How Japanese people introduced culture and created national masterpieces

How Japanese people introduced culture and created national masterpieces

Japan learns and acquires the quintessence of other civilizations, developing them into a famous, intangible or intangible product. The quintessence absorption strategy of civilizations According to the book "12 Founders of Japan" by Taichi Sakaiya, in 600, Prince Shotoku sent a delegation to Sui, sent overseas students as well as recruited scholars from China and Korea to study. ask about religion and culture. Since the era of Binh An (Heian) in 794, Japan has entered the most flourishing period of literature, poetry and art. What has been learned from other civilizations has now become a national culture, starting the process of "developing oneself, finding its own path" in Japanese culture.

The story of penicillin (Events Science stories)

The story of penicillin (Events Science stories)

For centuries, people have known how to use mushrooms to treat inflammation. In England, in the middle of the seventeenth century, John Parkinson, a royal physician, knew how to treat wounds by applying moss to heal wounds quickly. By the end of the nineteenth century, in many parts of England, moldy bread pieces were used to treat wounds but these were just what happened before Dr. Alexander Flemming discovered penicillin.

Kurt Godel - great scientist on par with Albert Einstein

Kurt Godel - great scientist on par with Albert Einstein

Einstein once told everyone that he went to his office at Princeton University just to have the privilege of walking home with Kurt Godel. In 1933, Einstein came to the United States and spent the last 25 years of his life in Princeton, New Jersey. Working at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS), he walks daily from his house at 115 Mercer Street to the office. About a decade later, people around the region saw him often walking with a young colleague. They talk to each other in German. Einstein considered the boy on a par with him. It was Kurt Godel - the mathematician who discovered the Incompleteness Theorem when he was only 25 years old.

Fun fact: The brilliant ideas of genius physicist Albert Einstein appeared in his ... most spare time

Fun fact: The brilliant ideas of genius physicist Albert Einstein appeared in his ... most spare time

Few people know that the brilliant ideas that helped to change the world science of the genius physicist Albert Einstein reappeared while he was walking and resting at sea. Sometimes the best ideas don't come up while we think. Interestingly, they reappear when people are walking, looking at the sky or walking under the trees, etc. Albert Einstein And that is also the way the brain genius Albert Einstein has found theories that make man admired. Nobel Prize-winning physicist, Einstein famously published the collection "the most beautiful of theories" in the first half of the 20th century. It was a scientific masterpiece because the book significantly changed the understanding of personality. type of space, time, gravity or mechanism of operation of the universe.

The mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan, the man who knows to count endlessly

The mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan, the man who knows to count endlessly

Another evidence shows that "genius is destiny". But in the short life of 32 years, Ramanujan has left a huge mathematical legacy for humanity. If you don't really believe Srinivasa Ramanujan's genius math brain, scroll down to read two examples and two short stories to understand why he is the "endless count". In the movie Good Will Hunting, Will guy in the film has a definition of "genius" as follows: an outstanding individual can see things ordinary people can never imagine. Like genius composers, they look down at the piano keys, they will see every note and type according to their instincts. Like a great physicist, they look at the relationship between things and deduce the doctrine that mankind could prove hundreds of years later.

The only scientist to win the Nobel Prize for Physics twice

The only scientist to win the Nobel Prize for Physics twice

John Bardeen showed his talents from a young age and contributed to the revolution in electronic technology with excellent research. The Nobel Prize for Physics was born in 1901 and has been awarded 112 times to 210 scholars and research groups around the world, according to the Nobel Prize. In particular, the only person to receive the prestigious award twice was John Bardeen. Bardeen was born on May 23, 1908 into a family in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. His father was Dr. Charles R. Bardeen, dean of the University of Wisconsin medical department. Bardeen showed his intelligence early and was allowed by his parents to go from third grade to junior high school. He enrolled at the University of Wisconsin at the age of 15 and majored in engineering, then received a master's degree.

The 5th woman to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in history

The 5th woman to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in history

The 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry honored American female scientist Frances H. Arnold for the evolution and use of the principle of genetic modification and selection to develop proteins that help solve humanity's chemical problems. . Professor Frances H. Arnold (American) is the 5th woman in the history of winning the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. She is the first scientist to perform a directed evolution for enzymes and catalytic proteins for reactions. chemistry in 1993. Enzyme made through evolutionary orientation is used to produce everything from biofuels to pharmaceuticals.

Michael Faraday | From a bookbinding boy to a genius scientist of mankind

Michael Faraday | From a bookbinding boy to a genius scientist of mankind

Not only a genius scientist with great inventions, before he died, Michael Faraday also left the posterity, especially the young, valuable advice. Michael Faraday (1791-1867) was a British physicist and physicist. He has contributed greatly to humanity in the fields of electricity and chemistry. History books on Michael Faraday said: "As long as mankind still uses electricity, man must remember his merits". Overcoming difficulties of the family According to the book Story of Filial Study, Michael Faraday was born into a family with a father working as a blacksmith and a housewife. From a young age, Michael Faraday was only given a quick lecture at the church on Sundays. After that, he soon had to drop out of school because his family situation was so difficult, his father suffered from serious illnesses, constant illness.

Scientist found HIV virus denied a Nobel Prize

Scientist found HIV virus denied a Nobel Prize

Robert Gallo (USA) and two French colleagues declared finding HIV but due to misunderstanding, Gallo was not awarded the Nobel Prize. The history of finding HIV is extremely complex. In the early '80s, people knew almost nothing about the mysterious disease that weakened the immune system. One of the scientists who discovered HIV was Robert Gallo (USA). According to Very Well Health, Gallo was born in 1937. After completing his residency program at the University of Chicago, he moved to the National Cancer Institute of America and worked here continuously for 30 years. The main motivation for him to study cancer was his sister who had died of blood cancer. Most of Gallo's work at the Institute of Cancer focused on T cells, the key to the body's immune response. As a result, he and his colleagues successfully isolated many viruses that attack T cells, including the T lymphocyte virus, also known as HTLV.

"Divine medicine" Hoa Da - the first physician anesthetized surgery

"Divine medicine" Hoa Da - the first physician anesthetized surgery

Dubbed as one of the four great Chinese medicine, Hua Da is a famous "god of medicine" from the late Eastern Han Dynasty with great contributions to traditional medicine. In particular, he is also considered to be the first physician to perform anesthetic surgery. According to Xuehua, Hua Da came from a poor family in the Eastern Han dynasty. He was very interested in medicine and devoted his life to practicing medicine to help people. With advanced medical knowledge, Hoa Da has found valuable remedies and secrets for people such as Ngu Cam Hi and Ma Phi Can, drugs that help create anesthetic surgical methods.

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