Articles (Education)

Sticking to Your Plan in the Age of Coronavirus
(Behavioral Sciences)

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, uncertainty has become the master of the scene, affecting our lives dramatically, and bringing most plans to a halt.


Technology and Internet Access for All
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Technology has witnessed huge leaps in the past decade andhas helped make our lives easier and more comfortable; this is the case for developed countries, but not for the developing or least developed ones.


Women Architects: Part Three
(Women and Science)

In 2016, three Muslim females received the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture in recognition of their outstanding work to enhance the life of Muslim communities around the world.


Women Architects: Part One
(Women and Science)

Female architects have made a profound impact on architecture; they have succeeded in etching their names in the history of architecture.


Inktober: A Viral Challenge
(Science and Art)

That is all you need to know about Inktober. Now go make something beautiful!


Interstellar: A Journey into Knowledge
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

Although Interstellar is a science-fiction movie, it does not depart from reality entirely; it introduces people to Theoretical Physics.



Benefits of Journaling for Children
(The Scientist Inside You)

Journaling is considered one of the most effective acts of self-care and the best for self-discovery. 


Science Communication: The Lifeline for New Generations
(Science at Work)

Since I worked as a science communicator, I can describe science communication as a means of survival to current and future generations.


How to Have a Productive Holiday
(Safe Summer)

Is it possible to feel free and productive simultaneously?

Mind Change to combat Climate Change
(Versus the Change!)

Having worked in science communication for years, I can attest that no issue has been more pressing for our field than climate change.


It Is Not Always about the Food: Eid Fitr Mubarak
(The Scientist Inside You)

Who says science is not sweet? Enjoy Eid al-Fitr with simple and easy science activities.


A Cultural Dis-ease
(Human Health)

Several diseases have became common themes in media as they touch people directly, either positively or negatively!


Where is Air?
(The Scientist Inside You)

Air, fortunately, is free and everywhere, which means there is no need to buy or search for it. Let us enjoy these easy science experiments at home.

Kids’ New Companion: The Reading Robot!
(Education)

A new study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison highlights the benefits of robots teaching kids to read.


Why We Need More Arab Women Scientists
(Women and Science)

My seven-year old daughter has all the makings of a future scientist. Watching her conducting experiments in my kitchen fills me with both pride and worry.


Hypatia: The Bride and Martyr of Science
(Women and Science)

Human history has witnessed tragedies and horrors that the people of science have endured confronting extremism and intolerance.


Museum Delusions
(Education)

Van Gogh: Why is everyone so sure I cut off my own ear?!


Animal Testing Nightmare
(Environment and Us)

Can animal testing turn into a nightmare?

The Alphabet of Chemistry
(Chemistry: Our Life, Our Future)

Every material in the world is composed of different combinations of about 100 elements that cannot be broken down into simpler substances through ordinary chemistry.

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