Articles (Work)

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?

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.


Beyond Walls
(Science at Work)

Some production activities have historically taken the form of bringing groups of individuals together for specific projects.

Architectural Acoustics
(Science and Art)

Good architectural acoustics is not a luxury; it is a necessity. It impacts everything; from employee productivity in the office settings, to the market value of real estate.


How Sustainable Is The Fashion Industry?
(Environment and Us)

When we talk about protecting the environment and sustainability, for the most part we do not talk about the fashion industry. 


Smart Techniques for Smarter Education
(Science at Work)

Teachers use different tools to facilitate their hard profession; one of which is the writing board, which is the oldest and best known tool.

Outside the Box
(Science at Work)

Outsourcing can be a smart business decision if done correctly, but it can also be detrimental to business.


The Worldwide Work Web
(Science at Work)

Each wave of technology overturns its predecessor but the development of computing technologies is more than a chain of innovation.


A Letter to a Young Scientist
(Brilliant Young Minds)

I am writing to you today because I was informed that you have chosen science for a career. Well, congratulations my dear!


E-Education
(Education)

In 21st-century economy, higher levels of educational attainment correlate to higher earnings; skills and fields of training are an important currency in job markets.

Working with Nature
(Environment and Us)

We all have different jobs that impact our societies differently, bur have you ever thought what it would be like if you have a job that mainly aims at protecting and conserving nature?


Sleeping during Working Hours!
(Science at Work)

I visited Japan in 2001 on a scientific mission; after going through my visit's program, I was surprised to see sleeping cabins to use during working hours!


Workaholism
(Science at Work)

How can we find out if we are addicted to work, and how can we get rid of this addiction to live a normal life devoid of any psychological issues?

The Golden Touch
(Science at Work)

In Greek mythology, King Midas had asked the god Dionysus for the ability to turn everything he touched into gold; when he was granted his wish, he thought he had good fortune. Yet, he soon came to regret making that wish!


Ergonomics: The Simple Secrets of Success
(Science at Work)

Whether it is an office job or any other job that requires physical work, clearly, providing employees with a better work environment increases their productivity and job satisfaction.

Ring Ring! Wake Up!
(Inventions and Inventors)

The earliest alarm clock dates back to around 250 BCE, and was invented by the Greeks.


Al-Karaji and the Secrets of Hydrology
(Science of the Arabs)

Inbat al-miyah al-khafiya is an excellent manual on the supplies of hydraulic water; it was written by Abu Bakr Muhammed Al-Karaji. Besides its main interest in hydrology, it contains a discussion of many topics related to the geography of the globe, various remarks on soil types and nature, as well as paying great attention to surveying techniques.


Theory of Multiple Intelligences
(Education)

The “Multiple Intelligences” is a theory introduced by Harvard Professor, Howard Gardner, in which he identifies eight different types of intelligences that each individual has the capacity to possess.

Sleep: Getting a Good Night’s Worth
(Human Health)

Like good nutrition and exercise, adequate sleep is part of a healthy lifestyle. Sleep deprivation is an unrecognized cause of many problems. 


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