At the end of the 19th century, Bram Stoker created what we now know as a ‘vampire’ – a blood-sucking charismatic pale man with an endless fashion sense. But are they really real? Continue reading Looking At The Science Of Halloween
Neutrinos are sneaky little fellows. Their name means “little neutral ones”, but the truth is: the Nobel committee isn’t neutral about them. Neutrinos already have 4 Nobel prizes in their name, so it’s needless to say they are quite interesting. Continue reading Explaining The 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics: Neutrinos
This year, the Nobel committee decided to award three scientists for their groundbreaking discoveries of anti-parasite drugs that helped salved millions of lives across the globe. Continue reading Explaining The 2015 Nobel Prize in Medicine: Parasites
You certainly heard someone somewhere saying their blood type is A or B or even AB, but did you ever thought for a second what that means? I surely did. Continue reading What Does It Mean To Have AB+ Blood Type?
It was thought that the lymphatic system was not present in the central nervous system, but we recently discovered there is a network of lymphatic vessels lining the brain. Continue reading Searching for lymphatic vessels in the brain
In 1968, on Christmas Eve, we saw our planet like never before thanks to the “Earthrise” photograph taken by astronaut William Anders. And half a year later, we went to the moon. What about after that? What did we do in the meanwhile? Continue reading We went to the Moon and we discovered Earth
LIYSF. To you, this probably sounds like a bunch of letters that were randomly put together, but the scenario is a little bit different to me. Continue reading Science – The Universal Endeavour