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» RIMAC 0-100 KM/H IN 1.9 SEC CONFIRMED!!!
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko ®ubrinić | Published 03/11/2019 | Science , People , Jobs , Education , Companies , Business | Unrated
The Rimac C_Two is the world'€™s most powerful electric hypercar, demonstrating the company'€™s expertise in high-performance vehicle systems. Powered by a four-motor powertrain system with 1.914 hopsepower and instantly available 2300 Nm of torque, the C_Two accelerates 0-60 mph in 1.85 seconds, and reaches 300 kph in 11.8 seconds. The 120 kWh battery capacity enables 550 km of range in WLTP cycle (650 km NEDC). ). These figures have
» Damir Martin Croatian rower exhibits outstanding strength and endurance
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko ®ubrinić | Published 01/27/2019 | Sports , Science , Education | Unrated
Damir Martin, Croatian rower and two-time Olympic Silver medallist (2016), exhibits outstanding strength and endurance; but how does that compare to athletes from other sports? In a sports science lab, the physiques and unique body characteristics of Olympic athletes are analyzed to reveal what makes them so special. We provide an analysis by Professor Greg Whyte, former Olympian (Modern Pentathlon, GB) and a leading sports scie
» Boyan Slat founder and CEO of the Ocean Cleanup project
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko ®ubrinić | Published 12/20/2018 | Science , People , Environment , Education , Community | Unrated
On May 11th 2017, Boyan Slat, Founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch foundation developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic, announced a design breakthrough allowing for the cleanup of half the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in just 5 years. The main idea behind The Ocean Cleanup is to let the ocean currents do the work. An installation of U-shaped screens channels floating plastic to a centra
» Artur R. Bagdasarov published an important book "Armenija - Noina zemlja" in 2018
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko ®ubrinić | Published 12/1/2018 | Science , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Artur R. Bagdasarov, an Armenian scholar living in Moscow, is an expert in Croatian language and history. His newest book "Armenija - Noina zemlja" is his fifth book in Croatian language, and the third dealing with Armenia. Among interesting novelties published in the book, we mention the name of an Armenian Vagan Melik-Karaganjan, a honory citizen of the city of Biograd, who built the first hospital in this Croatia
» Branko Grünbaum 1929—2018 distinguished American mathematician born in Croatia
Submitted By Darko ®ubrinić | Published 11/17/2018 | Science , People , Education | Unrated
Branko Grunbaum was born in 1929 in the city of Osijek, Croatia. He started his studies at the University of Zagreb, and then moved in 1949 to Israel, where he completed his studies in 1954 and earned his PhD at the Hebrew University in Yerusalem in 1957. In 1966 he became full professor at the the University of Washington, after spending time at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton, Hebrew Unive
» Carmen Verlichak ellected a member of the Argentine Academy of Arts and Sciences of Communication
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko ®ubrinić | Published 11/1/2018 | Science , People , Education | Unrated
» Ante Glibota delivered a lecture at UNESCO, Paris 2018, on the occasion of 100 years since the First WW
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko ®ubrinić | Published 10/23/2018 | Science , History , Education | Unrated
Ante Glibota, distinguished Croatian scholar, delivered a lecture at the International Conference "Hundred Years Since the First World War" organized in Paris by UNESCO, 21st September 2018. His lecture, delivered in French, was entitled "The Causes of the First World War and Its Impact on the International Relations in the 20th Century". Mr. Glibota is one of three vicepresidents of the European Academy of Sciences,
» Nenad Bach, Dragica Kragic and Sven Maricic participating at prestigious MTF Stockholm Sep 7-9 2018
Submitted By Darko ®ubrinić | Published 08/22/2018 | Music , Human Rights , Science , People , Ideas , Events , Environment , Entertainment , Education | Unrated
The talks stage features an incredible lineup of inspiring people from around the world in conversation - representing all areas of industry, academia, the arts, sciences and public life. Rather than a series of keynotes, speeches, panel sessions or powerpoint presentations, the magazine-style interviews and intimate performances at MTF Stockholm provide a personal insight into the world and the stories of
» 1139 years since the international recognition of Croatia and 26 years since its diplomatic recognition
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko ®ubrinić | Published 06/26/2018 | Science , History , Education | Unrated
In the 9th century, more specifically, in 879 AD, Croatia obtained its first international recognition when Pope John VIII sent his letters to Croatian prince Branimir, in which he blessed him and his Croatian people. Croatia never lost its state continuity, even when it was a part of other empires, kingdoms and states. For example, Croatian Deit (Sabor) is one of the oldest in Europe, and in this sense, C


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