Refik Anadol starts his artworks with a question. His main concern is what it means to be a human in the 21st century. His fascination begins with a question, as he thinks of what he can do with the current technological developments and the limitless power of artificial intelligence. But he is always after a certain feeling and creating poetic works.
Romanian students who participated in the International Chemistry Olympiad 2018 (IChO) won three silver and one bronze medals, informs the Ministry of National Education in a release on Wednesday sent to AGERPRES.
Romania has won five medals at the IPhO 2018 international physics Olympiad: a gold medal, two silver and two bronze medals.
This photo shows a sonar scan of Arctic explorer Sir John Franklin's lost ship, HMS Erebus, on the ocean floor.
Natalia Lyritsis, (l), 5, Alexandra Patrikiou, (2nd l), 39, Alice Lyritsis, (2nd r), 3, and Vassilis Lyritsis, (r), 46, pose for a portrait at their house in Athens. "We recycle plastic, paper, glass etc... and try to buy products made from recycled materials. We try to have as many plants as possible on our balcony," said Alexandra.
No, this not a phrase made up just for the sake of a catchy title! This must have been the perception of the plant Borago officinalis in 16th and 17th century England. In his colossal work Herball-Generall Historie of Plantes, first published in 1597, English botanist and herbalist John Gerard wrote: