Human Head Transplant: Possibilities and Challenges
Given access to the right technology, it is possible to transplant the most complex organ of the human body, the head.
Russians Hacked Us!
WE GOT HACKED by Russian hackers. The hackers are demanding a ransom. But why?
০১/০৩/২০০৯ হচ্ছে সেই সময় যখন মানবসভ্যতা অর্থনৈতিক সেক্টর ও ব্যবসায়িক লেনদেনের উন্নতির ব্যাপারে ভাবতে শুরু করে।
Why Science, Politics, and Business are Inseparable
"Politics should not indulge with science” - is a misleading statement. Science is inherently political. Also, big corporations, organizations have to comply with politicians to save their business interests.
Blood: The Fluid of Life
Blood is a connective tissue, and just like any other connective tissue, it is mainly composed of extracellular matrix and cells.
Beirut Explosion and Ammonium Nitrate: What Caused the Devastating Explosion
Even though ammonium nitrate itself is pretty much stable, it acts as a strong oxidizing agent. In simple words, it acts as a good source of oxygen.
Traditional Architecture in Morocco
Morocco has a vast architectural diversity. It has its roots in Spanish-Moorish art. An art that continues to gleam in several Moroccan and foreign monuments.
The Ultimate Guide to Perspective: Definition, Types, Rules, and History
Perspective has not always been known to artists. The word perspective derives from the Latin word "perspicere," meaning “to see through.” It is the art of representing three-dimensional objects or spaces on a two-dimensional surface through a set of very specific rules.
Bioelectricity and Brain-Computer Interface: Fusion of Biology with Technology
Whenever we are thinking, doing, or conducting any activity, it produces synchronized bioelectrical impulses through neurons. The pattern of electrical impulses does not stay at a static state. It keeps changing as our level of cognitive processing and consciousness alters continuously.
5 Must See European Monuments
Are you planning to spend your next vacation in Europe and not sure where to visit? Fear not as we will present you with 5 must-see monuments in Europe.
The Romanesque and the Gothic Architectural Styles
Romanesque art was strongly inspired by Roman architecture and adopted the semicircular vault. It is a semi-circle with a central stone called the "keystone."
Microbial Flora: Virus
Viruses are acellular obligate pathogens. They lack most of the cellular components and are entirely dependent on their host for replication.
Microbial Flora: Fungi
Fungi are unicellular or multicellular heterotrophic organisms. They are important both in terms of their economic and ecological role.
Philosophy of Logic
Logic is a tool to create valid reasoning. We cannot pass a single day without logic and reasoning. It is the study of the forms of inference.
Rise of Electronics
The modern history of electronics began with the invention of diodes which later evolved to be an integral part of our daily life.
Does a Work of Art Need to be Beautiful?
A piece of art is a dynamic entity which possesses different meaning to different observer. To understand the definition of beauty, we have to question the very reality of art itself.
"Hygge," the Danish Recipe for Happiness
Hygge is a Danish concept for a mood of coziness and comfortable conviviality with feelings of wellness and contentment.
IR Therapy in Pain Relief
Body pain is getting more familiar with elderly people. One of the ways we can treat pain is by using IR therapies. But, how does it work? Let's find out.
MRI Principles: Imaging the Body
In healthcare industry, MRI plays an important role in disease screening and imaging. But what's the underlying mechanism of MRI? Let's find out.
Top 3 Places to Visit in the Philippines
If you are wondering what should be your next travel destination, Philippines is your best choice. Here's why.
How to Say No
Saying no is harder than saying yes. It means our opinion on the subject is different than the other party. So, how can we say no effectively?
The beauty of coral reefs has eluded sea lovers for centuries. But what is so special about coral reefs? Let's find out
Experts believe that around 75 percent of the world’s population has lactose intolerance. But what is it actually and how does it affect our health?
Living Light: The Science of Bioluminescence
Bioluminescence is the production of light by a living organism. Two chemicals react with each other yielding a high energy compound that releases energy as light to its surroundings.
Aerodynamics in Aviation
Aerodynamics allows an aircraft to overcome gravity, and drag, both of which are the resistance an aircraft faces as it moves through the air.