• حلقة بحث

    Ageing of human’s body

    إعداد
    لين ابراهيم
    الثاني عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    خالدية برو

    يقدّم هذا البحث معلومات حول آليات حدوث الشيخوخة والعوامل التي تسرّع من الإصابة بها إضافة إلى موجز من أحدث الأبحاث التي أجريت في محاولة القضاء عليها أو تأخيرها والحد من مظاهرها من خلال تقنيات مختلفة، ورغم أن ظاهرة الشيخوخة بحث متفرع لا يُستصاغ بسهولة إلّا أنه لا بد من طرحه والاطّلاع عليه ولو لمعرفة موجز العموميّات، فهي أصبحت علم قائم بحدّ ذاته يطلق عليه علم الشيخوخة وهو يتضمن الدراسات البيولوجيّة التي تستهدف الكشف والتعرف على أسباب الشيخوخة للسيطرة عليها بما يمكّن الإنسان من الحياة بصحة جيدة أطول فترة ممكنة.

    الثاني عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    خالدية برو

    Ageing of human’s body

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  • حلقة بحث
    99%

    EARTH 2.0

    إعداد
    أمير نجار
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    وفاء صبيحة

    Is it true that we are finding new planets that are similar to Earth’s specifications?

    -Is it possible to live there?

    -What is the famous spacecraft that is finding such planets?

    -Who is Earth’s Older Cousin? Can we move and live there?

    -Is this planet larger or smaller than Earth? Is its distance from its star the same as the distance between Earth and Sun?

    -Are there any forms of life on this planet? Or we could implant forms of life in this planet?

    -Is this planet a rocky world in the first place?

    -We’re going to discuss all this in this Seminar.

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    وفاء صبيحة

    EARTH 2.0

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث

    The universe

    إعداد
    إبراهيم السمر
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    وفاء صبيحة

    The universe” a big word that we heard it but...What the mining of it???We knew that we live into it but... How it’s look like?? Aball, asquare,a tube …

    What things did it make off?? How did the scientist find itsshape??  Who is the one who had the honor of find it?? We heard about the universal constant and universal equals but how we can describe anything by an equal    ??

    Also,

    In the future can we find other people in other world???

    We heard about other universes and copy of everybody in them.

    But they are all made of atoms: protons, electrons, neutrons.

    Maybe there are smaller things like atoms of atoms.

    Or not, maybe strings, bower.

    These questions are things that I ask myself about and I worked to find thereasonand theexplanationand I put it into this research.

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    وفاء صبيحة

    The universe

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث

    Communication devices

    إعداد
    يزن الشاعر
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    All of us know what Technology is, because we use it all the time especially in this time, our life becomes Electronic life because we cannot leave our Mobiles or Laptops or the Television especially World Wide Web (Internet). Nobody of us spend a day without using the (Internet).

    Some of these technologies are Communication devices which are now in the palm of almost everybody's hand.

    What is the Definition of Communication Devices?

    Communication devices are some kind of a Hardware device capable of transmitting an analog or digital signal over the telephone or other communication means wiredly, or wirelessly.

    The best example of a communication device is a computer modem, which is capable of sending and receiving a signal to allow computers to connect to other computers over the telephone, other examples of communication devices include a Network Interface Card (NIC), Wi-Fi devices, and an access point. Below is a picture of some of the different types of Wi-Fi devices that are all examples of a communication device.

    All of that was the definition of the communication devices but how did it started or how did we use it? Is it useful all the time or it has something dangerous to us let ussee? We will answer these questions in the following lines.

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Communication devices

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث

    PLUTO (The ninth planet)

    إعداد
    علي العلي
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Many billion years ago, our world was created in strange conditions that we still do not know.

    So the modern scientists are trying to solve this problem by suggestingmany theories one of them was the most popular all over the world (THE BIG BANG theory).

    This theory described the creation of the world in a sequenceof logical scientific operations,which produced the current world with galaxies, stars and planets.

    Our galaxy named (MILK WAY) and our planet “The Earth” is one of nine planets in this galaxy. However, we will focus on the ninth planet (Pluto) which is the last planet in our galaxy and we will discuss the fact if it is planet or notand we will present some questions and try to answer it.

    • When was Pluto discovered?
    • What is it?
    • How many moons doesit have?
    • How many years does it take to complete one turn around the sun?
    • Why isit bright?
    • What is the distance between it and the Sun?
    • In which belt is it travelling?

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    PLUTO (The ninth planet)

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  • حلقة بحث

    How to present a seminar

    إعداد
    عبادة الازكي
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    seminar is a kind of presentation , and presentation skills are required in professional life.

    Seminar is a way to explain a subject which has an academic content either scientific or literary , and the explanation is for an  audience who is interested in the idea.

    In  this research…. I’m going to talk about the basic steps to perform a good and successful seminar which is a big deal for the students and for the people who are teachers or professors .

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    How to present a seminar

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث

    SCANDINAVIAN MYTHOLOGY

    إعداد
    مجد عليا
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

     

    The Scandinavian mythology or the Norse mythology (its common name) is one of the greatest myths among the history of the European

    nations according to the large area it spread in, the civilizations that believed in it and the accomplishments of the ones who believed in it and got motivated by its precepts.The Vikings and the people of Germania had an unusual believing and had an alternative way to imagine the universe. So how did it impact their culture, habits and life?

