A New Astronomical Chapter in Bacău

November 30, 1976, is a remarkable date for the city of Bacovia. The old house of Criste Cristoveanu has become over the years one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city of Bacău. The string of years has continued to surprise through considerable achievements, such as the one in 1978, when the operating space that had facilitated the construction of a unique tower in Moldova was obtained. One year later, the observatory was hosted in “The water tower” located on Trotuş Street, number 10. Then, in 1980, the activity of the observatory was encouraged through the purchasing of a planetarium and of two telescopes of 63/80 mm, from Germany.

The old “Victor Anestin” Astronomical Observatory on Bacău. Source: www.bacauinfo.ro

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Neuroscience – A Challenging Branch

Neuroscience / See the source image here!

Neuroscience is the exploratory investigation of the nervous system. Traditionally, neuroscience has been seen as a branch of biology.

Nonetheless, it is as of now an interdisciplinary science that works together with different fields, for example, chemistry, cognitive science, computer science, engineering, linguistics, mathematics, medicine (including neurology), genetics, and associated disciplines including philosophy, physics, and psychology.

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Romanian Culture

Generalities of the Romanian culture

Romanian culture has its own ethos, generated within its geographical and historical evolution. Trends belonging to distinct areas and cultural traditions were simultaneously and successively combined in this context. The only Orthodox Christians among the Latin peoples and the only Latin people in the Eastern Orthodox space, the Romanians tenaciously kept their Roman roots, and they tried hard to harmonize them with the Orthodoxy in order to transform the ethnic “insularity” into a fruitful dialogue with other cultures.

The Palace of Culture in Iasi
The Palace of Culture in Iasi

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Women and Girls in STEM

STEM education has become more and more important, and it is required for an interconnected global economy. The acronym refers to a range of academic disciplines, such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, meant to bring a significant and beneficial contribution to the training offered by the education system in these fields. They provide workforce development, shaping the students’ vision according to the market requirements. We should mention the STEM initiative proposed by Georgette Yakman, the one who has introduced art among these disciplines, believing that there is a connexion between them, complying with the global socio-economic system.


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