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What are the Different Types of Crystals?

What are the Different Types of Crystals?

When we think about crystals, the first objects that come to our minds are the shiny pieces of jewelry like diamond rings, emeralds earrings, and ruby necklaces. However, those shiny and translucent stones aren’t the only crystals on Earth, as thFULL ARTICLE
How is Light Measured?

How is Light Measured?

It is often quite hard for us to imagine a world without light. The light that comes from light bulbs allows us to see at night, and sunlight provides humans, animals, and solar panels energy. Without light, we may not be able to move around our hoFULL ARTICLE
Strange and Unusual Scientific Theories

Strange and Unusual Scientific Theories

Science is considered one of the most logical and rational of human pastimes. Many people are always trying to invent, experiment, study, or think of something that will contribute to the world of science. In fact, there are a lot of bizarre scientifFULL ARTICLE

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The Amazing Origins of Aquaporin Water Filters

The Amazing Origins of Aquaporin Water Filters

Aquaporin, a membrane found in animal, plant, bacteria, and fungi cells, is considered “the plumbing system of the cell” because of its ability to transport water from one cell to another in rapid succession. Water is one of the most important coFULL ARTICLE
The Amazing Origins of the Mirasol Display

The Amazing Origins of the Mirasol Display

The Mirasol display is considered as one of the most revolutionary inventions in the modern era, as it allowed screens to have color without taking too much power from the devices that utilize them. While this particular type of display was populFULL ARTICLE
The Amazing Origins of the Biomimetic Skin Graft Adhesive

The Amazing Origins of the Biomimetic Skin Graft Adhesive

The Pomphorhynchuslaevis is a parasitic worm that if often found in certain freshwater amphipods like the Gammaruspulex, which serves as the host for the worms to get proper nutrients. The parasitic worms would often live in the gut wall of the aFULL ARTICLE

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Why Should Hospitals Be The Cleanest Place?

Why Should Hospitals Be The Cleanest Place?

It’s a simple logic, in short words, the hospitals should be the cleanest since people go there to recover health and not to be even more sick. Cleanliness, basic hygiene should be any hospital’s top priority considering various patients, germs, FULL ARTICLE
History of Genetics

History of Genetics

It may not be new to us, but we all have our resemblances to our parents. Our appearances have similarities, which make us common in one way or another. This biological phenomenon is possible through heredity. Heredity is the passing on of traits FULL ARTICLE
Guide to Cardiology

Guide to Cardiology

We often consider the heart as one of the most vital parts of our body. It is a muscular organ that is responsible for pumping blood through the blood vessels in the circulatory system. It serves as a life source for humans and other animals, and witFULL ARTICLE

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Are You Prepared for the AI and Robotic Revolution?

Are You Prepared for the AI and Robotic Revolution?

Artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics are inching their way to several areas in work, business and our lives in general. While the rest of the world has yet to really feel the effects of AI, it will not take too long before it becomes a daily – aFULL ARTICLE
What is a Cobot?

What is a Cobot?

The term “cobot,” also known as “co-robot,” is derived from the phrase “collaborative robot,” which is used to refer to robots intended to interact with humans physically and also share the same workspace. These new types of robots have a specFULL ARTICLE
What is the “Singularity” Concept in Artificial Intelligence?

What is the “Singularity” Concept in Artificial Intelligence?

The Singularity in artificial intelligence (AI) is the inflection point where machines advance beyond human intelligence and thus become self-sufficient.  Jon von Neumann first defined the term in the 1950s and it has been further advanced by welFULL ARTICLE

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The Brief History of Addiction - From Ancient Era to 21st Century

The Brief History of Addiction - From Ancient Era to 21st Century

The human brain has always been susceptible to external stimuli - the forces that not only conditioned them for a specific point in time but also contributed to the development of long-term dependency. Then, these dependency stimulants would turnFULL ARTICLE
Introduction to Gelotology

Introduction to Gelotology

Laughter is the best medicine. It is a popular saying that people use for many years. Not only is laughter good for our social health, but it is also a good way to boost our moods to start the day. Just by observing it, we can say that it brings FULL ARTICLE
History of Cartography

History of Cartography

Our world, as we know it today, has several features that we can often see in images. Because of these images or maps, we can visualize and appreciate the entirety of our planet, and we can also use them for directional purposes. The use of maFULL ARTICLE

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Who Were the Original Marvel Supervillains?

