Pakistan Science Club Newsletter 12 March

Pakistan Science Club News Letter

Pakistan Science Club News Letter

Your Achievements

Please let us know about your struggles and achievements. We will sincerely help you in achieving your task and get you to the next level, we will really appreciate if you share us your invention and innovation. No matter if it is the size of a pin to Plane

Rise and shine with Pakistan Science Club!



سائنسی خبریں اور مضامین

NUST نے پاکستان کا تیز ترین سوپر کمپیوٹر متعارف کروا دیا
سترہ سالہ پاکستانی طالب علم نے سستی بجلی پیدا کرنےکاحیرت انگیزآلہ ایجادکرلیا
Science and technology park (Urdu)
آلودگی سے دل کا دورہ پڑنے کا امکان زیادہ

Photo Gallery

Photos Gallery of Online E-E-Camp, Presentation
Aeronautical Engineering Projects Presentation
Building a Popsicle-Stick Bridge Photo Gallery

Experiment in Urdu

How to candle goes off with the shock wave (آواز کی لہروں کا ایک موم بتی پر آگ کس طرح مٹا کر سکتے ہیں)
بارش کا تجربہ (Urdu, English)

Science Fair Projects

Thermal Energy Put to Work science fair projects
Hot Ice science fair projects
Colors and Light science fair projects
Static Power science fair projects
Heron’s Fountain science fair projects


Magnetic Levitation Science Project
Science Experiments and Projects
Biofuel from manure and water
Deoxidation of carbon dioxide
Split flame

DIY Project

DIY Homemade Motorized CCTV Camera (Video)

DIY Homemade Motorized CCTV Camera

Simple fixed CCTV Camera converted in to movable, The idea was Ch nabeel and presented by Habbab Idress.. CONCEPT: CCTv Camera normal visual range is limited, large area need more camera to cover. Motorized camera is also available in Market but its to expansive. In this Project we make Homemade…


  • Nust launches Pakistan’s fastest supercomputer

    Posted: Wed, 07 Mar 2012 13:42:07 +0000
    National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) inaugurated its fastest supercomputing facility in a ceremony held on Tuesday at its Research Centre for Modeling and Simulation (RCMS).       The ceremony was presided over by Chairman Higher Education Commission (HEC) Dr Javaid Laghari. Speaking at the ceremony, Principal RCMS Engr Sikandar Hayat highlighted some of the unique […]

  • Magnetic Levitation Science Project

    Posted: Tue, 06 Mar 2012 18:03:55 +0000
    description Here is a very cheap and high stable levitation schematic for beginners it uses only to transistors and few other parts they are all easily available in hole world instead of those pricey and complicated integrated IC schematics take hole day to built but this project is not only cheap but easy to […]
  • IEEE-GIKI is organizing 4th ALL PAKISTAN Electronics Olympiad, 2012

    Posted: Tue, 06 Mar 2012 18:01:12 +0000
    IEEE-GIKI is organizing 4th ALL PAKISTAN Electronics Olympiad, 2012 GIKI is one of the most prestigious engineering institutes of Pakistan. Apart from its exceptional academic program, the institute is also renowned for its versatile and vivacious extramural events. The scenic location of the campus adds to the exclusivity of such events. After the success of the […]
  • E-waste – a pack of human diseases

    Posted: Sat, 03 Mar 2012 13:52:06 +0000
    by Haider eKarar THE TERM ‘E-waste’ is not new but it is still not common. Commoners are unaware to this term. E-waste is the waste regarding all electrical and electronic equipments that include computers, mobiles, television sets, refrigerators, ovens, toasters and home entertainment like electric games, stereo system, toys etc. The reason behind the increase […]
  • Attention Please! Dengue season is coming back

    Posted: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 11:18:57 +0000
    Dengue fever is caused by one of four different but related viruses. It is spread by the bite of mosquitoes, most commonly the mosquito Aedes aegypti, which is found in tropic and subtropic and the Caribbean regions , usually during the rainy seasons in areas with high numbers of infected mosquitoes.Asia-Pacific countries have more than […]

  • Pakistani student! Shah Zaib! has invented a device

    Posted: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 04:40:22 +0000
    A 17-year old Pakistani student! Shah Zaib! has invented a device for getting cheap production of the electricity; very soon he will present prototype of the device in a science exhibition in the US, SAMAA reported on Tuesday. Shah Zaib belongs to Quetta and currently he is a student of grade-11 in Rawalpindi. He has […]
  • Kino factories turning on biogas plants

    Posted: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 12:54:38 +0000
    Kot Momin—There exists huge potential of Biogas production in the country, especially in rural areas, where the energy needs of domestic and industrial users can be met through this easily available and inexpensive source. this would also help reduce the energy shortages in the country. This was stated by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Alternative […]
  • Biodiversity in Pakistan

    Posted: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 04:20:23 +0000
    Well we all know and have read terrestrial ecosystems in our secondary Pak. Studies books but we still know little about marine ecosystems. Hence I thought it would be interesting to discuss something new today. So put on your goggles and get ready for a swim in the cool, refreshing waters of our country and […]

  • Poo-Powered Car

    Posted: Sat, 25 Feb 2012 02:45:17 +0000
    The UK’s  first people-powered VW Beetle has taken to the streets of Bristol, in what has been hailed as a breakthrough in the drive to encourage sustainable power. Wonder what? Methane as a source of automotive propulsion isn’t exactly a new concept, but it’s taken manufacturers a long time to figure out how to clean […]
  • New amphibian family found in northeast Indian

    Posted: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 14:37:49 +0000
    SIKKIM: Researchers digging through mud in northeast India have discovered a new family of legless amphibians in a rare scientific breakthrough detailed in a study released on Wednesday. The family of burrowing, tailless creatures was identified by scientists working for five years in remote Indian states including Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland. “DNA analysis has […]

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