Ronza Hachem from UL, winner of the 5th local edition of “My Thesis in 180 Seconds”

Convinced that scientific research is the key to the future for all countries of the world and especially for Lebanon in the current situation, seven French-speaking PhD students selected from twenty candidates from different scientific and literary disciplines of the University (UL). , , Université Saint-Joseph (USJ) and Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik (USEK), were invited … Read more

Scientists are trying to unravel the sexes of dinosaurs and find similarities to humans

Freud once said: “What determines human life is pleasure”. Are we repeating the same behavior going back millions of years? After all, the researchers come to a pretty exciting conclusion: dinosaurs only managed to survive for many years through sex! And it was done in trees, under water, in the air, under hurricanes and in … Read more

twelve organic molecules that have been unequivocally identified thanks to the revised data

In 2014, the European space mission Rosetta placed its Philae lander on the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko to analyze the surface properties and chemical composition of the comet’s nucleus. The ambitious goal of this mission was to decipher the chemical origins of life (Life is the given name 🙂. Despite one landing (Landing means, in … Read more

Discovery of a primordial galaxy beginning its rotation

Researchers have just discovered that galaxy furthest rotation ever observed. It crossed 13.26 billion light-years before reaching us and is called MACS1149-JD1, shortened to JD1. But what makes it special is it rotation speed : JD1 rotates much more slowly than rotating galaxies from less ancient times. ” That rotation speed of JD1 is much … Read more

The Vial of Cerber by Francis Stevens

Bobby Drayton is a finished lawyer. Wanting to take down mafia bosses, he and his partner Simon found themselves bankrupt. After his pal died in prison of illness and grief at the death of his disgraced wife, Drayton became what he thought was too far away to comprehend: a real criminal. He wanders the streets … Read more

Unusual. After suffering a stroke, he became fascinated with diatoms and discovered nine new species of this microscopic alga

Daniel Milan is passionate about diatoms, those microscopic single-celled organisms, masters of photosynthesis that produce 25% of the oxygen on earth. He has just discovered nine new species in the wells of Lay-Saint-Christophe, a town in Meurthe-et-Moselle The story is unusual. By 2015, Daniel Milan was a retired musician, former director of the Conservatory in … Read more

Lose Weight: How To Really Keep The Line And Lose Weight This Summer, According To Science And Nutritionists!

Facebook Twitter delivery boy Whatsapp LinkedIn 1. Don’t skip breakfast Skipping breakfast will not help you lose weight. This might interest you: Do you want to lose pounds? Here’s the #1 eating habit for weight loss, according to the longest-lived people. You may be deficient in essential nutrients and eat more throughout the day because … Read more