Virchow was a German physician, pathologist, pathological anatomist, anthropologist, prehistorian, and politician. With cellular pathology and his research on thrombosis, he founded modern pathology and represented a medicine that was both scientifically and socially oriented. Photo: Hush Naidoo Jade Photography (unsplash.com)
World Mental Health Day on October 10 this year is marked by profound changes in our everyday lives as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: Jeremy Perkins (unsplash.com)
October 3rd was designated as the day of German unity in the Unification Treaty of 1990 as a public holiday in Germany. As the German national holiday, it commemorates the German reunification. Photo: Christian Wiediger (unsplash.com)
Virtual reality, or VR for short, is the representation and simultaneous perception of reality and its physical properties in a real-time, computer-generated, interactive virtual environment. Photo: Martin Sanchez (unsplash.com)
Sharing economy refers to companies, platforms and communities that enable shared use of completely or partially unused resources. The terms collaborative consumption and collaborative economy are also used in English-speaking countries. Features of this practice are collaborative consumption, collaborative production, collaborative finance, open and freely accessible knowledge, and horizontal and open administrative structures.
With the meteorological beginning of autumn on September 1st, 2021, it will be increasingly colorful in nature. This third season is all about the harvest, brings the golden autumn leaves and is thematically linked to numerous celebrations such as Halloween and Thanksgiving. Photo: Timothy Eberly (unsplash.com)
Catch the sun, enjoy the evening, meet friends and spend a relaxing time together; in short: Open Air! Due to the persistent temperatures and existing hygiene and distance rules, events take place in the open air at every free corner. Photo: Krisztina Papp (unsplash.com)
In March 2021, 66,000 newborns were born in Germany and thus more births than in around 20 years. In other European countries, too, the number of births rose in March. In the lockdown and in most cases the associated home office, just as many pets were purchased. Dogs, cats and the like experienced a real boom. The Association for German Dogs, VDH, estimates that there have been around 15 to 20 percent more dogs since the beginning of the pandemic than before. Photo: Daria Rem (pexels.com)
Stuck at home? Try this collection of relaxed beats from jazzy to trippy as a backdrop for focused work. Photo: marcus aurelius at pexels.com
Whether alone, as a couple, with friends and family: the long-awaited vacation time is finally just around the corner! Pack your suitcase and head for the sun. Photo: Ibrahim Rifath (unsplash.com)
E-mobility is taking up more and more space today. Electromobility describes the mobility of people and goods in geographic space with the help of electric drives. Photo: Waldemar Brandt (unsplash.com)
Breaking news is the name given to messages about the latest events or states of importance. In doing so, political issues from all countries often come into focus. Photo: AbsolutVision (unsplash.com)
Scripted Reality, Script Documentation, Pseudo Documentation or Pseudo Documentation Soap is a genre of reality TV in which the documentation of real events is simulated. The scenes are played by actors (mostly amateur actors) according to directional instructions (script). Photo: Jon Tyson (unsplash.com)
The number of church exits has been increasing sharply across Europe for several years. Photo: Akira Hojo (unsplash.com)
Mild temperatures and many hours of sunshine ensure endorphins and spring fever. Photo: mvp (www.unsplash.com)
They explain complex scientific content in an understandable and entertaining way: Science influencers are the new stars on social media. Photo by ThisisEngineering RAEng on Unsplash.com
The stock exchange is a market for standardized trading objects organized according to certain rules.
A vaccination, also known as a protective vaccination, vaccination or vaccination, is the administration of a vaccine with the aim of protecting against a (communicable) disease. It is used to activate the immune system against specific substances. Vaccinations were developed as a preventive measure against infectious diseases. Vaccinations are currently available against a wide variety of viral and bacterial infectious diseases. Photo: Azazello BQ (unsaplash.com)
Instrument of the year 2021 is the organ.
