Younger Europeans are critical of both US and China, Pew study finds – BBC News 中文

Kelly Ng, Phelan Chatterjee BBC reporter from Singapore and London March 23, 2023 Young people in three European countries are sharply critical of the world’s two most powerful nations, a study has found. A survey by the US-based Pew Research Center (Pew Research Center) found that these young people are worried about the role of … Read more

Engineering in Milan, History in Rome: where to study in Italy according to the world ranking of the best universities

At the end of the course of higher education, many Italian students are faced with various unknowns: to stop or continue with university studies? And in this second case, how to orient oneself in choosing the most prestigious university in Italy to follow one’s vocation and one’s interests in a specific field of study? The … Read more

Study. What foods are associated with better brain health

Australian researchers have associated a high intake of magnesium with better brain health throughout life, informs Xinhua. According to a study published on Friday, a team from the Neuroimaging and Brain Lab at the Australian National University (ANU) found that a high consumption of magnesium-rich foods such as spinach and walnuts may reduce the risk … Read more

Beethoven’s DNA study reveals he didn’t die of poisoning. Here’s what killed him according to scientists

The research was conducted by the University of Cambridge, the Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies, the American Beethoven Society, KU Leuven, FamilyTreeDna, Bonn University Hospital and the University of Bonn, Beethoven -Haus in Bonn and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology It wasn’t lead poisoning that shut down the talent of Ludwig … Read more

3 Mysteries of Life on Earth That Are Hard to Explain in Science

Earth illustration. ©Pixabay/Joshart3d Reporter: Merdeka – Many mysteries of the universe are still unsolved by scientists, one of which is related to life in this vast galaxy. We believe that Earth is the only planet that has life, so how did life on Earth actually begin? What series of events led to the presence … Read more

Qs ranking by subjects 2023: Politecnico di Milano, London or Zurich? Where is it convenient to study Engineering?

Not just Mit If American universities, starting with the prestigious MIT in Boston and Stanford University, are at the top of the QS ranking by subjects in the field of Engineering, Europe occupies most of the positions among the top twenty best universities in the world, allowing the Asian “tigers” only a couple of raids, … Read more

Experts Call the Universe Shaped Like a Donut

Cosmic microwave background image taken by the Planck satellite. ©ESA/HFI/LFI Consortia Reporter: Merdeka – According to recent research, the universe may be shaped like a donut instead of flat like a pancake. This research stems from a strange pattern found in the echoes of the Big Bang. The new research also says astronomers haven’t … Read more

Study shows wiping nose with finger raises Alzheimer’s risk

Exploration of the nasal passages can lead the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae to the brain; men are more exposed to neurological disease Azerbaijan_stockers/FreepikWiping your nose with your finger is linked to the development of Alzheimer’s If picking snot out of your nose with your finger was already a disreputable and unhygienic habit, a study pointed out … Read more

Study reveals major shortcomings in the Armed Forces: Underfunded by at least NOK 30 billion

MAJOR SHORTCOMINGS: In a new analysis by the Norwegian Armed Forces’ research institute, it appears that the Norwegian Armed Forces lack sufficient capacity in several areas. Photo: Ole Berg-Rusten / NTB Until 2030, the Norwegian defense is underfunded by at least NOK 30 billion, according to an analysis presented on Tuesday. Published: Yesterday 09:02 Updated … Read more