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Jun 21, 2024

Visual Arts and Society: A Humanities Perspective

Introduction The visual arts have perpetually been a pivotal component in the evolution of human societies. From primordial cave paintings to avant-garde digital art, visual arts mirror cultural mores, societal frameworks, and historical epochs. This article elucidates the profound interplay between visual arts and society from a humanities viewpoint, exploring how art shapes

Jun 20, 2024

Zimbabwe’s new dinosaur discovery: inside the find

Paul Barrett, Natural History Museum; Jonah Choiniere, University of the Witwatersrand; Kimberley E.J. Chapelle, University of the Witwatersrand; Lara Sciscio, Jurassica Museum, and Michel Zondo, University of the Witwatersrand Visitors to Lake Kariba – the world’s largest man-made lake, along the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe – come to enjoy the abundant wildlife,

Jun 19, 2024

Eco-Tourism in Asia: Discovering Sustainable Wanderlust

Asia, an expanse of immense cultural and natural heterogeneity, emerges as an eminent haven for eco-tourism aficionados. The ethos of sustainable travel is burgeoning swiftly, with a growing multitude of travellers striving to diminish their ecological footprint whilst unearthing the continent’s marvels. This treatise delves into the exemplary paradigms of eco-tourism within Asia,

Jun 19, 2024

Le nuove generazioni e il mondo del lavoro: un approccio rivoluzionario tra sfide e opportunità

Le nuove generazioni, spesso identificate come Millennials, Generazione Z e la più recente Generazione Alpha, stanno rivoluzionando il mondo del lavoro con il loro approccio unico e innovativo. Questi giovani professionisti portano con sé valori, aspettative e competenze diverse rispetto alle generazioni precedenti, ma incontrano anche sfide significative nell’adattarsi alle regole aziendali tradizionali

Jun 19, 2024

I surveyed 17 million insects flying through a Pyrenean mountain pass – here’s what I learned about these ‘remarkable migrants’

Will Hawkes, CC BY-ND Will Hawkes, University of Exeter In 1950, ornithologists Elizabeth and David Lack were watching birds migrate through a Pyrenean mountain pass on the border between France and Spain when they stumbled across something extraordinary – uncountable numbers of migrating insects. The Lacks were the first people to record fly

Jun 18, 2024

Economic Trends: Forecasting the World’s Financial Health

The global economy is a vast and intricate system, influenced by countless variables that interact in complex and often unpredictable ways. Understanding the current trends and forecasting future developments requires not only a grasp of economic theory but also an ability to interpret a multitude of data points from around the world. As

Jun 18, 2024

Preserving Forests And Managing Carbon With Satellites

Vegetation is a source of cleaning the atmosphere from harmful gasses. As a result of photosynthesis, oxygen is released, enriching the air, and carbon dioxide is absorbed. From an ecological point of view, the forest is an essential element of the biological processes taking place in nature. Forests are home to millions of

Jun 17, 2024

Electronics made of wood and paper

To develop eco-friendly electronics such as sensors and circuit boards, Dr Valerio Beni is following the paper trail – literally. An expert in green chemistry at Swedish research institute RISE, Beni has switched his focus to wood from pulp in a bid to make consumer electronic devices that have no carbon footprint and

Jun 17, 2024

Supreme Court unanimously concludes that anti-abortion groups have no standing to challenge access to mifepristone – but the drug likely faces more court challenges

ph. Activists on both sides of the abortion battle are gearing up for it to be a major issue in the 2024 election. Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images Naomi Cahn, University of Virginia and Sonia Suter, George Washington University On June 13, 2024, the Supreme Court of the United States unanimously decided to