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.
The team of Khwarizmi Science Society travelled all the way to Government High School Bua for a two day Science Mela for the first time!
Do you want to find out more about what makes the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) one of the greatest scientific marvels of all times?
If yes, then watch this webinar on JWST with Mansoor Ahmed (Emeritus; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center): https://youtu.be/_NCEnjpfdE0
Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) participates at the annual Children’s Literary Festival (CLF) 2020. CLF was held on 21st and 22nd Jan 2020 at Children’s Library Complex, Lahore. CLF is a social movement with the goal of expanding the culture for reading, creativity and imagination; a learning experience beyond textbooks and tests. KSS exhibited the ‘Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Interactive Tunnel’ at the festival. LHC tunnel made its debut at Lahore Science Mela 2019 with the collaboration of CERN Media Lab, Switzerland. The tunnel is based on the world’s largest physics experiment and provides a playful mode of learning about particle 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”