POLARIMETRIC AND HELIOSISMIC IMAGER FOR SOLAR OBITER

During the seven-year mission, the in situ instruments will measure the solar wind plasma, fields, waves, and energetic particles close enough to the Sun where they are still relatively pristine and have not had their properties modified[…]

A BIOPSIA ÓPTICA: UNHA NOVA FERRAMENTA DE DIAGNOSE

The optical biopsy allows “in situ” diagnosis of pathologies by means of light that stimulates the tissues and provides information about their characteristics: healthy tissue, dysplasias or cancer.   Research is what everyone has seen[…]

DÍA METEOROLÓXICO MUNDIAL

As nubes foron observadas, descritas e estudadas dende a antiguidade, pasando por crer que se trataba de fenómenos divinos aos estudos máis concienzudos dos tempos modernos. As nubes son a sinatura do ciclo hidrolóxico no[…]

DÍA DA MULLER TRABALLADORA

No día da Muller Traballadora fixemos algúns números para resaltar, que ademais de festexar cómpre seguir traballando na fenda de xénero. Na distribución por colectivos no Departamento de Física Aplicada, vemos que a participación das[…]

OUTLIERS EN GAIA

  Gaia (**initially for Global Astrometric Interferometer for Astrophysics)  a mission of the European Space Agency (2013-2018) that will get the positions, distances, speeds and physical properties of one billion stars, approximately 1% of the[…]

O GATO DE SCHRÖDINGER ESTÁ VIVO

  Within the globalized world, it is important to promote valuable European achievements as a science of excellence, higher quality education, or respect for human rights. Organizations such as the European Optical Society project a[…]

THANK GOD FOR HEDY LAMARR

  Hedy Lamarr has not only been a famous film actress in the 1940s, but also an outstanding engineer and inventor: she was the first person to conceive of the widened spectrum version that would[…]