STAFF REPORT LHR: Punjab Seed Corporation (PSC) has launched the maize hybrid seed (YH-1898) evolved by the corporation’s breeders in collaboration with researchers of Maize and Millet Research Institute Sahiwal.
Minister for Agriculture Dr Farrukh was the chief guest at the launching ceremony, who appreciated the efforts by the PSC for developing maize hybrid seed.
He said it is a great achievement, which would not only gear up the growth of agriculture sector, but would also be
STAFF REPORT KHI: A team of volunteers from Pakistan Science Club has recently organized an event Water rocket challenge’ on school level for the students who always remain busy in learning and have no practical approach so that they could learn by doing something practical.
According to details, seven teams from four schools participated in it. Each team consisted of maximum 5 members. Before this event they also organized water rocket workshop for students so they can learn how to
MONITORING REPORT ISB: A Science Olympiad (PAF Intellect 14) has recently been organized by the City School at PAF chapter and two teams from Pakistan Science Club (PSC) participated in two different categories and won it.
The event was sponsored by the PSC and Nottingham University.
Five different competitions were held such as aerodynamic, eulermathecia, investigarl infection, science quidditch, invention in large numbers and mecanno minds. Many teams from different institutions as
STAFF REPORT KHI: The Pakistan Science Club (PSC) is arranging summer camps to provide opportunities and facilities to develop interest about science related activities among students."Different seminars, workshops and competitions will be organized on the occasion to encourage interest of students in science and technology," said President PSC Abdul Rauf while talking to media about the summer camps.He explained that research shows that Out of School Hours Learning or Study SupportRead more
STAFF REPORT KHI: The Pakistan Science Club announces its 3rd Science Exploring Camp aims to promote scientific learning."We have chosen the Science Exploring Camp mainly due to the fact that students are free in the summer vacations and can indulge completely in this light and fun science activities and learning," said Abdul Rauf President and Founder of Pakistan Science Club while talking to Technology Time.He said that Junior’s Science Exploring Camp offers unique "minds-on/Read more