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Can You Store Your Data in DNA

The recording of data in all aspects of life is one of the most important elements of the present technological progress we are witnessing. Data storage allows the recording of all types of updates: scientific, social, historical, artistic, etc., which helps researchers and thinkers to continue the development and construction, …

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    Currents War and Its History

    In this article, we discuss the story of the famous conflict in the scientific community, known as the Currents War. The two heroes of this story are Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison. But let us first understand what electricity is and what the concept, types, and importance of electrical currents …

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      Subatomic Particles and Their Famous Types

      The world is still full of mysteries that we have not yet discovered, and scientists are still trying to understand the nature of this wondrous universe around us. From the structure of the atoms to the details of the supergalactic coordinate systems, our human mind is still incapable of understanding …

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        3 Most Important Physics Equations in History

        Physics is the science of nature It is a science that aims to understand how the universe works around us, starting from the atoms to the giant galaxies. It is concerned with studying basic concepts such as energy, force, speed, time, and mass of materials and movement. Through physics equations, …

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          Artificial Intelligence from Science Fiction Movies to Writing Scientific Textbooks

          In a precedent, Springer Nature has published the first academic book written using an artificial intelligence algorithm (AI) under the title Lithium-Ion Batteries, A Machine-Generated Summary of Current Research. This event is a clear example of the potential of artificial intelligence in the field of writing, as it is the …

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            Top 5 Search Engines for Scientific Research

            Internet has played a very important role in serving researchers and scientists in various fields as tool for distance learning by providing many scientific sources that are accessible at any time and place. In this article, we will address 5 of the most important scientific search engines on the internet. …

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              The Concept of The Teaching Methods and Teaching Techniques and Their Most Important Forms in The current Ages

              The educational process all over the world must undergo continuous development and modernization. It uses all modern techniques to keep up with the technology of the current age and its requirements. It is essential that students are constantly informed about the new updates to helps them increase their creativity. Therefore, …

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                Distance learning (Its concept, history, main principles, and techniques)

                Modern communication tools have helped in creating new educational styles that serve the educational system in an innovative manner, free them from the constraints of time and space, and address their economic, political and social problems. Distance learning is considered as one of the most important of these new educational …

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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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                    Introduction to Nanotechnology and Its Most Important Applications in Various Fields

                    What is Nanotechnology? During his speech, almost 60 years ago, Richard Feynman asked: “What would happen if we could arrange the atoms, one by one, in the way we want?” He was the first one to envision the idea of nanotechnology. During the next 30 years, microscopes were being developed, …

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