Science humor cartoons by Ferran Martín

The eyedropper discusses a recent study claiming that the Earth's nucleus has slowed down its rotation.

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The eyedropper talks about the Dunning-Kruger effect, a cognitive bias that causes people with little knowledge of a subject to overestimate their ability to discuss it.

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The Eyedropper plays with the idea of the Christmas star and the light that allows us to perceive actual stars.

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The canons of beauty have changed over time, as well as the way we capture beauty.

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Microorganism - Ferran Martí

This week the eyedropper is inspired by the article «Microplastics» by Ramon Folch.

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COP27 is this week. The Eyedropper makes us think about climate conferences and their goals

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A recent study points out that the happy living salary is around the 60,000€ per year.

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Global warming leads to changes resulting in a particularly warm autumn season.

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The Eyedropper is dedicated to Svante Päabo, the swedish biologist who has won this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine

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Utility

And what is this useful for? A new cartoon in Ferran Martín's The Eyedropper about the usefulness of science.

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inmortalidades

The jellyfish Turritopsis dohrnii is capable of rejuvenation. Ferran Martin reminds us that, unfortunately, it is not the only «immortal» thing we can find in the ocean.

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loads

The Eyedropper gives us a new «scientific» look at an old tale.

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climate change

The Eyedropper continues during the summer and reminds us of the climate chane emergency.

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temperature

Data show that, this summer, the temperature of the Mediterranean Sea is up to 5 ºC above normal values. This is the topic of the week in Ferran Martin's The Eyedropper

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Science never ceases to show us fresh glances at new universes (literal or figurative), and Ferran Martín's The eyedropper takes a look at them as well.

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dimensions

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Transhumanista

This week in «La Pipeta», Ferran Martín invites us to playfully reflect on transhumanism.
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World Ocean Day

This week was World Ocean Day and Ferran Martin reminds us of the need to look at marine ecosystems well beyond 8 June.
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We can find physic and ecological errors in many science-fiction films and series, such as Star Wars
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Ferran Martin's eyedropper talks about clinical sampling
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Ferran Martin's eyedropper talks about the problem with research contracts in science
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Ferran Martin's cartoon refers to the problem of desertification
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Ferran Martin's cartoon tallks about the sixth extinction
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