Review of «Black hole blues and other songs from outer space», by Janna Levin. The astrophysicist explains the story of the gravitational wave detection project LIGO.
Review of «Under a white sky», where Elizabeth Kolbert takes a look at global warming and climate change and discusses potential solutions.
Understanding the discourse of aging analyses different perspectives on ageing in the media and mass culture.
Review of the book The end of everything (astrophysically speaking), by the Australian astrophysicist Katie Mack, on the possible ends of the universe.
This book is both a biography and an inspiring reflection on the sexism of the scientific world in recent decades
Science disseminator Pere Estupinyà lists four possible roles for science communicators: none, a collaborative role, an involved one, or that of a professional.
What is intelligence? In «The Measure of All Minds», José Hernández-Orallo ponders upon how we should measure human, animal, and artificial intelligence. The book tries to create connections between the evaluation of artificial intelligence, very primary at the moment, and the extensive tradition of evaluation
Out of 1,600 craters in total, only 28 have a woman's name. The book calls attention to this and pays homage to these often forgotten historical figures.