Speaking a foreign language is a very challenging skill, due to national cultural diversity and the number of companies doing business abroad. The ability to speak foreign languages can help get a job, improving your requirements. It does not even matter if you are a social worker, work in medicine, in international affairs, to learn […]Read More JAPANESE TRANSLATOR AND INTERPRETER (MUAMA ENENCE)
The collapse of a star is not the only mechanism that leads to the formation of a black hole, especially if it is as old as the Universe itself. Black holes are dating back to only 690 million years after the observation of Big Bang. During this time, the stars present than did not have […]Read More Black Holes
The Davis United World College Scholars Program awards need-based scholarship funding, aka the Shelby Davis Scholarship, to graduates of schools and colleges in the United World Colleges (UWC) movement to study at 94 select partner universities in the United States. The Program is the largest international scholarship program for undergraduates in the world, and the Davis family’s contributions to the United […]Read More THE SHELBY DAVIS UNITED WORLD PROGRAM.(UWC IMPACT CHALLENGE AND DARE TO DREAM PROGRAM)
(Intervista simulata) Sono passati due mesi esatti da quello storico giorno quando Yuri Gagarin, a bordo della navicella Vostok 1, ha compiuto un’intera orbita ellittica attorno alla terra in 108 minuti, diventando il primo uomo a volare nello spazio. Per conoscere meglio la sua storia lo abbiamo sentito. Buongiorno signor Gagarin, mi chiamo Celine […]Read More Intervista a Yuri Gagarin
JD.com, Chinese e-commerce giant, is about to take off a fleet of giant drones that can carry loads of a ton for hundreds of miles. In China JD.com, one of the largest e-commerce sites in the country, with Alibaba, recently started designing the largest delivery drone in the world. It is an unmanned 3-rotor aircraft […]Read More JD drones
(Intervista simulata) Oggi sabato 16 giugno si celebra il 54esimo anniversario della prima missione spaziale in rosa compiuta dall’ex cosmonauta russa Valentina Tereshkova. Per l’occasione abbiamo avuto la possibilità di intervistarla, per sapere maggiori dettagli sulla sua vita e curiosità riguardo alla missione Vostok 6. Buongiorno Sig.ra Tereshkova, mi presento, mi chiamo Celine e oggi […]Read More Intervista: Valentina Tereshkova
Elon Musk, founder and CEO of Tesla, tweeted that very soon an Hyperloop capsule will be tested: it can reach half the speed of the sound, 616 km/h, and break in 1200 m. This new capsule will be financed by Musk and it will perform Tesla and SpaceX’s signs. In this project there […]Read More Elon Musk: Hyperloop
A hypersonic aircraftRead More I-Plane
Quali possono essere le passioni di una ragazzina di 15 anni? Come tutti i ragazzi della sua età, Celine adora le cose semplici della vita, ma anche quelle più essenziali, come la famiglia, elemento fondamentale per l’esistenza e la formazione della personalità di ogni individuo; praticare attività fisica, beneficio per il corpo e la mente; […]Read More La mia passione, il mio sogno
Read the biography of the real-life Iron ManRead More Elon Musk: the real-life Iron Man
Curiosity is one of NASA’s rover which is exploring Mars: it’s one of the biggest technological successes of the space agency but it has problems with rough surfaces. The rocky and rough surface of the planet tested really hard the special rover’s tires which are visibly consumed and damaged in certain point.Read More Indestructible tires by NASA?!
BEAM by Bigelow Aerospace…What is it? How is it? What is its function?Read More BEAM!
A person become an astronaut once he/she passed the Kármán line: so technically Christa isn’t an “astronaut”. But Why?Read More The teacher of the Challenger Shuttle
60 years ago, on the 31st of January 1958, the US launched its first satellite called Explorer 1: it launched the longest-running space exploration program in history.Read More From Kaputnik to Successnik
Primo articolo in italiano🇮🇹 First article in Italian🇮🇹Read More Un’auto rossa per il pianeta rosso?! Veramente?
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Introduction Dmitri Mendeleev was born in Tobolsk (Russia) on the 8th of February 1834. After he received a scientific education in Russia and Germany, he became professor and he made scientific research in the chemistry field. He is known for the discovery of the periodic law (which was introduced in 1869) and also for the […]Read More Thanks Dmitri Mendeleev, father of chemistry!
Yesterday, the space program Voyager celebrates its 40th year of mission. On the 20th of August 1977, NASA launched the first of the two probes for the exploration of the external environment of the solar system. Voyager 2 was launched first because they thought that it would reach Jupiter and Saturn after the Voyager 1 […]Read More Voyager: Happy Birthday!
Have you ever heard about Alyssa Carson? Yes…No…Maybe? Well, whatever was your answers in this article I’m going to tell you her fantastic story. Alyssa is a normal 16 years old girl living in Louisiana who hangs out with her friends, goes to the movies, plays soccer, does ballet and Girl Scout. As her […]Read More Will Blueberry be the first human on Mars?
Spaceships (also called spacecrafts) are vehicles designed to fly outer space. They are used for a variety of purposes like communications, earth observations, meteorology, navigation, planetary explorations, space colonization and transportation of humans and cargo. There are five principles steps to follow in order to obtain a spacecraft. The first step is to determine the […]Read More Spacecrafts
First of all, what is Ozone layer? Ozone layer is a natural sunscreen that protects us from the sun’s damaging ultraviolet radiation. This sunscreen contains three oxygen atoms. It is constantly being formed and broken down in the stratosphere (that is the atmosphere layer above the troposphere). The destruction of ozone layer is caused […]Read More Ozone Layer Deplation
10 Billion contract Awards from Pentagon to Microsoft.Read More The Pentagon and Microsoft?
How NASA was able to bring extraordinary shootings, and films from the first man-walk on the moon through live broadcast worldwideRead More NASA : How TV Was Brought to the Moon
Correct and balanced use of salt is of extreme importance: if, on the one hand, it is fundamental for the body, on the other, its excess is one of the most common causes of cardiovascular disease. The reason why the health recommendations on salt are few and simple. It does not matter if the grains […]Read More Different Type Of Salt
The presentation of the Minerv bio-recovery took place on the occasion of World Environment Day, Minerv bio-recovery is a biodegradable solution based on micro-powders able to multiply the “plastic-eating” bacteria to the point that they can also attack the crude oils on seas. A new technology, based on the revolutionary 100% biodegradable bioplastic, able to […]Read More A New Technology to Clean Up Polluted Seas in Three Weeks
In the 1960s, the Apollo program allowed the United States to bring the first man to the moon and thus beat the Soviet Union in the space race. The Apollo program was born in 1961 when the then-new president John F. Kennedy promised, during a speech to the Chambers, by the end of the decade […]Read More The Moon Race Missions
The first all-female spacewalk ended with a success, with American astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir. Leaving the Space Station to replace the element of a damaged battery, the pink walk took place 35 years later than that of the Soviet Svetlana Savitskaya, on 25 July 1984. The two astronauts were praised live by the […]Read More First All Women Spacewalk
Without a shadow of a doubt, among the absolute most discussed foods from a health point of view are eggs: some consider them the most nutritious food in the world; others fear them for their high cholesterol content. What is the truth? Eggs are a precious food, a concentrate of nutrients that can sustain and […]Read More Eggs Or Not?
Student Scholarship Programs for Refugees Higher education is particularly important for refugees. It is a tool of empowerment that enables displaced people to pursue productive and meaningful lives, while providing a safe, stable environment during study and into the future. It also serves as a strong incentive for refugee students to continue and complete secondary […]Read More STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS