To start off this 2020, I would like to use this post to present the scientific breakthrough of the past year according to Science. If 2018 was the year of Biology (thanks to revolution of single cells analysis, that allows scientists to study the genetic material of a single cell and the possibility of marking… Continue reading What are the scientific breakthroughs of 2019?
I am sure everybody already know about the topic of this new post, but today I would like to talk about the first picture of a black hole, the photo described as the picture of the century. But first things first: What exactly is a black hole? A black hole is a physical entity with… Continue reading How did we shoot the picture of a black hole?
After we talked about the universe and its wonders, we spent the second half of my last year in high school studying our own planet. Even though we all live here on the same carrousel that spins around its own rotation axe and revolves around the Sun along with the other planets of our solar… Continue reading Why is flying East faster than West?
Today I would like to drift a bit aside from Biology and move on to my last year of high school, when after two years of Chemistry and Biology we started studying Astronomy. We moved from studying atoms and molecules in the infinitely small to study atoms and molecules in the infinitely big and in… Continue reading Are we all made of stardust?