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DARE TO ASK World GO Day Does September 20th ring a bell with you? It is World GO(Gynecologic Oncology) Day. It is a day to raise awareness on Gynecologic(Cervical, Ovarian, Uterine…) Cancers. Experts, patients, people from all around the world, GO for awareness and GO for action. They dance, do sports, wear purple lipstick and

MOVIE / BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

This month on our movie/book recommendation section we wanted to recommend something different. Elon Musk is about the life of Elon Musk and his hard work throughout his career for his own future plans and dreams of course.  Here’s a great review of Musk by the book critic Jeremy Williams: “There’s no question in my

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Flamingo Deaths In Lake Tuz There have been many flamingo deaths in the second biggest lake in Turkey, Lake Tuz, also known as “Flamingo Heaven”. Many flamingos incubate in Lake Tuz and it is on their migration path. It is predicted that around 5 thousand baby flamingos have died this year in Lake Tuz. According

WHAT IS HAPPENNING IN THE WORLD OF SCIENCE

Smallest Quantum Computer Developed A group of researchers working at various institutes in Austria, Switzerland and Germany have announced that they have produced the smallest quantum computer ever developed. For a long time, research has been conducted on quantum computers, the principle of which is explained by quantum mechanics, which can perform certain tasks much

BIOGRAPHY

Canan Dağdeviren is a physics engineer known to have become the first Turkish to be elected as a Junior Fellow of Harvard University’s Junior Academy member. Canan Dağdeviren was born in Istanbul on May 4, 1985. She became interested in science, especially physics, thanks to a book about Marie Curie, which her father gave her

WHAT IS HAPPENNING IN THE WORLD OF SCIENCE?

According to laboratory experiments, the hydrogen and helium that make up the majority of the gas giant’s atmosphere do not mix at the pressures and temperatures found within it. This suggests that hydrogen and helium separate deep within Jupiter’s atmosphere, with the helium forming denser droplets than the hydrogen and causing them to rain down.

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Once upon a time in history, there were times when women did not get a chance to go to school or get educated, learn in a class environment with male students. Then time has evolved and schools for females have opened. Schools where they were taught how to behave, cook and sew. Those were the

BIOGRAPHY

Barbara McClintock was an American botanist who was born on June 16, 1902. McClintock’s father was also a physician and she, as a child, has witnessed her father’s independence of mind and became a scientist herself. After graduating from highschool, she enrolled as a biology major at Cornell University in 1919. She received a master’s

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