— About —
Science, dull? Does it remind you of old schoolbooks and dusty classrooms? Or are you interested but you don't know where to start? On GondwanaTalks you will find articles on natural science written especially for science dummies. Everything in nature has its own incredible story, going back in time to an age in which the planet looked completely different. You will think differently about Earth, life, the planets, minerals, humanity and the future. And the more you learn, the more amazed you will be.
GondwanaTalks is an online magazine on natural science for a wide audience, focusing on earth science and providing a link to society, humanity and the planet. The story of nature is unraveled, going back into time, far beyond the age of humans, across the geological ages, as we explain why Earth looks the way it does today.
"I found that there was an excess of information on the Internet, and yet I could not find answers to many questions relating to nature. My searches always ended in an aimless clicking from one page to another. That's why I decided to write my own articles and offer them to people with the same interest. I want to better understand the complexity of nature and make this knowledge available in a style that is easy to read, yet without compromising quality." K.B.
Kathelijne Bonne: Main editor and writer.
Kathelijne is a science writer, editor and translator, living near Madrid and originally from Belgium. She studied Geology and Physical Land Resources in Ghent, Belgium, and Granada, Spain. She worked in a geo-consultancy company in the United Kingdom, and then as a self-employed geologist. She published in peer-reviewed scientific journals and also in culture/travel magazines.
Silvia Zuleta Romano: Editor of Spanish translations.
Silvia (from Mar del Plata, Argentina) is a writer of contemporary fiction. She studied Economics at the University of Buenos Aires. In 2005 she moved to Madrid and worked in the world of culture. In 2011, she started writing and studying philosophy. She publishes articles on filosophy, economy, big data, femenism and publishing on www.silviazuletaromano.com and regularly contributes to literary magazines.