Un arbre généalogique de nos comportements et des structures cérébrales associées (suite et fin) Le cerveau à tous les niveaux lun 17/05/2021 - 12:07 Blogue Biologie Le cerveau à tous les niveaux
On 3 February 2021, Arushi and Artash, members of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada gave a presentation on the research they had been carrying out on Asteroid Apophis at the online meeting of the Recreational Astronomy Night. The closure of doors to physical schools due to COVID-19 lockdowns meant more time trapped at home. But it opened up windows to observe the night skies and carry out observations. While observing the night skies from…
Avec l'arrivée de la Chine sur Mars, intensification de la course spatiale d'ici 2040 Raymond Fournier dim 16/05/2021 - 20:51 Blogue Astronomie/espace
The best part is that the papers that really help me understand aren’t often the cited ones. Oh, who am I kidding? It’s usually the Physics or Quantum Computing StackExchange which give me the answers I need.
A few weeks ago during dinner there was a sudden burst of sunlight in the midst of a rain shower. Knowing that these were ideal rainbow-making conditions, we jumped up from the table and ran out to investigate. Sacrificing our meal was entirely worth it: this photo was taken just a few hundred metres down the road from our house. Once again, I am blown away by the beauty of physics in the world around…
Of course, the worst researcher’s code I’ve seen is often my own.
The best feeling is when you discover there’s actually a flight of stairs on the other side.
Un arbre généalogique de nos comportements et des structures cérébrales associées Le cerveau à tous les niveaux lun 10/05/2021 - 12:57 Blogue Biologie
Happy belated Mother’s Day all you mothers, and may more of our acknowledgements sections include all of the important supporting players in our lives!
Inspired by the book Chaos, by James Gleick. I’d highly recommend it!