Articles (Scientists)

Safe Injection Technology
(The Past and the Future)

Discovering needles in the 1850s is one of the most significant achievements. Despite the widespread of syringes, they caused many problems. To limit them, scietists have invented new injection methods.


Operating Systems: A Computer Story
(The Past and the Future)

Nowadays, everyone has a personal computer that they can easily use without any special training or knowledge, thanks to the user-friendly operating systems out there. In the past, things were not that easy though.


Refrigeration: Where to?
(The Big Questions)

Who is not aware of the role of refrigeration? It is the main reason why we are able to preserve food for months without spoiling. In reality, the applications of refrigeration have expanded to include much more. 


Artificial Intelligence between Past and Future
(The Past and the Future)

Each era is characterized by a unique invention or discovery; AI is one of the most important modern innovations that changed humanity's path.

Mind Reading
(Behavioral Sciences)

Science has a great history in studying the brain and trying to understand its secrets; however, it was not until the 1960s when scientists took the first step in reading ideas.

The 2019 Nobel Prize in Medicine
(Human Health)

Three scientists addressed the adaptation of cells to the level of oxygen from a distinctive aspect, until they shared the Nobel Prize in Medicine.


Cancer Below Zero
(Human Health)

Cancer has remained one of the most bewildering diseases for doctors until a ray of hope has appeared with the discovery of cancer cryotherapy.

Hacking Memories
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Our memories represent our experiences and cultures, and inspire how we deal with others.

What Is Quantum Computing?
(Technology and Us)

Experts expect a revolution in informatics led by quantum computing.

The Most Famous Human Rights Charts
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Circulating the term “Human Rights”, even though not directly used, has begun long ago. 

Head Transplant
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Different organs can be removed from a human body and transplanted into another body, but have you ever heared of "head transplant”?

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.


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.


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.


The Nazca Lines: A Mysterious Peruvian Treasure
(Travel, Explore, and Venture)

The advent of aviation enabled us to discover a long-hidden treasure of ancient civilization; we mean the amazing Nazca Lines.


Why the Image of the Black Hole is a Big Deal?
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

If you are wondering why the image of the black hole is a big deal, do not worry, we have got you covered.


Climate Observations based on ALLATRA SCIENCE
(Versus the Change!)

There is a big risk of misunderstanding and underestimating all the factors and the scale of influence of various processes on global climate change.

She Against the World
(Women and Science)

A Pediatric Public Health Initiative was announced in 2016 to address the Flint community’s population lead exposure, thanks to Dr. Mona Attisha.


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