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Mardan students display projects on renewable energy, waste treatment

Mardan students display projects on renewable energy, waste treatment

Renewable energy, plastic recycling, and sewage treatment projects stood out at the two-day Mardan Science Festival that ended on Thursday. The festival attracted a huge gathering of around 15,000 visitors, including students, their parents and teachers from at least 280 government schools …Continue reading

Mini-drones serving humanitarian purposes stand out at Faisalabad Science Festival

The series of science festivals underway in the country continued this week with the latest edition taking place in Faisalabad on Thursday, May 3. The two-day festival that ended today featured interactive displays and live experiments, some of which involved robotics, sensors …Continue reading

With its first ever science festival, Swat begins to benefit from peace dividends

A two-day science festival for school children is underway in Saidu Sharif, Swat. The aim of the festival is to ignite a spark for science and discovery among students of the region, and to promote better quality of learning available in government …Continue reading

TechKaro to Begin Eight-Month Digital Skills Training

TechKaro, an initiative of CIRCLE Pakistan, will provide digital and life skills training to selected women and men from underserved communities in Karachi, says a press release. The eight-month long course has been designed to enable underserved women and men with basic …Continue reading

Science Festival to Open on Saturday

The second Lahore Science Mela will open at Ali Institute of Education on Saturday. The two-day festival is a science exhibit designed to help visitors explore scientific discoveries and milestones by Pakistanis. Khwarizmi Science Society will host 70 exhibits of various government …Continue reading

Locally Developed Simulator Promises to Train Surgery Students on MIS Procedures

Prohibitive cost of commercially available simulators has so far prevented their uptake by healthcare providers in the country. The traditional practice of imparting training of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) at medical colleges in Pakistan has been through apprenticeships. Junior doctors are placed …Continue reading

Phantom Vibrations From Mobile Phones

Have you ever felt like your phone was vibrating or ringing and then took it out to discover that it wasn’t? You’re not alone. According to a 2012 study involving 290 college students from the United States, 89 percent of students said …Continue reading

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