5 of The Greatest Scientists in History

Throughout different ages, science and scientists have always played an active role in history. This role affected various sides of peoples’ lives: economically, socially, and nationally. With scientific power, nations will be able to lead global economy by owning developed industries, and will also be able to develop their military …

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Praxilabs came 2nd in both the Africa 2018 Forum in Sharm El Sheikh and the Euromena Competition in Beirut

PraxiLabs was built, and is continuously developed and improved, by a dedicated team of programmers and education specialists who understand the importance of experimentation in science education. It aims to make scientific virtual labs accessible, usable, and affordable for educational institutions and schools. PraxiLabs does not only provide an immersive …

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The Most Famous Four Laboratory Accidents in History

Scientific laboratories contain dangerous chemicals such as strong acids, neurotoxins, in addition to various equipment such as natural gas-guzzling Bunsen burners, high-pressure cookers called autoclaves, and some types of explosive materials. Biology laboratories often contain infectious organisms, posing a threat to students and teachers. So there are some safety tips …

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The World Largest Physics Lab

Nuclear physics helps us better understand the universe. It is the the study of the structure and characteristics of the main building unit of the universe, the atom. The atomic structure gives us a clearer picture of the physical and chemical properties of elements and elementary particles. The European Organization for …

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Polymers as An Example of Chemistry Applications in Our Lives

Chemistry is a natural science that has existed since ancient times. Chemistry applications in ancient civilizations have been linked to mining, dying, medicine, and glassmaking. civilizations, including the ancient Egyptian, Babylonian and Indian, succeeded in using chemistry in practical ways in those fields, but they did not develop theoretical knowledge …

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