Articles (Physics)


Everyone in the world is concerned about the future of transportation. 

The Sihwa Lake Tidal Power Plant: The World’s Largest Tidal Power Station

South Korea is considered the world’s fourth largest oil importer, taking in 2.5 million barrels of oil daily.

Zafarana Wind Farm: Egypt’s Largest Wind Power Plant

In early 1980s, the Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Energy formulated its national strategy in the field of New and Renewable Sources of Energy (NRSE) as an integral part of its global energy strategy. 


South Africa is a country where many people still struggle to find a sustainable and constant source of energy. 

Cooking Oil Can Run Your Car Too!

Have you ever heard of cars running on vegetable oil? 

Fusion Power

One of the most promising, yet difficult to achieve alternatives to current power sources is nuclear fusion.

Steam Power and the Industrial Revolution: 1760-1840

The Industrial Revolution began in England, then spread throughout Europe and then North America during the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

Get Ready For Wireless Power

We live in the era of wireless devices; satellites, cell phones, laptops, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 2G, 3G, 4G.

Earthships: Off The Grid Eco-Homes

If you look at pictures of “Earthships” they may seem to you like houses with a Sci-Fi flare to them. 

Human Electricity

Without electricity, you would not be reading this article right now.

The Artificial Leaf

Chemist Daniel Nocera has successfully developed a device that closely mimics photosynthesis.

The 1-Liter Car

We all know that fossil fuels are depleting, simultaneously the world consumes a large amount of petrol per year.

Superheroes of the Real World: Magnetic Man
(Come to Your Senses)

Meet Liew Thon Lin, the 78-year-old retired contractor from Malaysia, who is also the real life Human Magnet.

(Come to Your Senses)

SONAR is an acronym for SOund Navigation And Ranging.

Launching a Satellite
(Technology and Us)

Although sophisticated technologies are involved in the process of launching a satellite, the principle it is built on is pretty simple.

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