Marie Curie, the only person to win the Nobel Prize in two different sciences, is probably the most famous woman in the history of science.
Darwin's legendary voyage aboard HMS Beagle played a crucial role in the development of the Theory of Evolution.
Electric motors are present in many areas of our everyday lives. Let's learn about the different types.
Machines converting the energy of wind into useful forms of power were already in use in the Middle Ages.
The train operates between Paris and southern Germany, its cruise speed is 320 km/h.
Before the emergence of motorised vehicles, letters and parcels were delivered by horse-drawn mail coaches.
The magnificent bath complex of the Roman Emperor was built in the 3rd century AD.
This animation introduces body parts on a male anatomical model.
Bats use ultrasound to navigate and hunt for prey.
Amino acids are the monomers of proteins.
Plants are capable of converting inorganic substances (carbon dioxide and water) into organic sugar.
The layers of different types of forests may vary.
The 900 years old Benedictine abbey is situated in Melk, on the right bank of the Danube.
This creative animation contains several 3D objects for colouring.
Chameleons are reptiles with an ability to change their colours.
This animation introduces the studies of astronomers and physicists whose works fundamentally changed our view of the universe.
These Palaeolithic statuettes probably symbolise fertility and prosperity.
Energy released during nuclear fission can be used for civilian or military purposes.
This animation demonstrates how a turbojet engine works.
Rivers play an important role in shaping the Earth's surface: they cause erosion as well as carrying and depositing sediment.