understand that this is an important moment because before researchers were only able to get MRIs of certain body parts done, but never at a full scale. It shows the importance of continuing to develop, learn, and build new machinery and tools to help further the knowledge of learning about the body and how to go about finding the exact location of an injury/problem. We can understand that through their smiling faces that this was a huge advancement in the world of MRIs and gave way to learning more about treatment. For the most part they are dressed fairly nice as well which leads the viewer to understand again that this was an important day and moment in scientific history. As of today the MRI machines are much bigger and found in just about every hospital and even some doctors offices and are a huge aspect of detecting problems in the body. This photo goes to show where it all came from and from the faces of the men, we can understand that this was a step in the right direction and other technologies such as FMRI, CT, PET were next, showing how important the development of the full body MRI was at motivating and continuing scientific research.