Articles (Colors)

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.

What Do You Know About Nebulae?
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

Nebulae are known for their attractive colors and breathtaking views all over space.

Physical Phenomena and the World of Design
(Science and Art)

Because we are accustomed to live with tools and machines that allow us access to endless information, designers pursue graphs, codes, and software that transforms data and variables into unique shapes.

The Story of the Best Astronomical Picture of the 20th Century
(Science and Art)

At the end of 1999, international cultural authorities competed in an open poll on the so-called “Best Thing” of the 20th century. NASA's website asked people to vote for the best astronomical picture captured in the 20th century.

How Do the Blind Dream?
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

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. 

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.

Meet the Artist
(Science and Art)

I like the artist’s style, he is very talented. Let’s take a photo with him.

Art: The Offspring of Light
(Science and Art)

Art, a major aspect of culture, was, is, and will always be born from light. 

The Inkblot Test
(Science and Art)

Have you ever come across an entertaining personality quiz entitled the “Inkblot Test” while skimming through the Internet? If you have not come across this test yet, let me tell you about it.

Silver Lining
(Chemistry: Our Life, Our Future)

In Laymen terms, silver is classified among precious metals, which are attractive but not very chemically active.

Black, Brown, Red, or Yellow!
(Chemistry: Our Life, Our Future)

Hair coloring is very popular today, with over 75% of women coloring their hair and a growing percentage of men following suit. How does hair color work?

Dye Hard!
(Chemistry: Our Life, Our Future)

Woman: I wish I could turn back time and get my hair color back. Fairy: Don’t cry; the Hair Dye Fairy is here to make your wish come true.

Chemistry and Beauty
(Chemistry: Our Life, Our Future)

Women pay a lot of attention to their looks without considering the potential harm of using some products for a long time, the result of which may be the destruction of their beauty, or even illness.

What to Wear in Summer—that is the Question!
(Safe Summer)

Being aware of what you should wear in summer is very important to stay cool, comfortable and healthy.

Mirror, Mirror
(Technology and Inventions)

Our reflected images in the mirrors seem to have a lot of scientific fun.

It Is Not Always About Food: Sham el-Nessim
(The Scientist Inside You)

This year, why not make Sham el-Nessim more fun and carry out one or more science experiments with your children? 

The Taste of Color
(Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition)

 Companies spend so much money on the visual appearance of their products. However, how big a role does “color” in particular play on our perception of taste?

Eat Your Colors
(Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition)

Healthy eating is not only about how many servings of fruits and vegetables you eat, but also about how many colors you consume!

The Colors of Medication
(Health and the Human Body)

With the introduction of soft and hard gelatin capsules in the 1960s, colors invaded the pharmaceutical industry and have since had a major medical and commercial role to play. 

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