Calculus Connects

Calculus Connects

The focus of the course was to grasp the core concepts of calculus using concrete analogies, without getting lost in the basic definitions and unending algebraic calculations. Most of the burden of algebra was taken up by GeoGebra App and other free online tools, so...

Birds of Pakistan – A webinar with Prof. Z. B. Mirza

Birds of Pakistan – A webinar with Prof. Z. B. Mirza

On June 4, 2021, the Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) hosted  Prof. Z. B. Mirza (Senior Ornithologist, Conservationist, and Bird Artist) for a webinar on the Birds of Pakistan! The event was streamed live on our Facebook page. The webinar, where we embark on an...

Quantum Theory with Pictures Only

Quantum Theory with Pictures Only

Quantum theory was formulated in the 1920s and 1930s, yet it took about 60 years to discover quantum teleportation. Perhaps, this delayed 'quantum leap' can be attributed to the limitations of the prevalent mathematical formalism of quantum theory. Following this...

Quantum Computing for Beginners: An Online Lecture Series

Quantum Computing for Beginners: An Online Lecture Series

This is a series of eight lectures, each one hour long conducted through Zoom and exclusively online. No formal background in quantum physics is required, though a self-initiation may help. The course is most useful for students in their F.Sc/A'levels and students of...

North American Trends In Anatomical Education

North American Trends In Anatomical Education

Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) in collaboration with Anatomical Society of Pakistan (ASP) invites all medical researchers, students and anatomy enthusiasts to a public talk on "North American Trends in Anatomical Education".

Exoplanets, The Early Universe And The 2019 Nobel Prize In Physics

Exoplanets, The Early Universe And The 2019 Nobel Prize In Physics

Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) in collaboration with Pakistan Innovative Foundation (PIF) and Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) invites all science fanatics to a public talk on "Exoplanets, the early universe and the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics".