In a series of four articles, millennial scientist Jesse Zondervan delves into the future of geoscience applications in relation to the rise of globalisation. In this first article, he shares his views on the shift in the global knowledge economy

 Fabian Oefner, an internationally well-known artist, uses photography to capture beauty in science.  His projects, like psychedelic images or kinetic installations that translate sound waves into motion, represent science in incredibly unique and poetic ways, encouraging us to appreciate the beauty

Humans are naturally curious. Throughout time, we have wanted to understand the world we live in and have used various methods to do so. Science has proven to be the best way. Through scientific approaches and critical thinking, humans have

The manufacturing of autonomous vehicles is starting to gain serious momentum, but recent events, including one fatal crash, make us wonder, will self-driving cars, in fact, make the roads safer by reducing the rates of accidents? Thirty years ago, cars that drove

Traditionally, when one thinks of making art two categories immediately come to mind - the drawing, painting, illustrating category and the sculpting category. Before now, the act of drawing has been limited to the surface one is drawing on, but

Martina Bisaz is professional scientific illustrator and photographer. Trained in zoology, archaeology and botany she now works as a scientific illustrator for the Archaeology Department of Zurich as well as freelance photographer. Her pictures are captivating images of journeys and transport,

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