Freelance science journalist based in Montreal, Canada
Morality of CRISPR-Cas 9
Last week the committee of Nobel Prize in chemistry announced the 2020 winners of the most prestigious scientific award.
Similar Elections: Iran 2009 Vs U.S. 2020
If you try to find two persons in the world who are apparently are opposite side of each other probably you couldn’t find any better example than President Trump and former president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Silence accomplices and sexual harassment
Recently, result of a study published about the sexual harassment against the women journalists in Iran. The study has conducted by "Asr-e-Ertebatat" monthly magazine.
Injured shoulder of the hunter
Betelgeuse, formally known as the brightest star of the constellation Orion, acting weirdly lately. Some consider this behavior as an indicator for imminent, chaotic and magnificent death of Betelgeuse. But astronomers are not sure about it.
A Few Remarks About Canada Election 2019
Monday, October 21st, Canadians cast their ballots to chose their representatives in the Parliament, and decided the fate of Canada's next government.
Bumpy Road into Stars
Ad Astra, which means into stars in Latin, was a surprising movie for me. It actually surprised me twice. The first time was when I realized that such a movie exists.
The Man Who Refused to Hide Behind a Mask
Once, Oscar Wilde wrote "Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth."
An Exoplanet with Water
In the last few days, the world of science news has experienced fantastic excitement. Two research groups published their results about an extrasolar planet. And, based on their result this ‘Super-Earth’, which orbits its star in the ‘habitable zone’ could have water molecules in its atmosphere.