KSS at Pakistan Learning festival – CLC

KSS at Pakistan Learning festival – CLC

The Khwarizmi Science Society joined the Pakistan Learning Festival at the Children’s Library Complex, seamlessly fitting into the atmosphere buzzing with knowledge. Over the two-day event, we had a lineup of engaging activities planned.

 

 

KSS at Children Library Complex Festival

KSS at Children Library Complex Festival

The Children Library Complex’s recently played host to the Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) on it’s annual festival, and it was a delight to see the young minds of our future engaged in a world of scientific wonders as we brought four of our major demonstrations forward.

One of the most crowd-favorite was the balloon experiment with liquid nitrogen. Children were asked whether it was possible to fit three balloons into a small box. With resounding “NO’s”, they watched as the balloons were submerged in liquid nitrogen, causing them to shrink. The magical part came when the balloons were retrieved – they expanded back to their original shape! This experiment not only showcased the fascinating properties of liquid nitrogen but also taught kids about its low temperature and the effects of extreme cold on objects.

Curiosity-awakening Science Activities

Curiosity-awakening Science Activities

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.

KSS visits Jamia Masjid in collaboration with Al Burhan

KSS visits Jamia Masjid in collaboration with Al Burhan

Three of our esteemed members Muhammad Ayyaz, Muneeb ul Haq and Dr Muhammad Mustafa led activities involving lasers and microscopy with interactive games that combined fun with educational explanations on the subject of matter.
This is all a small step towards establishing a societal and educational system that does not limit the potential of science but rather empowers individuals from different socio-economic backgrounds to benefit from scientific knowledge. Let’s join our effort to create an inclusive framework that makes science accessible for everyone!