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General Elections in Peru 2021: Google highlights the second round elections with a doodle
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General Elections in Peru 2021: Google highlights the second round elections with a doodle

Google today highlighted the electoral process of the second round of the General Elections of Peru placing a doodle Allusive to the elections that will decide the next president of the country for the next 5 years.In the doodle, that he already published in the first stage of the electoral process on April 11, a voting amphora with the Peruvian flag in the center can be seen, replacing one of the letters of the search engine.By clicking on the doodle, the search engine takes you to the main information about the second round of elections in Peru, which takes place this May 6 amid strong security measures due to the pandemic of COVID-19.SIGHT: Peru elections 2021: follow here minute by minute of the second electoral roundThe initiative of Google it is carried out every time there is an ele...
Google helps you locate your box from its doodle dedicated to the elections in Mexico
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Google helps you locate your box from its doodle dedicated to the elections in Mexico

The internet giant, Google, made a doodle to remind users to go out to vote this June 6 in the so-called 'largest election in history, where they will be elected 15 governorships, 1,063 councils (local and federal), 1,926 mayoralties and receiverships, among other local positions.From very early on, the search engine placed on its cover the art dedicated to the elections in which it is observed a ballot box with the flag of Mexico and a ballot that lead directly to the search: Elecciones de México 2021.In addition, the browser placed a direct link to the site designed by the INational Electoral Institute (INE) to locate your box, which you can also check here. !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod? n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)}...
Google pays tribute to the Savoy Ballroom with interactive music doodle
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Google pays tribute to the Savoy Ballroom with interactive music doodle

Google today unveils an incredible interactive Doodle celebrating swing and the Savoy Ballroom, an iconic ballroom that thrived from the 1920s to the 1950s in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City.Today, but in 2002, Frankie Manning and Norma Miller, two of Whitey's Lindy Hoppers members, unveiled a commemorative plaque where the entrance to the Savoy Ballroom.SIGHT: Zofia Stryjeńska: Google remembers the painter, graphic designer, illustrator and set designer with doodle The Savoy Ballroom made history as one of the first racially integrated public spaces in the United States when it opened with a policy of nondiscrimination in 1926. In the early 1900s, Harlem was home to a predominantly black community, including those who immigrated from other countries, parts of the United States a...
Doodle celebrates Zofia Stryjeńska, painter, graphic designer, illustrator and set designer
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Doodle celebrates Zofia Stryjeńska, painter, graphic designer, illustrator and set designer

Google celebrate today, with an artistic doodle, the 130th birthday of the painter, graphic designer, illustrator and set designer Zofia Stryjeńska, considered one of the most important Polish Art Deco artists of the early 20th century.Stryjeńska's daring and adventurous work reflects her personality as an uncompromising heroine of creativity and artistic expression.SIGHT: Anne McLaren: Google celebrates biologist who helped develop IVF technique with doodleBorn Zofia Lubańska in 1891 in Krakow, Poland, Zofia Stryjeńska began painting caricatures of her father's customers in his glove shop, developing a talent that became her life's passion. But gender barriers got in the way of her artistic pursuits; barriers she was determined to break.As the Munich Academy of Fine Arts - his main cho...
Labor Day: Google pays tribute to workers with doodle
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Labor Day: Google pays tribute to workers with doodle

The American company Google presented this Saturday a picturesque doodle that celebrates Labor Day and honors all the hardworking citizens of the planet this May 1st.SIGHT Who is the young man who bought the Google Argentina domain and caused the page to stop working for hours?In the doodle, which celebrates the also called “First of May" O "International Workers Day”, Highlights various trades such as firefighter, bricklayer, doctor, supermarket staff, cleaning and farmer.On this occasion, the company of Google has tried to highlight some of the work that is on the front lines of the global warming pandemic. coronavirus, which so far leaves more than 3.1 million deaths and 151'307,700 cases of infections.It is worth mentioning that there are countries like USA Y Canada who celebrate Labor...
Anne McLaren: Who was it and why did Google dedicate a ‘doodle’ to it on April 26?
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Anne McLaren: Who was it and why did Google dedicate a ‘doodle’ to it on April 26?

Lima, April 26, 2021Updated on 04/26/2021 04:06 pmThe conception of a new life has not always been easy for all couples throughout history. Anne McLaren knew this and that is why she worked incessantly until she was the scientist who laid the foundations for fertilization in vitro. Therefore, this Monday, April 26, Google has dedicated a 'doodle'on the day that would have been her 94th birthday.SIGHT: Who is the young man who bought the Google Argentina domain and caused the page to stop working for hours?Anne McLaren was born in London on April 26, 1927. Since she was a child, she showed a great interest in science. During his youth he studied zoology at the prestigious Oxford University, where one of his greatest teachers was Peter Medawar, 1960 Nobel Prize winner for his research on...
Google Celebrates Anne McLaren, Biologist Who Helped Develop In Vitro Fertilization Technique
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Google Celebrates Anne McLaren, Biologist Who Helped Develop In Vitro Fertilization Technique

Google celebrate today with a doodle the 94th birthday of British scientist and author Anne McLaren, considered one of the most important reproductive biologists of the 20th century. His foundational research on embryology has helped countless people realize their dreams of parenting.“Happy birthday, Anne McLaren. Thank you for all your incredible work and for inspiring many new generations thanks to it! "In this way, Google greets the scientist.SIGHT: Google pays tribute to the letter Ñ on Spanish Language DayAnne McLaren she was born in London on this day in 1927. As a child, she had a small role in HG Wells's 1936 science fiction film "The Shape of Things to Come." In the scene, set in 2054, his great-grandfather gave him a talk about the advancement of space technology that had br...