Scientific articles

Space Diseases Could Threaten Life on Earth, Scientists Warn

Researchers have discovered that extraterrestrial germs are more dangerous than terrestrial ones, highlighting a new alien risk in our relationship with space. While the world keeps battling the Covid-19 pandemic, scientists from the Universities of Aberdeen and Exeter have discovered that our bodies wouldn’t stand a chance against germs in outer space. The paper details how the immune system of ...

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The Innovation of a Biomaterial to Print Blood Vessels with 3D Printer

Scientists were able to innovate a new protein material able to self-assemble with high-tech graphene-oxide that can be used as a bioink to print blood vessels in a three-dimension printer. According to “Nature Communications” magazine, scientists from USA, Italy, Spain and Ukraine have invented a method of printing tubular 3D structures that have living vascular tissues’ characteristics. This new used ...

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Not magic, science! Researchers develop system to produce electricity out of air !

Researchers have achieved the seemingly impossible by producing electricity out of thin air. The remarkable system uses an incredibly thin film of protein Nano-wires and a little bit of air, and voila, voltage! Decades ago, scientists discovered an unusual microbe, G. Sulfurreducens, which can not only produce magnetite without oxygen, but it can also make bacterial Nano-wires that conduct electricity. ...

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The University of Germany grants the full mark to a Syrian who has submitted a project about reconstructing Syria

The Damascus architectural touch was not lost in the project presented by a Syrian student at the University of Hanover, Germany, which was about the reconstruction of cities destroyed in the war in Syria.  (Maher Daaboul) is a Syrian young man from Damascus, who studied architecture in Syria until he reached the fifth year, and because of the war he ...

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Gravitational Waves Explain How the Universe Avoided Self-Destruction

Why has not the universe destroyed itself as a result of collision with the antimatter ? Gravitational waves will help you find the answer and validate the hypothesis that unknown particles and one-dimensional virtual wires saved it. According to Physical Review Letters, when matter and anti-matter collide, they turn into rays, and the space was not so vast in the ...

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Oxford publishes research paper for a rare surgical operation at Al-Basel Hospital, Tartous

The British University of “Oxford” published for the second time a research paper for surgery, the first of its kind, which was conducted in the “General Authority of Al-Basel Hospital” in Tartous and is entitled “A rare case of hemorrhagic gastrointestinal stromal tumor  relapsing locally:  therapeutic challenges and review of warning signs of relapse”. Dr. “Shawqi Mahmoud” – Department of ...

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A Syrian Youth Receives the Best Innovation Award for the Technological Projects Category in Russia

The Syrian young man (Basil Suleiman) won the prize for the best innovation in the top (50) innovative ideas competition in the fields of technology, economics, education, and society which was held in the city of (Kazan) in Russia, where thousands of students, teachers, researchers, and academics from both the Russian Federation and abroad came to compete. Suleiman, a PhD ...

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Creating “Living Robots” from “African Frog” that Could Destroy Cancer Cells !

Tiny “Living robots” named (Xenobots) have been created from frog embryos and they could be used to destroy cancer cells or remove microplastics from the oceans. They were developed by researchers from Vermont University and Tufts University who adapted stem cells taken from the embryo of the African frog (Xenopus Laevis). The tiny robots can be programmed to perform a ...

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Swedes replace identity cards with under skin planted chips

Thousands of people in Sweden planted a small chip under their skin, to facilitate their lives, and give up the idea of carrying their IDs or entry cards to gyms, or even to their workplaces, but this is not without the dangers on data that comes along. During the past three years, about (3) thousands of Swedes have planted these ...

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Inventing the Fastest Object in the Universe

Scientists at the American University of Bordeaux have invented the fastest object in the universe, which is designed to measure the frictional force that arises from quantum fluctuations. Science Alert Magazine reports that this object is constituted of atoms of silica nanoparticles (silicon dioxide), in the shape of dumbbells flying in the vacuum, of a (150) nanometers diameter and around ...

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