History of Ecology

Marine life consisting of coral reefs and fishes

Each and every one of us exists in a world, along with animals, plants, and other living organisms. Our world, as we know it, is constantly repeating a cycle of life, which reproduces lifeforms living together. A part of this cycle is the food chain, wherein humans are at the top and … Read more

History of Zoology

Linnaeus's table of the animal kingdom, 1935

Zoology is a branch of biology that studies the animal kingdom and animal life in general. It involves both the investigation of individual animals and their constituent parts, their molecular level, animal populations, Faunas, the relationship of animals to each other, to plants, and even to the non-living environment. Therefore, this broad … Read more

History of Mathematics

The Babylonian mathematical tablet, 1800 BC

Mathematics is a significant part of our lives; we see it every time whether we are aware of it or not. We might be aware of the standard math subject we have in school, but mathematics is much broader compared to what some people used to know. Furthermore, in our modern world, … Read more

History of Botany

A diagram of a eudicot, which is the most common type of plant

Our world is filled with a wide variety of plants, and each has a unique characteristic. Even before pre-historic times, plants are already present in our world, and throughout the years, people continue to take advantage of this incredible creation. Because of the diversity of plants, some people dedicate their lives to … Read more

History of Biology

A photo of a gazelle in the wild

All of us live in a world that can sustain life. Our planet is capable of supporting not just human life, but as well as animals, plants, and other organisms. It did a great job of sustaining lifeforms for billions of years. As time goes on, lifeforms on earth continue to co-exist … Read more

History of Natural Sciences

A volcanic eruption

Our world is full of science, which is present in our everyday lives. Several fields of science make up the entirety of the world we are living in, including what we see in nature, as well as things not seen. Furthermore, every living and non-living thing on our planet are all a … Read more

History of Ichthyology

Giant grouper along with schools of other fish

Our world is full of diverse animal species. These species range from land animals to flying animals, as well as those that live underwater. Because of the vast number of animal species, scientists went on a more specific scope of studies, which focuses on learning more in-depth knowledge about various animals. A … Read more

History of Acoustics

The fundamentals and the first six overtones of a vibrating string studied by Pythagoras

If you love music, playing instruments, or going to concerts, then you might be one of the many people that is curious as to how sound is produced. Listening to audio is tricky since it varies from a lot of factors, such as volume, pitch, bass, and many more. All of these … Read more

History of Optics

Dispersion of light

Natural phenomena come in various forms, which we often see every day.  Because of these phenomena, scientists dedicate time and effort to study the scientific principles behind them. Throughout the years, several scientists contributed to building the knowledge that we have in our modern world. Some phenomenon is a product of light, … Read more

History of Meteorology

General circulation of the Earth’s atmosphere

Every day, we experience various weather conditions that have a significant effect on our world. These weathers vary in their impact on our society, wherein some are essential to sustain life, while some bring disastrous effects to our surroundings. Despite all of these factors, the Earth’s constant-changing weather and climate are vital … Read more

History of Oceanography

Surface view of the Atlantic Ocean

Our oceans are undoubtedly incredible wonders of nature. It is vast, deep, and it is home to thousands of marine animals. The enormous size of the world’s ocean is a whopping 361.9 million square kilometers or 139.7 million square miles. This massive size covers roughly 70.9% of our planet’s surface and has … Read more

History of Seismology

seismogram record

Our world is home to several beautiful wonders of nature, including the tall mountains, green forests, vast oceans, and many more. Besides these magnificent sceneries, our planet also has incredible natural occurrences, which is essential in sustaining human life. However, among the natural occurrences here on Earth, some have a destructive force … Read more