Articles (Technology)

Milestone Nobel Prizes in Chemistry: Ahmed Zewail and Femtochemistry
(Inventions and Innovations)

On this day, renowned chemist Ahmed Zewail was born; an extraordinary scientist who cared about the world and made contribution to society.


Machine Translation: History, Concerns, and Prospects
(Computers and Information Technology)

While latest MT technologies can provide valuable assistance to translators, many fear it would replace human translators entirely.


Communication through the Ages
(Inventions and Innovations)

Communication in the past was never easy. Today, we communicate easily with people around the globe, and access information whenever needed.


Intensive Farming
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Intensive farming is an agricultural intensification and mechanization system that aims to maximize yields from available land.



Movie Review: The Social Dilemma
(Science in Arts and Culture)

The Social Dilemma is a two-time Emmy-winning Netflix docudrama about the damaging societal impact of social media.

The History and Evolution of Chatbots
(Computers and Information Technology)

Chatbots are designed applications to imitate a human dialogue; in this article, we explore the turning points in this story of evolution.

Before Newton, there was Al-Hazen
(Inventions and Innovations)

Ibn al-Haytham was an Arab scientist who birthed the scientific method; he was a genuine polymath, a controversial figure, and a brilliant mind.

Exploring the Bare Necessities
(Education, Business, and Society)

Bare necessities have become indispensable to the point of their being interwoven into the very fabric of our daily existence on Earth.


The Elephant Clock
(Inventions and Innovations)

The elements of the clock were kept on top of the elephant; in addition to telling the time, it celebrated the universality of Islam by its elements.


Science Comics: A Unique Tool for Science and Technology Learning
(Education, Business, and Society)

Fun colorful drawings always attract kids; that is until science comics emerged as a distinctive method to introduce science and technology.


Data Science and Human Trafficking
(Computers and Information Technology)

Trafficking is a crime that is very difficult to detect, but science can still offer humanity with potential means towards achieving its goals.


Capturing Wildlife: Adventure Techniques
(Science in Arts and Culture)

Wildlife is teeming with beauty, originality, and splendor; many photographers from all over the world try to convey this fabulous life by capturing special images of the animals in the forests. Although it is not that easy to take these shots, it is never impossible; wildlife photography is very similar to sports photography and trying to capture athletes in motion.


Health-Tech Gadgets: GPS Shoes
(Health and Diseases)

World Alzheimer’s Day is celebrated on September 21 each year to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease which is a form of dementia that affects memory and impairs daily function. This condition is often regarded as a family disease due to the impact it has the relatives of the patient.


Feel the Movie
(Science in Arts and Culture)

The world we see has three dimensions: height, width, and depth. However, the movie industry is determined not to stop at just that.

Experimenting in Space: A Brief History
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

The idea of space experiments is far from fictional, with the very first experiments in space carried out as early as 1971.


Health-Tech Gadgets: Healthcare Texting
(Health and Diseases)

Using simple tools, such as mobiles that people already own, they could boost people's chances of having better access to health care, and improving their quality of life.

Mankind and Nature: A Story of Fear and Knowledge
(Inventions and Innovations)

The story of nature and mankind is a long one; it is a story that started with fear and ended with better understanding of nature.


Big Data for Sustainable Development
(Computers and Information Technology)

A lot of Big Data is being collected around the world; targeting achieving sustainable development goals for a better world and human life.

Archeology from Space
(Earth Sciences)

Satellite Archaeology is a method for mapping and monitoring potential archaeological sites using high resolution satellites.


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