KSS at STEAM Pakistan Award Ceremony

KSS at STEAM Pakistan Award Ceremony

In a heartwarming collaboration, STEAM Pakistan extended an invitation to the Khwarizmi Science Society to conduct a workshop in the realm of teacher training. Needless to say, we seized the opportunity and even  requested a spot for our science shows. Who could resist the chance to sprinkle a little scientific magic into such a vibrant atmosphere?

KSS at Park Turk- Eid For Gaza

KSS at Park Turk- Eid For Gaza

On 20th April, Khwarizmi Scienci Society geared up for yet another science venture. Amidst a ground brimming with Eid festivities, there was a palpable sense of solidarity with Gaza as the event, Eid For Gaza, unfolded. A set of three tables awaited our demonstrators to setup their equipment and dazzle the audeience like everytime.

Rewire Your Brain | Adeel Imtiaz

Rewire Your Brain | Adeel Imtiaz

On the 1st of March, Mr. Adeel took the stage to deliver the fifth lecture of the KSS lecture series, titled “دماغ کی سائنس” His presentation immediately caught the audience’s attention with vibrant graphics displayed on the screen, showcasing his adeptness at capturing the audience’s interest.

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.