Pakistan Science Club in collaboration with ECO Science Foundation and Pakistan Science Foundation has participated in the 34th China Adolescents Science & Technology Innovation Contest (CASTIC) held at Macao, China from 20TH July 2019 to 26th July 2019.
CASTIC is designed and organized for science-loving students aging from 12 to 20. After more than 30 years history CASTIC is built to be the most prestigious and biggest science contest for young scientists around all parts of world in China. Annually about 500 Chinese young scientists and nearly 200 international participants from more than 54 countries and regions attend CASTIC with their own scientific projects in 13 science categories.
Candidates for participation in CASTIC, Pakistan Science Club and ECO Science Foundation collaborate to organize a science & innovation contest at National level i.e. NATIONAL SCIENCE & INNOVATION FAIR 2019 to select finest talented students from all over the Pakistan and send them to represent Pakistan in 34th CASTIC.
After a very tough competition, three winners were finalized by the judges by mutual consent.
The First Position was Arbaaz Mehmood and his Project Title was Matter-Antimatter Collisions: A way forward in Particle physics. Second Position Name Aamna Ahmed and Project Title was Smart Aqua Lab and Third Position secured by Hamza Ibrahim his project title Paralyze Assist
34th CASTIC) held at Macao, China from 20TH July 2019 to 26th July 2019 Event started from 20th July 2019 and go on till 26th July 2019. Total 443 projects from 55 different countries and regions participated. Starting two days i.e 20th July and 21st July were assigned for the students to setup their projects. At 22nd July Judging were carried out whole day. Then there will be open day for public and mentors to visit projects at 23rd July. After Judging and open day winners of the event are announced on 24th July.
Pakistan Science Club is happy to announce that all of over participants got position in their respective categories. Team Pakistan won one silver and two bronze medals. Closing ceremony were took place on 25th July 2019