Who Were the Original Marvel Supervillains?

Every superhero has an archenemy. Spider-Man has Venom, Doctor Strange has Dormammu, and the X-Men have Magneto and his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. These heroes and villains would often fight multiple times, and some of their battles could last FULL ARTICLE
Who Were the Original Marvel Superheroes?

Who Were the Original Marvel Superheroes?

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is arguably the biggest movie series in the world today. Marvel Studios, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Studio, has currently produced 23 films for the MCU since 2008, and the number of movies they create willFULL ARTICLE
20 Classic Sci-Fi Posters

20 Classic Sci-Fi Posters

Science fiction posters are wonderful to look at because most of them contain great color combinations and a lot of different creatures. Today, science fiction movies have great posters and maybe it’s every graphic designer’s dream to create a sci-fiFULL ARTICLE

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Getting Children Involved in Science

Getting Children Involved in Science

Science is one of the subjects that are taught in almost every school in the world. The reason behind teaching science is for students to learn the basics of how things move and why elements in the Earth and the universe exist while also developing tFULL ARTICLE
What are the Main Fields of Science?

What are the Main Fields of Science?

The constant evolution of science has massively contributed to the advancement of human living on Earth. From being able to use vehicles through physics, to curing our illnesses hastily through medicine, science has truly helped us discover ways to mFULL ARTICLE
Simple Science Experiments Kids Can Do at Home

Simple Science Experiments Kids Can Do at Home

Science experiments are one of the best bonding activities you can do with your kids. It’s because children are born scientists and they are always experimenting with something like blowing bubbles when taking a bath or stacking blocks into a tower tFULL ARTICLE

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Pioneering Women Scientists

Pioneering Women Scientists

Most fields and industries – be it science, technology, business, or arts – are dominated by men. While THE contributions of men abound, the world of science wouldn’t be the same without the works of the pioneering women scientists. 1. Sally RidFULL ARTICLE
Interesting Facts About Marie Curie

Interesting Facts About Marie Curie

Marie Skłodowska Curie was a Polish-French physicist and chemist known for breaking down barriers in the male-dominated field of science and technology. The pioneer of radioactivity, Curie is regarded as one of the greatest scientists of all timeFULL ARTICLE
Fascinating Facts about the Bajau Sea Gypsies

Fascinating Facts about the Bajau Sea Gypsies

The Bajau people (or Sama-Bajau people) are an ethnic group of Maritime Southeast Asia. The population of the Sama-Bajau people are mostly concentrated in the southern Philippines, in Sabah in Malaysia, in North Kalimantan and Sulawesi in IndonesFULL ARTICLE

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History of the Space Suit

History of the Space Suit

For people wanting to be astronauts, the space suit is the dream suit. To wear a legitimate one is a high honor – it represents being one of the very few people on Earth worthy of going to space. If you’re fascinated with it, perhaps you have been cuFULL ARTICLE
Everyday Items That You Didn't Know Were Invented by NASA

Everyday Items That You Didn't Know Were Invented by NASA

Whenever you think of NASA, images of spaceships, astronauts in spacesuits and satellites may be the first things that come to mind, but there were actually plenty of other items developed, created or inspired by NASA that we currently use here eFULL ARTICLE
The Twelve Men Who Walked on the Moon

The Twelve Men Who Walked on the Moon

In 1969, the moon’s surface met the first human footprints. It’s already a long time ago since after it happened, but if you think about it, only 12 humans have ever landed on the moon until now. Yes, they’re 12, if you are not aware of that. FULL ARTICLE

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How Do Computers Generate Random Numbers?

How Do Computers Generate Random Numbers?

Even though computers are highly advanced these days, they actually cannot generate true random numbers on their own. Yes, they will be able to put up numbers in different orders, but that is not exactly “random.” In order for them to generate trFULL ARTICLE
What are DNA tests and are they useful at all?

What are DNA tests and are they useful at all?

With so much information out there, it is hard to determine whether or not you should take a DNA test. There are so many things to consider. Are they going to sell your data? Will the information you get back be worth the cost? Can DNA results help yFULL ARTICLE
Finding a Telescope That Won’t Break Your Budget

Finding a Telescope That Won’t Break Your Budget

Telescopes can help us see the beauty of the stars, constellations, and other celestial objects.  However, the price of some telescopes can be daunting and it is kind of difficult to start a hobby in astronomy when you’re on a budget. But not all of FULL ARTICLE
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