Articles (Colors)

Art and Coexistence with Nature
(Earth Sciences)

With the emergence of huge pollution issues, artists attempted to find solutions to preserve the environment; as such, new types of art have emerged.


Could Coral Reefs Adapt to Climate Change?
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

The Red Sea in eastern Egypt is full of coral reefs that people from all over the world come just to take pictures next to them and enjoy watching them while diving. However, changes to Earth's climate in recent years have made coral reefs more vulnerable than before. Will they someday lose and be deprived of their habitats? This is what we explore in this article.


What Do You Know about Face Blindness (Prosopagnosia)?
(Health and Diseases)

A neurological disorder causes a person to not recognize or distinguish faces; not related to memory loss, vision impairment or disabilities.


Look Up: Once-in-a-50-Millenia Comet to Appear in the Sky!
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

A green comet will make its closest approach to the Sun and Earth in January and early February 2023; do not miss this awesome opportunity.


Black Sand in Egypt: An Untapped Treasure
(Earth Sciences)

The Black Sand Complex was inaugurated in Egypt, in October 2022, to extract minerals from black sand; so, what is it and its significance?


The Treasures of the Red Sea (2): Endemic Treasures
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Egypt’s Red Sea remains calm and peaceful season after season, but underneath its surface a world full of motion and life that dances all around.


Is the Sky Really Blue?
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

A frequently asked question by children is: “Why is the sky blue?” Some answer: “because it reflects the color of the ocean”.

Let Us Bust Some Animal Myths (2)
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

The animals’ world is full of myths and facts that we hear in stories and legends, from which we present common myths on: bulls, turtles, worms, goldfish, and sharks.


How Can We Perceive Our Environment?
(Human Body)

There are endless things that surround us, but how can we detect their presence?


Salar de Uyuni: A Desert of Salt
(Earth Sciences)

This is the world’s largest natural mirror during the rainy seasons, and a white flat floor with amazing crystalized salt patterns during the dry season; welcome to Salar de Uyuni!


Could A Black Hole Bring the End of the World?
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

Black holes are a big concern; not just for NASA scientists, but for the whole world. The biggest question is: What would happen if a black hole reached us? Would it be our doom?


The Necessity of Expression
(Science in Arts and Culture)

Self-expression is as vital to living as breathing; it is how we interact with others and the world. It can be supremely fulfilling or irritably frustrating.

Cosmetics between the Past and the Present
(Food, Mood, and Behavior)

Do you think that cosmetics are a modern invention? You are completely wrong if you thought so; cosmetics are as ancient as history itself!


I, You, and the Others
(Science in Arts and Culture)

Ever since the beginning of times, Man has always sought to represent himself in various ways. We can trace back the appearance of human representation on the walls of prehistoric caves.


Art: A Healing Medium
(Science in Arts and Culture)

We learn that when we fall and break a limb to go seek medical attention; but what do we do when it is our mental state that is broken? How does one go about remedying that?


White or Blue?
(Health and Diseases)

Wearing masks has become mandatory in many situations; many wonder though: is it the white side or the blue side out? Of course, we are talking here about surgical masks.


All You Need to Know about Jaundice
(Health and Diseases)

Jaundice is not a disease in itself; the yellowish skin normally refers to an underlying condition that needs immediate attention.

Liquid Rainbow
(Earth Sciences)

 

According to local legend, the river has escaped paradise to flow through Earth; read on the River of Five Colors and the Liquid Rainbow.

I have A Dream
(Science Fun Time: Stories and Activities)

Urban trees are much more than elements of landscape beautification; they can save lives and can literally save our planet.

Heavenly Kaleidoscope
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

Observing the heavenly sphere, astronomers witness a kaleidoscope of colors, each color having its own significant meaning.

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