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International Day of Light

16th May sees the fourth annual International Day of Light, a worldwide event organised by the United Nations to celebrate the importance of light in science, technology and art. The idea stemmed from the Year of Light held in 2015, which saw over 13,000 events held in 147 countries across the world. The Day of Light […]

By 3B Scientific | Physics . Science

Testing the Boundaries of Science and Religion

In terms of significant dates in the history of science, 8 January definitely deserves a mention. On that day in 1642, the mould-breaking astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei died in Arcetri, near Florence in Italy. Exactly 300 years after Galileo’s death, another brilliant physicist was born in a different centre of learning – Oxford England. […]

By Joanna | Education . Physics . Science