Articles (Communication)

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.

Inktober: A Viral Challenge
(Science and Art)

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


Baby Sleep Debate
(The Big Questions)

Mother: What do I do when the baby is crying, and I am exhausted?

The Truth about Multitasking
(Science at Work)

Do you multitask? Is it possible for our brains to engage in more than one task at a time? What does science say about multitasking?

The Great Baby Sleep Debate (2)
(Bare Necessities)

Adding to the confusion of sleep-deprived parents are the contradicting studies supporting both schools of sleep training.


The Great Baby Sleep Debate (1)
(Bare Necessities)

When I first held my newborn girl in my arms, I pledged my life for her happiness, and I knew deep in my heart that I would do anything for her. 

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.

The Science of Smile
(Behavioral Sciences)

Based on science, smiling changes the brain’s physiology and turns negative emotions into positive ones.

How to Improve your Social Skills in Five Steps
(Science at Work)

Building good relationships with others plays a great role in reducing stress, so it is important to pay attention to your social connections.


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?

Wombs Can Hear!
(Come to Your Senses)

The five senses of the embryo keep developing all along pregnancy. 


The Uncontacted
(Travel, Explore, and Venture)

Are there people who are still unaffected by the developments that have occurred over the past centuries? The answer is “yes”!


Facial Recognition
(How Things Work)

Facial recognition technology has become one of the mainstream security and safety technologies in the meantime.

She Thought, He Thought
(Women and Science)

After shopping, I'll go to the hairdresser then I'll have to pass by my mother, and go home to prepare lunch before the kids come back from school.


Men vs Women: Are They Mentally Different?
(Women and Science)

Differences in mental abilities, between humans in general, and between women and men specifically, have always been a topic of debate among researchers and scholars.


How the Blind Dream?
(Come to Your Senses)

Sometimes when we miss someone, we wish to see them even if just in our dreams; we then dream of them, but without knowing how dreams occur?


The Science behind Scenography
(Science and Art)

We live within worlds of stories, and we use stories to shape these worlds. 

Individual versus Team Sports
(Science and Sports)

If you are a parent of young children like myself, you would probably be weighing the options for signing them up for a sport.

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