Articles (Egypt)

Milestone Nobel Prizes in Chemistry: Ahmed Zewail and Femtochemistry
(Inventions and Innovations)

On this day, renowned chemist Ahmed Zewail was born; an extraordinary scientist who cared about the world and made contribution to society.


Before Newton, there was Al-Hazen
(Inventions and Innovations)

Ibn al-Haytham was an Arab scientist who birthed the scientific method; he was a genuine polymath, a controversial figure, and a brilliant mind.

The Long-Awaited Virus-C Cure
(Health and Diseases)

There has been many speculations about recently discovered medications to cure hepatitis-C patients. Thus, it is our duty to shed light on and investigate the effectiveness of these medications, as well as the global efforts exerted to vanquish the disease in the very near future.


Oh, If I Could Fly
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Birds are on the move as annual migration is an integral part of the avian life-cycle. They fly tens of thousands of kilometers in search for more convenient ecological conditions, safer habitats, food, and mating grounds. 


Egypt: The Beginning
(Earth Sciences)

This fertile land, Egypt, daughter of the Nile, irrigated by its waters for thousands of years, was not in that remote past the land we know now. 


Samia Eltemtamy: An Egyptian Scientist and Pioneer of Human Genetics
(Inventions and Innovations)

Children suffering from severe cases attracted Prof. Samia's attention, and she realized that genetics is the key to solving these mysteries.


Archeology from Space
(Earth Sciences)

Satellite Archaeology is a method for mapping and monitoring potential archaeological sites using high resolution satellites.


Maker Movement: From Candy Molds to 3D Printers
(Education, Business, and Society)

Everyone has once created something; it is not new for humans to innovate solutions and share new paths with others; we are all makers.


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?


Hazardous Workplaces
(Education, Business, and Society)

Working in hazardous areas entails several risks, from injuries to losing lives, hazards can occur sometimes in unlikely areas.


Smoked Herring Fish Manufacturing; Advantages and Disadvantages
(Food, Mood, and Behavior)

This year, Sham el-Nessim coincides with the holy month of Ramadan; have you ever tried eating herring fish on fasting days before?

From Papyrus to E-Paper (1)
(Inventions and Innovations)

Paper has gone through a long journey, and technology has only transformed that craft into a highly technical industry.


Ancient Egyptian Cuisine
(Food, Mood, and Behavior)

The fertile soil of Egypt was an essential factor in helping ancient Egyptians farm a wide range of crops, which was positively reflected on the Egyptians’ health in general.


Amelia Edwards: The Godmother of Egyptology
(Inventions and Innovations)

An extraordinarily talented woman who excelled in music, art, writing, and public speaking. English novelist, journalist, traveler, and Egyptologist, Amelia Edwards was born in London in 1831.


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