The cold season has not only found its way into our four walls, but also into our wardrobes. Hats, scarves and gloves have become an indispensable part of daily walks. After a day in the cold, you can look forward to a warm bathtub, cozy cuddles and a hot tea. Photo: Andrew Ridley (unsplash.com)
TV formats in which the participants are looking for the love of their lives have been trendy for several years. Whether on islands, farms or in the classic studio: flirting has no boundaries here. Image: Debashis RC Biswas on unsplash.com
The 1990s: a decade that is slowly but surely celebrating its comeback. Vintage clothing, jogging suits, Vokuhila's and tattoo collars are just a few of the things that are popping up again and again in hip and independent neighborhoods. The music from 30 years ago also creates a well-known and unforgettable hype with fresh remixes and newly mastered versions. Photo: Lorenzo Herrera (unsplash.com)
Silicon Valley in the southern San Francisco Bay Area in California is home to numerous start-ups and global technology companies. Apple, Facebook and Google are among the best known. Here are also institutions specializing in technology around Stanford University in Palo Alto. NASA's Computer History Museum and Ames Research Center are in Mountain View, while the Tech Museum of Innovation is in San Jose. Photo: Marius Ciocirlan (unsplash.com)
Extreme sport is the approach to extreme sporting limits. For extreme athletes, this means an extraordinary technical, logistical, physical or psychological challenge, which is usually associated with high risks. Photo: Hu Chen (unsplash.com)
The ongoing threat from the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting our everyday lives. Measures such as thorough hand washing, wearing masks and regular disinfection of your own hands help to minimize the risk of infection for yourself and others. Photo: unitednations (unsplash.com)
Tidying up, restructuring, mucking out: in short, about organization. With the right instructions and a good plan, new tasks can usually be completed in no time. Leaving old burdens behind you not only frees you mentally, but also creates more space for free thoughts, new goals and perhaps one or the other new piece of furniture or clothing. Photo: Kelly Sikkema (unsplash.com)
Escape rooms have been very popular for several years. Playing is about solving puzzles in the team so that you can gradually work your way out of a locked room. Escape games are also offered as a board game and in virtual forms. Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash
Gardening is currently more popular than ever. Whether in the home garden, on the balcony or in the rented allotment: growing your own fruit and vegetables is back in vogue. And with it the awareness of the origin and regionality of the food. Photo: Elaine Casap (unsplash.com)
Influencers are people who regularly publish content (text, images, audio, video) on a topic. To do this, they use internet-based communication channels such as blogs and social networks such as Instagram or YouTube. They stand out from the mass of social media users because their activities achieve long reach and thus have a high influence on their followers. Photo by Pocky Lee on Unsplash
The term artificial intelligence (AI) describes - in very simple terms - the attempt to transfer human thinking and learning to computers and thus to give them intelligence. Photo by Frank V. on Unsplash.com
Grilling or roasting over an open fire is an original method of cooking food - it only requires control of the fire and does not require any cookware. Barbecuing is one of the world's most popular social pastimes, especially at summer temperatures. Photo: Daniel Hooper (unsplash.com)
Whether road bike, e-bike or the good old Dutch bike: cycling is an ideal way to do sports and protect the environment in good weather! Photo: Tiffany Nutt (unsplash.com)
For days now, thousands of people have been protesting police violence and racism in the United States. The riots have now reached numerous major cities. Photo by Vince Fleming on Unsplash
Not only since the Covid 19-related retreat into one's own four walls, DIY and home improvement have been very popular with many people. Photo: Nick Karvounis (unsplash.com)
Almost every day new conspiracy theories are heard and some are persistent. They all try to explain a state, an event or a development through the targeted, conspiratorial work of a mostly small group of actors for an often illegal or illegitimate purpose. Photo by Tom Radetzki (unsplash.com)
Podcasts have enjoyed increasing popularity for years. They provide information on all imaginable topics in an entertaining way. Photo by CoWomen on Unsplash
In times of change and uncertainty, it is important to practice self-care and to lead a mindful life. Photo: Georgia de Lotz (unsplash.com)
For all the people who are (unintentionally) in the home office: This playlist creates a positive atmosphere in gray November.
Urban beats for reporting on youth and street culture. Photo: Hin Bong Yeung (unsplash.com)
Asia is not only the largest continent in terms of area but also the most populous in the world. Numerous cultures and religions meet here.
Political excitement after the ministerial election in Thuringia, Germany. Internationally, political mistakes, secret collusion and corruption are also part of everyday business.
The countries of Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are collectively referred to as the Middle East or the Middle East. These countries lie between the Middle East in the west and southwest and the Far East in the northeast. Myanmar is rarely counted as part of the Middle East; instead, it is mostly assigned to Southeast Asia.
Fridays For Future is a rapidly growing social youth movement with millions of school strike participants every Friday. It was launched in August 2018 by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, calling for swift policies to tackle climate change.
The plans of the British prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle to withdraw from the royal family's obligations and to live financially independently in the future are currently causing excitement not only in the rainbow press.
Most people associate Australia with beautiful landscapes, unique wildlife and the fascinating culture of the Aborigines. Unfortunately, the continent is currently in the news mainly because of the devastating fires.
The past heat wave lets us feel the consequences of climate change. But instead of just sweating, let's ask one more question: How can we protect the climate? Enlightenment helps - every documentation supports the education; each of us can do something about climate change: with its consumption and everyday behavior. LET's do it.
Dark, dramatic and suspenseful tension orchestral cues & voices - orchestral hybrid & mixes - allow us to watch fascinating dramatic pictures - with pure emotion.
A selection of cool, chic tracks with a stylish vibe, ideal for modern magazine and hip lifestyle productions.
Slam Music Library combines classic African instruments with contemporary sounds. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Slam is predestined to build a bridge between the traditional and the modern. Photo: Eva Blue (unsplash.com)
Autumn begins on September 22nd. In the temperate zones, it is the time of harvest and falling leaves. Photo: Tina Kuper (unsplash.com)
In 2007, the United Nations General Assembly designated September 15 as International Democracy Day. The aim of the day is to promote and defend the principles of democracy. Democracy is a political system in which the people have an essential, co-determining function. Photo: Hansjörg Keller (unsplash.com)