    The mythology spread all over Europe and other regions from green land to eastern Europeso how come and why that happened?

    How did they imagine the genesis and how was it so reasonable thatall of them believed in it?And was it just a myth or an entire religion?

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    SCANDINAVIAN MYTHOLOGY

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث

    FREEMASONRY

    إعداد
    الكوثر حسين
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Freemasonry is a dangerous union , once you say its name you’ll notice anxious people. Once you start talking about it, you’ll hear people counting its machinations.

    Freemasonry pended secretively to hide its real goals, the reason behind that could be that the Jews battled the messengers of God and thought that they were ‘‘the chosen nation’’ and all the other nations are worthless and directed as the Jews wanted.

    Wise Zionists said in their 15th protocol:

    “it’s logical that we captain Freemasonry because we are the only ones who know where we are going and what our real goals are. But the ‘koiem’ (naïve or stupid people), they don’t understand neither what’s going on, nor what’s going to happen.

    They don’t care about anything but their momentarily plans and don’t feel that they are directed by us somehow”.

    So what is Freemasonry and how does it affect the world?

     

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    FREEMASONRY

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث

    The Art of storytelling

    إعداد
    أسامة عيسى
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Everybody around the world knows different stories to tell, and many of these people can memorize stories easily and they are used to tell them to others in a very interesting way. Some people took storytelling as a job, and they became professionals at it, and many people pay them to tell stories. Sometimes they pay them because they are very good, and sometimes it's because they want to transfer a moral lesson to their children. So, the question is (how) do storytellers attract people to listen to them so badly?Moreover, (why) do people tend to transfer traditions through stories?

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    The Art of storytelling

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث

    Drones Replacing Pilots: A Dream or Reality

    إعداد
    مقداد محمد
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Drones are flying robots controlled by humans from the earth’s stations, they equip with strong processors and sensors and cameras to make it smarter and easier to control. With this points we can forget about a lot of their vulnerabilities, but there are main weaknesses, we can’t forget it, such as weather, so you can’t fly your drone wherever you want. So, can drones replace pilots?? , if it’s impossible, why not?? . After that, I’ll talk about how we can use it in our life and society.

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Drones Replacing Pilots: A Dream or Reality

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث
    98%

    Machines VS Humans

    إعداد
    محمدعيد حمودة
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    We’re clearly heading into an age of brilliant technology. Computers are already impressively good at guiding driverless cars and beating humans at chess. As Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology point out in their book “The Second Machine Age,” computers are increasingly going to be able to perform important parts of even mostly cognitive jobs, like picking stocks, diagnosing diseases and granting parole.

    As this happens, certain mental skills will become less valuable because computers will take over. Having a great memory will probably be less valuable. Being able to be a straight-A student will be less valuable — gathering masses of information and regurgitating it back on tests. So will being able to do any mental activity that involves following a set of rules.

    The age of brilliant machines seems to reward a few traits. First, it rewards enthusiasm. The amount of information in front of us is practically infinite; so is that amount of data that can be collected with new tools. The people who seem to do best possess a voracious explanatory drive, an almost obsessive need to follow their curiosity. Maybe they started with obsessive gaming sessions, or marathon all-night study sessions, but they are driven to perform extended bouts of concentration, diving into and trying to make sense of these bottomless information oceans.

    In his book, “Smarter than You Think,” Clive Thompson describes the work of Deb Roy, who wired his house with equipment so he and his team could monitor and record every word he and his wife uttered while his son was learning to speak. That is total commitment and total immersion in an attempt to understand the language learning process.[1]

    Second, the era seems to reward people with extended time horizons and strategic discipline. When Garry Kasparov was teaming with a computer to play freestyle chess (in which a human and machine join up to play against another human and machine), he reported that his machine partner possessed greater “tactical acuity,” but he possessed greater “strategic guidance.”

    That doesn’t seem too surprising. A computer can calculate a zillion options, move by move, but a human can provide an overall sense of direction and a conceptual frame. In a world of online distractions, the person who can maintain a long obedience toward a single goal, and who can filter out what is irrelevant to that goal, will obviously have enormous worth.

    But can we completely replace humans with machines?

    What are the positives and negatives of replacing humans with machines?

    And finally should we replace humans with machines?

     


    [1]“Smarter than You Think,” Clive Thompson, 2013.

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Machines VS Humans

    التفاصيل
  • حلقة بحث

    Successful & pain

    إعداد
    آية الجاني
    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Does success come by chance? Is it something rare to happen , and if it happens, does it happen once and is never repeated?  Are the successful people born to be like that? Is it their fate to be so?

    are losers meant to be losers for their whole life?

    It would come a time for anyone would have a moment of loss and breaking down they would feel hopeless and everything become dark and gloomy and they think they would never get up or stand still again after such a disaster is it end of the road then ?

    We will talk in this search about some of the great people who have suffered in their lives and how they faced their pain and their failure with a great success.

    الحادي عشر
    2015/2016

    بإشراف
    هبا عبود

    Successful & pain

    التفاصيل