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How one Turkish astronomer discovered a completely new kind of galaxy
From Ankara to Arizona, Burçin Mutlu-Pakdil fixes her sights on the faintest stars in the night skies.
How border walls trick the human brain and psyche
Geopolitical walls cause people to form mental walls, triggering a cascade of emotional reactions.
Social media’s political role got its start in the Middle East
We're only beginning to feel the full effects.
SESAME Hopes To Transcend Borders With Groundbreaking Science
A Middle East synchrotron experiment is looking for proposals
The Middle East Is In The Middle Of A Horrific Heat Wave
Politics aren't the only hot topic in Iran
CDC Confirms First Case of MERS Within U.S.
Above: Scientists recently linked MERS to a virus in camels, according to this CNN report in late April 2014. A … Continued
Inside The World’s Most Ambitious Eco-City
Why would a petro-state erect a solar-powered eco-metropolis in the middle of the Arabian desert? To change the world.
YouTube Launches Face Blurring Tool to Keep Protesters Anonymous
Recent events have shown how social networks can help world unrest get witnessed globally. YouTube was a major player in … Continued
How Activist Data Mining Is Penetrating the Veil Around Syria’s Bloody Conflict
Amid highly confusing death-toll reports, technology offers answers
How a Pentagon Program and a Hacker Assisted a Revolution
When Jacob Appelbaum spoke at a workshop for Arab bloggers in Beirut in 2009, he knew his audience would pay … Continued