It happened on JULY 7

Camillo Golgi was born in Corteno (Italy). He was a biologist and physician known for his study of cellular structure, particularly that of neural cells, of which he discovered their axial terminations. He is also known for his discovery of what is called the Golgi apparatus, that is, the cavity of cytoplasm in a cell’s nucleus. Golgi died in Pavia on January 21, 1926.

The Rainbow between Science and Religion

400° Anniversary of Galileo Galilei’s Letter to Madame Christina of Lorraine (1615)

The full text of the Letter
The Notion od Scientific Proof in Galileo’s Letter to Christina, from “The Rethoric of Proof in Galileo’s Writings on the Copernican System” (1985), by Jean Dietz Moss

Interdisciplinary Encyclopedia of Religion and Science

The Encyclopedia, published by the Centro di Documentazione Interdisciplinare di Scienza e Fede operating at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, provides new, scholarly articles in the rapidly growing international field of Religion and Science (ISSN: 2037-2329).

Anthology and Documents

In order to make some relevant documents better known in the scientific community, the section provides key materials for study and reflection concerning the dialogue among science, philosophy, and theology.