Intel ISEF affiliated National Science Fair (Pakistan) 16-17 Participation Guidelines

Young scientists from all over the country try to win in district, provincial, and national competitions to qualify for a place at the Intel ISEF(Intel International Science and Engineering Fair) finals. Many young scientists of schools and collages might be interested in participating in the Intel Science Fairs in Pakistan. Students of classes 9 to 12 are eligible to participate with an original, innovative and creative idea. Only research based projects are qualified to apply for participation in the Intel Science Fairs. This article may help the students for participate in National Science Fair 2015-16

 


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Pakistan Science Club announces Summer Science and Technology Camp 2015 aimed to promote The Hidden Science Gems by exploring the Science Talent and bringing them to limelight. 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 fun science activities and learning.

It is a moment of great pride for all of us. Habab Idress has been rewarded with Honorable mention and 3rd prize in "Energy Physical" category at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair held this week in the United States of America.

Habab's project is titled "Multi-Purpose Smart Solar Device" and mentor by President and founder of Pakistan science club Mr. Abdul Rauf , Project involved "creating a low-cost solar device that can be controlled by an Android app.

 

Team Pakistan is participating in Intel ISEF at Pittsburgh, USA

Team Pakistan is participating in ISEF International Science and Education Fair at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.A.

The Team Pakistan carries both individual and group projects. Individual projects are presented by Habab Idrees, he carries individual project Multi Purpose Smart Solar Device. He studies at Diaram Jethmal Sindh Government Science College. He carried out all of his research and project making at Pakistan Science Club.