Science

The scientist who burned a diamond with the Sun

The scientist who burned a diamond with the Sun

Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier (1743-1794) was the creator of modern chemistry for his studies on the oxidation of bodies, the phenomenon of animal respiration, the analysis of air, the law of conservation of mass or Lomonosov-law. Lavoisier, the caloric theory, combustion, and his studies on photosynthesis.

The noisiest room in the world, what is it used for?

The noisiest room in the world, what is it used for?

The facility, completed in 2011, is part of NASA’s Glenn Research Center, located at Plum Brook Station, a 2,590-hectare campus near Sandusky, Ohio.

Green icebergs, is it possible?

Green icebergs, is it possible?

Since we were little we have always seen blocks of ice as white as snow in movies or cartoons. But this thought does not have to be the only one, here we tell you why.

Half of all scientific studies have been published in the last 12 years

Half of all scientific studies have been published in the last 12 years

Therefore, despite the fact that less is probably published, there are more scientists than ever, which translates into greater scientific production.