The conversation reflects the emotions, outstanding intelligence and conversational skills of the original Marie Skłodowska-Curie and is really worth trying it.
A new National Geographic documentary called “Extraordinary Animals in the Womb” was released in August. The development from conception to birth of four animal were followed under the direction of David Chin.
Physics teacher and film-maker Alom Shaha sets out to uncover a genuinely satisfying answer to his students’ most common question: why is science important?
Wellcome Images is a wonderful source of images of medicine and its history, from ancient civilisations and social history to contemporary healthcare, biomedical science and clinical medicine.
ΤED recently uploaded a talk by William Noël, who is curator of manuscripts and rare books at the Baltimore Walters Museum. Along with a large group of specialists he managed to decipher the Archimedes Palimpsest. If you haven’t read his book or get to know more about the exhibition that took place at the Baltimore Walters Art Museum last October, don’t miss the opportunity to listen to this talk and learn the details of this great achievement.
We tend to think of plastic as a cheap, inferior and ugly material used to make children’s toys, garden furniture and throwaway bottles. But as an experiment, imagine for a moment a world in which plastic was extremely rare, like gold or platinum, and plastic objects were devastatingly expensive to produce.