Articles

Aristotle and the Legacy of Logic
(Human Civilization)

A prolific writer and polymath, Aristotle radically transformed most, if not all, areas of knowledge he touched. He was the first to classify areas of human knowledge into distinct disciplines that are still used today.


Innovative Face-Masks
(Technology and Inventions)

With the COVID-19 pandemic, the development of face-masks become a matter of urgency to keep abreast of the pandemic.


The Psychology behind the Gender Pay Gap
(Science Policy and Ethics)

The gender pay gap is a problem in many countries that hits the core of society; it indisputably does not affect females only but the whole family.


COP27 at a Glance!
(Environment and Climate Change)

You must have heard the big news: Egypt is hosting this year 2022 the largest international conference on climate change and the environment, COP27.


World Without Viruses
(Life Sciences)

If all viruses suddenly disappeared, the world would be a wonderful place for about a-day-and-a-half, and then we would all die.

Education: Access without Quality?
(Education)

As we continue to pursue access to education for all, we should not assume it implies quality; access alone does not help fulfill life potentials.


From the Brink of Extinction: Animals that Made a Comeback
(Animal and Plant Life)

While we know that the amount of threatened biodiversity is aplenty, there are some success stories that give us hope and serve as a real evidence of what protecting biodiversity actually looks like.


The Treasures of the Red Sea (3): Distinctive Treasures
(Oceans and Marine Life)

The great diversity of the Red Sea is not limited only to its wide variety of fishes, but there are plenty of other distinctive sea creatures.


The Treasures of the Red Sea (2): Endemic Treasures
(Oceans and Marine Life)

Egypt’s Red Sea remains calm and peaceful season after season, but underneath its surface a world full of motion and life that dances all around.


Abel: The T-Rex of Ancient Southern Continents
(Earth Sciences)

Welcome to the "Land of Death" in the Bahariya Oasis; the most dangerous place during the Cretaceous period!


Is the Sky Really Blue?
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

A frequently asked question by children is: “Why is the sky blue?” Some answer: “because it reflects the color of the ocean”.

The Impact of Solar Flares on Communication Systems
(Safe Summer)

Although the Sun is about 150 million kilometers away from Earth, it is responsible for life as we know it; yet, can it also be a source of danger?


Do not give up on a Dream
(Education)

Egyptian children and youth spend approximately 14 years in the formal educational system; and when asked about their dreams and future plans, they usually answer “It depends on my final score”.

Monkeypox
(Health and the Human Body)

After more than two years of the Coronavirus horror, another virus has hit the headlines all over the world, leaving people wondering whether this is the beginning of a new outbreak.


Secondary Education and Success Measures
(Education)

A top faculty, money, prestigious career, and happiness; all are measures of success as seen by many. 

Natural Habitat Loss and Its Influence on Biodiversity
(Environment and Climate Change)

The loss of natural habitats is the main threat to 85% of all species listed on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List—a comprehensive information source on the extinction risk of animals, fungi, and plants.


This Is Hepatitis: Know It, Confront It
(Health and the Human Body)

Since its launch in 2010, this theme has witnessed great success because it focuses on the real-life impact of viral hepatitis.

iTelescopes!
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

Many people enjoy watching the night sky or the day sky to observe stars, planets, solar eclipses and sunspots; accordingly, the technology of needed equipement is developing.


Weather Effects on Blood Diseases
(Health and the Human Body)

Weather can deeply affect people; how does it affect certain types of diseases, such as blood diseases?


What do Vegetarians Eat in Eid Al-Adha?
(Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition)

When it is time to celebrate Eid Al-Adha, vegetarians face a problem in choosing food; we present alternatives to fit the celebrative atmosphere.

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