Articles (Communication)

Outside the Box
(Science Everywhere)

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


Things We Have Been Taught in School that are Not True (Part Two)
(Education)

In this day and age, any post, link, or photo we see we have to play Sherlock Holmes with, because a lot of the stuff out there is fake. 

Things We Have Been Taught in School that are Not True (Part One)
(Education)

There are misleading facts that have been passed down to us without anybody ever thinking about their origin or truth.

The Worldwide Work Web
(Science Everywhere)

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


Workaholism
(Science Everywhere)

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 Internet and Mind Control
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Does Facebook really connect people or provide an unrealistic version of reality? 


The Golden Touch
(Science Everywhere)

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!


Paranoia: The Downfall of Greatness
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Paranoia is a common disease that people, and perhaps entire communities, suffer from worldwide.


Home Automation
(Science Everywhere)

Now you can connect your home devices to your mobile, tablet, or PC via a Wi-Fi connection.


Botanic Talks
(Life Sciences)

Plantae is a seemingly silent kingdom; yet, it has milliards of secrets to tell.


Turning the Mind Inside Out
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

There are emotions we have all shared: joy, fear, anger, disgust, and sadness. Ever wonder where all those emotions really live?


Animals: Are They Smart?
(Life Sciences)

Animals are intelligent; they have good problem-solving skills and are very much aware of their surroundings.

Language and Society
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Most of us know the hilarious Egyptian play or the American musical, My Fair Lady; based on Shaw’s masterpiece, Pygmalion, which displays the connection between language and society.


Camouflage: Marine Hide and Seek
(Oceans and Marine Life)

Camouflage is a process through which animals change colors in accordance with the surrounding environment, becoming hardly distinguishable from it.


Terrestrial Hide and Seek
(Life Sciences)

Camouflage is a process through which animals change colors in accordance with the surrounding environment, becoming hardly distinguishable from it.


Color Psychology and Fashion
(Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health)

Do fashion designers have a clue about color psychology and adopt its principles when working on their new collection, or do they go merely for their passions and simple interests?


Vocal Learners and Evolution
(Life Sciences)

Several species make speech-like sounds, including whales, elephants, not to mention parrots; but, how do they make these human-like sounds?

Dr. Taher Elgamal
(The People of Science: Scientists and Inventors)

After World War II, people realized that sharing secret keys was the most difficult thing to do. As a result, the notion of public key cryptography was developed in the late 1970s at MIT and Stanford Universities, basically to be able to share keys secretly at a lower cost. Since then, the industry of cryptography has blossomed.


High Tech to the Help
(Education)

Among the potential solutions to deal with the overarching educational problems that Africa faces nowadays is technology; as in computers, cellphones, satellites, ... etc.

Google’s Classroom
(Education)

A new tool developed by the technology mogul lately as part of its Google for Education apps suite, Google Classroom is designed to help teachers communicate more effectively with students.

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