Roc Jiménez de Cisneros | Serafín Álvarez
A conversation between two artists to explore the limits of language and the taxonomies of life.
César Reyes Nájera | Ethel Baraona Pohl
Most of everything that makes up the universe is unknown to us. Can we speculate about what human perception of dark matter would be like?
Jose Valenzuela Ruiz
How can we understand the idea of intelligence in a plant or an octopus by means of our human consciousness?
Big History is an attempt to explain, in a unified way, the history of the cosmos, the Earth, life and humanity based on science and the scientific method.
Enric Pérez Canals
About when Erwin Schrödinger published an article and taught two lectures in Spain and about the meaning of the question and the metaphor in popular science.
Arnau Riera | Miquel Taverna | María Medem | Odil Bright | Martí Sales
We propose a game in which several authors take a creative approach to this discipline.
Science and art may find common ground in the drive to conduct serious scientific research through shared experiences.
What does it mean to intersect our everyday world with the seemingly counter-intuitive field of quantum science? And how have these entanglements been interrogated through art?
We approach quantum physics from its dilemmas and paradoxes, those that have led us to question the foundations of our knowledge.
A conversation with mathematician Marcus du Sautoy about the Universe, the difference between Mathematics and Physics, AI and the relationship between science and literature.
Quantum physics questions several of the intuitive conceptions that we construct following daily interaction with the physical world to make sense of it. One of the most profound is causality, because quantum physics shows that an event can exist without any cause.