SCIENCE IN A NUTSHELL

The first record of a recorded underwater vehicle dates back to 1578, at which time an Englishman named William Bourne wrote about a submarine in his book Inventions and devices, and although there is no evidence that he built one, it means that the idea of such a means of transport had already emerged.

Human beings coexist with billions of microorganisms. This coexistence has been achieved over thousands of years of co-evolution. These organisms live on us or inside us. They are symbiotic microbial cells that have developed such indispensable functions for us that we can consider ourselves not as an isolated species but as true "metaorganisms"....

One of the most important scientific discoveries throughout the history of mankind is the fact that ordinary matter is made up of atoms. This discovery was initially suggested about 2,400 years ago by the ancient Greeks, in particular by the philosopher Democritus, but its experimental confirmation, rigorous and adhering to the scientific method,...

The Mexican Nanosatellite "D2/AtlaCom-1" was successfully launched by Space X from NASA's facilities at Cape Canaveral, in an international satellite mission that will advance the training of Mexican students in the capture, analysis, and processing of satellite images.

On December 31, 1853, a dinner was held where various characters of the English elite, both scientific, intellectual, and social, met. The unusual thing about it, and why it has gone down in history, is that besides being held in the belly of a dinosaur, it also served to introduce paleontology to society and popularize its researchers and their...

LiDAR stands for Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging), which translates as "laser image detection and ranging". In practical terms, it is a surveying technique using laser scanning. This technology started in the 1960s when the laser beam was invented; but it became a reality 20 years later, when the use of the Global Positioning System, better...