by Sarah Nicholls, Physicists at NYC University have this month published the results of their experiment on the lifelike behaviours of a newly-synthesized chemical compound. The scientists’ aim was to investigate self-organizing collective behaviours such as those seen in flocks of birds and schools of fish. They stated that the goal of the work was “to study [...]
We present you a selection of archival photographs of one of the most closed countries in the world – the Korean People’s Democratic Republic. The photos were made in the period from 1979 to 1987, by Japanese photojournalist Hiroji Kubota, a member of the Magnum agency. He traveled all over the Asian region and tried to show it as it is. His work – very honest and interesting, do not chase after sensation. And despite the fact that many years have passed from the time these pictures were taken, look at them very curiously, they explain in detail the world that the author wanted to show us. Real, 100%, journalism.
Measuring what makes life worthwhile View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/chip-conley-measuring-what-makes-life-worthwhile
We may never have our flying cars, but the future is here. From creating fully functioning artificial leaves to hacking the human brain, science made a lot of breakthroughs this year.