Nettie Stevens 155 birthday (Google doodle)

Nettie Stevens Google Doodle

Nettie Stevens Google Doodle

Google honors Nettie Maria Stevens. She was an early American geneticist. She and Edmund Beecher Wilson were the first researchers to describe the chromosomal basis of sex. It’s Nettie Stevens 155 birthday. The doodle designer shows her in front of a microscope. She looks at a „XY-chromosome. Read on »

Google Doodle Keine Kommentare 6. Juli 2016

Google honors Phoebe Snetsinger

Phoebe Snetsinger doodle

Phoebe Snetsinger doodle

Have you ever heard before about Phoebe Snetsinger? Me not. But Google honors her today with a relally nice Google on the homepage. So now Millions of people know her. She war an american birder. That is a „bird watcher“. Phoebe has seen more than 8000 birds – at the time more than anyone else in history. She died on Novemebr 23, 1999. She was born on June 9, 1931. Today it’s her 85th birthday. Read on »

Google Doodle Keine Kommentare 8. Juni 2016

Google celebrates the First modern Olympic Games

First modern Olympic Games Doodle

First modern Olympic Games Doodle

Google celebrates the 120th anniversary of the first modern olympic games. On April 6, 1896, the Olympic Games, a long-lost tradition of ancient Greece, are reborn in Athens 1,500 years after being banned by Roman Emperor Theodosius I. At the opening of the Athens Games, King Georgios I of Greece and a crowd of 60,000 spectators welcomed athletes from 13 nations to the international competition. Doodle designer Olivia Huynh created 4 drawings in an old fashion drawing style. Nice. Read on »

Google Doodle Keine Kommentare 5. April 2016

First Day of Spring 2016 Google doodle

First Day of Spring 2016

First Day of Spring 2016

Google celebrates the spring equinox – the first day of spring – with a nice doodle on the homepage. As every jear Google uses this date (march 20th or 21st) to remind the users that summer is coming soon. But of course not from day to day. So the doodle-animation shows a stone that is ill. It sneezes the flowers from the tree. But – of course – spring will come … Read on »

Google Doodle Keine Kommentare 19. März 2016

The boolean logic behind the George Boole Doodle

George Boole 200. Geburtstag

George Boole 200. birthday

Google honors the English mathematician, educator, philosopher and logician George Boole with an animated doodle on the homepage. It seems to be difficult to understand, but after reading this article you will agree: it’s quite simple. George Boole was born on November 2nd, 1815 – 200 years ago. So here is what the doodle shows: Read on »

Google Doodle 1 Kommentar 1. November 2015

Google celebrates 126th anniversary of opening Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower Doodle

Eiffel Tower Doodle

When did the eiffel tower open to the public?“ 126 years ago, on March 31th 1889, the Eiffel Tower in Paris was opened to the public. It was most tallest building in the world. Build with steal, designd by french Gustave Eiffel und build by his company, it is one of the most recognizable structures in the world. The Eiffel Tower is the most-visited paid monument in the world – it received its 250 millionth visitor in 2010. Amazing! Read on »

Google Doodle 1 Kommentar 30. März 2015

Halloween witch doodle 2013

Halloween witch doodle 2013

Halloween witch doodle 2013

Halloween Witch 2013 – a usual Google celebrates it with a nice interactive doddle. Start the doodle an help the witch and combine the ingredients. By throwing two a new stage opens where you could have some Halloween fun. Together there are 6 Halloween stages. Nice one, I think. Btw: if you search for ghostwitch or skeleton you will find some nice easter eggs in the Google knowledge graph (on the rigth side). Funny… Read on »

Google Doodle Keine Kommentare 30. Oktober 2013

André-Jacques Garnerin, the first parachute jump (Google Doodle)

André-Jacques Garnerin, the first parachute jump

André-Jacques Garnerin, the first parachute jump

Have you ever thougth about the first parachute jump? Google did. Today (Oct. 22nd, 2013) is the 216th anniversary of the first parachute jump (Oct. 22, 1797). Google honors the inventor of the parachute – André-Jacques Garnerin – with an interactive doodle on the homepage. You can navigate the parachute by using the left an right key. By this the jumper changes the direction – and you land on very different place. The balloonist was born on Jan. 31, 1769. Garnerin was appointed „Official Aeronaut of France“. Garnerin began experiments with early parachutes based on umbrella-shaped devices. The first flight with a silk parachute on October 22, 1797 at Parc Monceau, Paris. Read on »

Google Doodle Keine Kommentare 21. Oktober 2013

Google honors Claude Debussy

Claude Debussy Doodle

Claude Debussy Doodle

The french composer Claude Debussy was born on August 22nd, 1862 – 151 years ago. Google honors him with an amazing doodle. It’s a kind of music-video animation. It’s 2:12 min long – and in a french and romantic was it feels impressionistic. The song is: „Clair du lune“ („Moonlight“, 1890). It’s the third movement of Suite bergamasque – a piano depiction of a Paul Verlaine poem. First the doodle as a youtube-video and then the complete poem: Read on »

Google Doodle 4 Comments 21. August 2013

Google honors Rosalind Franklin with „Photo 51-Doodle“

Rosalind Franklin Doodle

Rosalind Franklin Doodle

Google honors Rosalind Franklin with a nice doodle. It shows a microscope and a piece of DNA. Rosalind Elsie Franklin (25 July 1920 — 16 April 1958) was a British biophysicist and X-ray crystallographer. She is best known for her work on the X-ray diffraction images of DNA which led to the discovery of the DNA double helix. Franklin was never nominated for a Nobel Prize. She had died in 1958 and was ineligible for nomination to the Nobel Prize in 1962 which was subsequently awarded to Crick, Watson, and Wilkins in 1962. Read on »

Google Doodle 2 Comments 24. Juli 2013

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