Theories of Everything
Remembering the achievements of a famous scientist
Recalling the achievements of an outstanding scientist
Kittinger’s 31 km jump was recognized as the longest free fall in history
Erwin Schrödinger, Austrian theoretical physicist, one of the founders of quantum mechanics, Nobel laureate, was born on August 12, 1887.
On that day in 1914, the first electric traffic lightdesigned by James Hoge was put into place on the corner of Euclid Avenue and East 105th Street in Cleveland.
А1 — B7 – B12 -К2 – and it's not a Battleship, but something more useful and indispensable to our health, although we need it in relatively small quantities. Get ready, today we are going to talk about vitamins
How our forefathers tried to create what we now find indispensable for survival in hot weather
What does life in a paradise lead to? Ethologist John Calhoun tried to answer this question in 1968.
We commemorate the achievements of a great scientist
The United Nations proclaimed 2021–2030 as Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
Platonov was one of the founders of aviation psychology who also successfully worked in social psychology and labor psychology
Aleksandr Lyapunov was a prominent Russian scientist, the founder of the theory of stability of an equilibrium and movement of mechanical systems with finite number of parameters
Initiated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, World Milk Day was first celebrated in 2001
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