Scientists will seek out the ‘lost’ meteorites of the icy continent, which could provide clues to planetary creation.
Most sponge that we use today are synthetic, but in the old days sponge was collected from the sea bed. Some of the finest-quality sea sponge, a jelly-like marine creature with a body full of pores, can be found in the warm waters of southeastern Mediterranean. Continue reading
Commissioned for the London’s Festival of Love, ‘Ventricle’ is a vibrant two-part installation interpreting the mystical power of hanging gardens of Babylon and Eden.
Situated in Southbank Center, the installation catches the visitor’s eye immediately with its vibrant colors and shimmering material. Continue reading
“The important thing is neither your nationality nor the religion you professed, but how your faith translated itself in your life.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
Here are some of Eleanor Roosevelt’s most inspiring quotes compiled into 33 Life Lessons to Learn from Eleanor Roosevelt. Continue reading
For the past several summers, Enrique Martínez Celaya has been teaching a painting workshop at Anderson Ranch in Colorado. Many of his students are unusually moved by the experience. And that’s not surprising. Continue reading
Anyone with a child wishes for an educational institution that will not only provide knowledge, but will also prompt inspiration. Which is exactly what Sainte-Anne Academy the School of Tomorrow aims to instill. Continue reading
When you travel abroad you don’t usually go for the college libraries. But if you’re visiting Dublin you totally should.
There, in city’s Trinity College you can find the biggest library in the country. Built between 1712 and 1732 the main chamber is almost 65 meters (213ft) long and houses over 200,000 books. Continue reading