Category: Biology

The Complex World of Ants and Their Sweet Tooth

June 11, 2024

If a little tea is spilled on the table, it won’t be long before you see ants swarming around. If containers holding sweet items aren’t properly sealed, ants will quickly find their way inside. But how do ants from distant places detect sweetness and precisely locate it? Ants use two primary methods to find sweets:…

Sperm Bots: A Breakthrough in Fertility Treatment

June 10, 2024

What are they? Let’s explain. Sperm bots are tiny nanorobots designed to aid individuals struggling with infertility. These spiral-shaped robots navigate through semen, much like a small snake, targeting and assisting less motile sperm. Upon locating a sperm cell, the sperm bot captures it within its spiral body, carrying it towards the egg for fertilization….

Lidar Technology

August 7, 2023

Lidar is a sophisticated technology for detection and ranging light. In any mysterious forest, its laser penetrates from top to bottom and turns geographical data into images. They are mainly used to study the forest area, but sometimes they discover many ruins of ancient cultures and pyramids. Human culture is very complex. Because archaeologists say…

Welcome to Socotra Island ,The alien looking world

July 31, 2023

Want to feel like you’re on another planet? Head straight to the aforementioned archipelago. It is a UNESCO heritage site. Lying between Yemen and Africa. It is believed to have emerged when Arabia separated from Africa 15 to 20 million years ago. It is still with the African plate. About 40% of the plant species…

Klein-Levin Syndrome (Sleeping Beauty Syndrome) is a disease that causes people to sleep for weeks on end…

July 29, 2023

A rare disease that affects only one in a million people worldwide and has yet to be treated. Some may think that sleeping is not a good arrangement… But wrong…. Most people diagnosed with this disease sometimes develop temporary brain damage After waking up, they don’t remember anything. Getting up during sleep to go to…

Some famous self-asked questions that changed the world

June 26, 2023

If an apple falls, then does the moon also fall?By Isaac Newton.led to the theory of gravity How do organisms transmute information about their features over a thousand generations?By Charles Darwinled to the theory of evolution How does a single organism transmit information to its off spring over a single generation?By Gregor Mendelled to the…

After many years of efforts, the government has finally given permission for Elon Musk’s Neuralink to be implanted in humans. Will break further.

June 3, 2023

What is Neuralink? A small chip implanted in the brain. Instead of the display on the phone, the visuals go directly to our brain, and the sounds go directly to the brain. Movies can be seen in giant size. Will phones disappear from the world? Will we all become cyborgs?

The owner of the brain in this photo is a woman named Cameron Mott. This woman only has half a brain

May 30, 2023

The other half of her brain had to be removed when she was four years old due to seizures. With this half-brain she later lived beautifully. How did this happen? Not that Cameron needs half a brain. Instead, the remaining half of Cameron’s brain took over the functions of the missing part.That is, all the…

Alice in Wonderland syndrome

May 8, 2023

Has anyone heard of a disease called Alice in Wonderland Syndrome? Isn’t there curiosity in the name itself? The scientific world has given the name ‘Alice in Wonderland Syndrome’ to an extremely rare disease that affects the nerves. It is also known by the acronym AWS/AIWS. Doctors say that this is a temporary phenomenon in…

Why do Hens only lay eggs during the day?

May 1, 2023

The hen, which is raised by humans worldwide for eggs and meat, is a species of bird in the subfamily Phasianina of the Phasianidae family. The domestic fowls seen today are the descendants of domesticated red fowls. Chickens lay eggs up to 300 days a year compared to other birds. Chickens only lay eggs during…