Articles (Inventions)

A Big Screen Reveal of Big Heroes: The Imitation Game
(Invisible People of Science)

Many scientists exerted extensive efforts to benefit people by their research and inventions; yet, not many know their stories.

The Dawn of Time: A Tale of Egyptian Astronomy
(Human Civilization)

The Egyptians, they said, were the first to discover the solar year. They obtained this knowledge from the stars.


A World Without Internet
(Technology and Us)

Those born in the 20th century know well the life with and without the internet, but younger generations depend on it on a daily basis.


Biodiversity: A Long Evolutionary Road!
(Back to Nature)

Earth today, with all the biological richness we feel around us, is the result of 4 billion years of evolution. 


Promising Inventions by Young Inventors of Today
(Brilliant Young Minds)

We need not worry, as the future generation of young innovators may change the world.


Beyond Walls
(Science at Work)

Some production activities have historically taken the form of bringing groups of individuals together for specific projects.

Memoirs of A Green Husband
(Versus the Change!)

Change the gas canister and do not forget to throw out the trash too! There has to be a solution.


Two Birds...One Stone
(Versus the Change!)

On a planet encountering so many enormous challenges as ours, it is inevitable that humans would strive to figure out ingenious solutions.

The Light at the End of the Tunnel
(How Things Work)

Eyeglasses, followed by contact lenses, have been the most common vision correction option; however, over the past years, other options have evolved.


2018 Nobel Prize: Immunity and Cancer Cure
(Human Health)

In 2018, Professor James P. Allison and Professor Tasuku Honjo were jointly granted the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their developing a non-conventional cure for cancer.

Bio-Art: Science and Art in Harmony
(Science and Art)

Art and science have been in harmony throughout the ages, contributing to achieve sometimes interesting and strange results; Bio-art is one example of them.


Architecture: The Ultimate Union of Science and Art
(Science and Art)

Architecture has always been a reflection of the evolution of not only mankind and human nature, but also of science and technology.


Marie Curie; Up Close and Personal
(Women and Science)

Marie Skłodowska, known today as Madame Curie, was born in Warsaw, Poland, on 7 November 1867. 

Inventions that Make Our Day (2)
(Inventions and Inventors)

From the moment you wake up till you go to bed at night; do you ever stop to think about all the inventions you used during the day, and will continue to use every day? (Razors, Coffee, and the Zipper)

Inventions that Make Our Day (1)
(Inventions and Inventors)

From the moment you wake up till you go to bed at night; do you ever stop to think about all the inventions you used during the day, and will continue to use every day?

The Elusive Genius: Mr. Satoshi Nakamoto
(Invisible People of Science)

For years, the genius mathematician responsible for the creation of Bitcoin—the first ever digital cryptocurrency—remained unknown. 


Animal Testing Nightmare
(Environment and Us)

Can animal testing turn into a nightmare?

Spread the Word!
(Inventions and Inventors)

Throughout history, people have invented many machines that forever changed the world; the Gutenberg Printing Press is one of these revolutionary machines.


The Pen; Transporter of Knowledge
(Education)

No doubt that writing is part and parcel of the human pursuit of knowledge. Teaching, learning, and documenting sciences have all depended on it. 


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