Khwarizmi Science society ended yet another milestone, strengthening our society’s mission if spreading science and this time, it was our younger scientist that got the chance to not only learn but to practice entire regimes all by themselves.
Lecture on “River Dolphins in Asia: threats and innovative conservation approach for the Indus River Dolphin”
The recently launched Public Lecture series themed “Pakistan k Khazanay” broke its ground with it’s first lecture, delivered by Dr. Uzma Khan, Asia Coordinator of River Dolphin Rivers Initiative by WWF Pakistan on May 22nd, 2023 at Crescent Model Higher Secondary School, Shadman, Lahore.
This lecture enlightened students, teachers, and the general public about the challenges faced by Asian river dolphins, particularly the Indus River Dolphin, and introduced a pioneering conservation strategy.
On March 17 and 18, 2023, KSS set its course towards Eminabad, a town near Gujranwala, where Government Islamia High School No. 2 opened its gates for us. The Mela incorporated two of KSS’s biggest demonstrations; The LHC Tunnel and Khalai Kachwa (planetarium) which were a huge success.
The beaming laser show, football with protons at LHC, peek into the nano world via a microscopy show and shrinking balloons while learning leidenfrost effect were highlights of the mela. Wonders of space science were not only explored through the planetarium, but the solar telescope made it possible for people to descry the sun.
Our bodies have remarkable healing abilities, such that minor scrapes and cuts can fully heal within a week. However, with more severe injuries, comes a longer recovery time. Recent scientific advancements have led to the discovery of using stem cells to regenerate damaged cells.
The webinar explained the latest advances in stem cell-based therapies for skin repair and regeneration.
Doctoral researcher – University of Zurich (UZH), Switzerland.
Marie Curie Ph.D. fellow – SkinTERM EU project