Tag Archives: Poetry

Je suis Charlie

Today on the publication of the first issue of Charlie Hebdo after the massacre, last week, we publish a poem in French by Chaunes to demonstrate our support to all affected in this tragedy. Values of tolerance and freedom of speech are paramount to the world of tomorrow that is being built by our readers' community. EuroScientist too can say: JeSuisCharlie! Read more [...]

Poetry and science: Maya

EuroScientist is opening a new section dedicated to poetry related to science. Readers are invited to submit their work to the editor. We will select the most relevant work, which will feature in our new Poetry sub-section, under the Lifestyle heading of the magazine. We hope to give all poets inspired by science an opportunity to share their vision of the world with the community. Read more [...]

Science meets poetry 3

What mysterious forces bring Science and Poetry together? Why did William Hamilton, Tycho Brahe and Marie Curie all write verse? How is it that Omar Khayyam wrote a treatise on algebra and why was Percy Bysshe Shelley fascinated by chemistry? To the contrary, why did Mary Shelley dream up the tale of Frankenstein? Poets from all over Europe gather at each EuroScience Open Forum ESOF to consider the complex relationship between Science and Poetry Read more [...]