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Genetic Engineering in Humans: Between the Pros and Cons of that Magical Technique!

Genetic Engineering in Human

Last Updated on April 11, 2023 by Sara Assem Try to mention the expression of genetic engineering in humans among a bunch of people, or a community gathering. Now try to escape the endless amount of questions, hurdles, and debates that will arise. technical  Since their first days, genetic engineering, gene modification, and traits selection have always been controversial and …

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Most Famous Oxidation and Reduction Reactions Explained with 20+ Examples

know all about oxidation and reduction reactions with examples

Last Updated on May 25, 2023 by Sara Assem Chemistry is the branch of science where interactions and reactions between elements, atoms, electrons, molecules, and many other particles, is mainly considered and studied. One of the most famous reactions widely abundant and occurring in chemistry, and in our day-to-day life, is the topic of this article: the process of oxidation …

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Discover Our 25 New Virtual Science Experiments and Features

25 New Virtual Science Experiments and Amazing Features Arrived to Your Virtual Science Lab

Last Updated on June 20, 2022 by Mostafa New virtual science experiments are launched on our website to provide you, schools and higher education, with an all-in-one portal of 3D science simulations! Doing online virtual science experiments in a virtual lab simulation allows students to learn from just about anywhere, home, library, or virtual computer labs. In the traditional labs, …

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Discover the World of Balanced and Unbalanced Forces with 20+ Examples and Q&A

Balanced and unbalanced forces.. fully explained with 20+ examples and Q&A

Last Updated on May 13, 2024 by Zinab Hasssan “Force” is one of the very essential terms used in physics. Every time and everywhere we—as scientists, or as a public crowd—are about to observe or examine a phenomenon closely, we find that a force is controlling or resulting in that phenomenon. Forces are instinctively different from each other; they have …

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