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History of Science

Why did the Hippocratic doctors use a dangerous method of purification for centuries to cure diseases?
Researchers examined the Hebrew translations of the "Elements" by Euclid and traced their origins
Prof. Ohad Nachumi, Head of the Department of Humanistic Studies and Arts at the Technion, investigates the connection between the old and new world of thought in Leibniz's thought.
The book published by Magnes, describes the scientific revolution that led to the understanding that the dome of the sky is only an optical illusion
A new study examines the social role of diseases in the 17th century, through a discussion held before the head of the Jewish court in Egypt, dealing with the appeal of a Jewish gentleman suffering from life-threatening melancholia due to
A new study examines the changes a person has undergone in using the different fingers on the palm for writing and how this affects the content we write
If you have ever stood on the side of a highway, or an ambulance passed you by at high speed, you must have noticed the change in tone that occurs exactly when the vehicle or the siren passes you by: the noise "drops" sharply
The Italian physicist Evangelista Torricelli was born in Rome to a humble and poor family. Although luck was not in his favor, his hard work paid off. He managed to reach the top of the Italian Academy and worked with the great scientists
Laura Bassi continuously fought to achieve equal conditions for women who chose an intellectual and professional career in public teaching and research institutions at a time when the universities and the world of academia in Italy and throughout the world were exclusively male environments. With
Louis Pasteur claimed that accidental discoveries also require a prepared mind, is this always the case?
Galileo Galilei made many discoveries that changed the face of science as we know it today, but along the way he made several mistakes and drew wrong conclusions. Even the smartest scientists make mistakes! what can be learned
What kind of person was Galileo? How did his innovative world views develop? What was it like to live in Renaissance Florence and study at the University of Pisa?
Studies that started with a certain direction and ended up in completely different places
Three groups of storage and trading jars that were produced in different places in Israel in the 10th to 7th centuries BC were studied, and it was found that the only parameter common to all three is the diameter of the mouths of the jars, and its length is within the range of estimates
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