Articles

Intensive Farming
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Intensive farming is an agricultural intensification and mechanization system that aims to maximize yields from available land.


Ulcers: Undercover Enemy
(Health and Diseases)

We try to raise awareness of oral ulcers and importance of examination and treatment if turned cancerous, and maintaining oral health.


My Children are Leaving (Short Story)
(Science Fun Time: Stories and Activities)

Environment said, "My children intend to leave." Climate, Air, Soil and Water exclaimed, "Who is leaving?", while Creatures remained silent.



Movie Review: The Social Dilemma
(Science in Arts and Culture)

The Social Dilemma is a two-time Emmy-winning Netflix docudrama about the damaging societal impact of social media.

How to Break Bad News to Your Child?
(Education, Business, and Society)

We go through difficult events in our lives and some circumstances force us to tell our children about them; what is the best way to do so? 

The Neutrino: A Medium between the Space and Us
(Physical and Chemical Sciences)

Over the past decades, scientists have discovered particles and waves that come from space, which have helped better understand the universe.


A Childhood Dream: Can We Talk to Animals Like Dr. Dolittle?
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Scientists have always sought to decode animal languages; thanks to technological advancements and AI, this dream may become a reality.

2023 Top Medical Research Achievements
(Health and Diseases)

A few days ago, we bid farewell to 2023; a year that witnessed numerous achievements in the medical field, we share some of them.


From Horseback to Horsepower
(Microorganism, Animal and Plant Life)

Horses provided the first means of fast travel and allowed long-range mobility, which helped trade, migration, and cultural interaction to flourish.


Louis Braille: Creative Mind Lit the Way for Millions
(Inventions and Innovations)

Braille lost his sight at the age of three. Despite his blindness, he was very intelligent and created a new simple system at the age of fifteen years old.


Can Vision Boards Help You Achieve New Year’s Goals?
(Education, Business, and Society)

Top influencers and media personalities have been talking about the power of vision boards; but, are they legit or a social media fad?

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.


Environment and Climate are Life
(Science Fun Time: Stories and Activities)

As Environment woke up early in the morning, as usual, she heard a voice addressing her: Has your joy made you forget your brother Climate?


The History and Evolution of Chatbots
(Computers and Information Technology)

Chatbots are designed applications to imitate a human dialogue; in this article, we explore the turning points in this story of evolution.

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.

Good and Evil in Light of Authority and Obedience
(Education, Business, and Society)

While we grow up believing in certain ideas and concepts, psychological experiments may change our points of view with shocking results.


Soils: A Brief Profile
(Earth Sciences)

As early as agriculture emerged about 12,000 years ago, soil has established its status as a primary element of life on Earth, just like water.


Artificial Blood: A New Medical Era
(Health and Diseases)

Medical research never ceases to find solutions for fixing harmed organs; however, one might have never thought that our blood could be replaced.


Mars: The Red Shy Neighbor
(Astronomy and Space Sciences)

Being the closest planet to Earth, Mars has always been looked at as the big red apple in space exploration. 

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