Sherouk Badr Shehata

Sherouk Badr Shehata, is a senior scientific content creator and a theoretical physics MA student from Egypt. Being a physics & astronomy graduate, Sherouk started off her career in 2017 as a scientific translator & content creator, while that was also preceded by two years of volunteering in the same field. Sherouk's experiences reached out to many reputable foreigner organizations and companies in both the fields of scientific translation & publishing, such as: Pearson Middle East in UAE, Kitab Sawti in Sweden, I Believe in Science in Lebanon, in addition to many Egyptian companies, and PraxiLabs on the top of this list. Throughout her writings, Sherouk aims to flawlessly raise the quality of the delivered scientific content, and aspires to create rich and interesting pieces, in both Arabic and English. She is also keen on encouraging and pushing students, parents, & people in general to read more in science, and especially natural sciences, as she believes that science and art are the master keys to nations' progression and flourishment.

Einstein’s Theory of Relativity: Understanding General and Special Relativity

Last Updated on December 22, 2022 by Sherouk Badr Shehata One of the most famous and revolutionary scientific theories of the 20th century is Einstein’s theory of relativity. It was proposed by the German-born physicist, Albert Einstein, in 1905 and has since then been accepted as a fundamental theory of physics. This theory has brought about a radical transformation in …

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Taq Polymerase: The Key to PCR Testing

The PCR Test and Taq Polymerase

Last Updated on November 16, 2022 by Sherouk Badr Shehata The PCR test is a method of amplifying specific DNA sequences using taq polymerase. This technique was first developed in the 1980s and has since revolutionized biology testing. Prior to PCR, only small amounts of DNA could be isolated and analyzed from samples. However, PCR allows for the amplification of …

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Free-Body Diagrams– How to Exclusively Chart the Path of an Object’s motion

Last Updated on November 15, 2022 by Sara Assem Have you ever wondered how physicists create free-body diagrams? What about economists or biologists? All of these professionals use specific symbols to chart the motion of an object. The importance and virality of free-body diagrams (FBD) in physics are beyond description. Free-body diagrams emerged since Newton’s laws of motion stretched out …

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Discover the Magic of Elasticity and Hooke’s Law

Hooke's law and Elasticity

Last Updated on November 15, 2022 by Sara Assem A true wonder of humanity’s creative mind and engineering is the spring! With its many different forms and specific functions—the coil spring, the compression spring, the extension spring, the torsion spring, and more—our mankind was offered the chance to fabricate and invent many more useful objects. This man-made revolution of tools …

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