Academic disciplines

Why More People Are Self-Educating Online

There has been a noticeable increase in the number of people self-educating themselves in the online domain over the past decade. From quick video tutorials on YouTube to the more comprehensive online learning programs, it's clear that there is a real demand for self-improvement online. But what's the cause of this trend and is self-education online as effective as learning in a classroom?

Webb telescope to look for first light of cosmic dawn

Peering into deep space and billions of years back in time, the James Webb telescope promises to offer the clearest glimpse yet of the Universe's cosmic dawn, when the earliest galaxies began to form.

The largest and most powerful telescope ever to be launched into space, which will take over from Hubble, will "directly observe a part of space and time never seen before," says NASA.

Katsarov: Politicians who are Loud Opponents of Vaccines are also Responsible for High Mortality

Omicron will not skip us, just as none of the other variants skipped us. So far no additional measures are needed, we have taken all the necessary ones. This was stated to bTV by the caretaker Minister of Health Stoycho Katsarov.

Ban on blood donation for homosexual men found discriminatory

Ljubljana – Equal Opportunities Ombudsman Miha Lobnik has noted that the permanent ban on blood donations for all homosexual men is discriminatory, as they are excluded from taking part in this important philanthropic activity despite the fact that the safety of blood donations is also ensured by additional testing for viruses.

‘CHP will vote against gov’t’s 2022 budget’

Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu on Dec. 6 said the government's 2022 budget submitted to the parliament vote is a "conspiracy budget" and his party will vote against it.

"We will say no to this budget," he said, addressing the parliament during the budget talks.