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Syed Hammad

Syed Hammad

The current environment of Pakistan had decelerated the educational progress especially research field is lagging behind all. However in these circumstances besides all difficulties and hindrances there is still some hope and enthusiasm in young talent. Pakistan Science club is searching for such motivations and power spark in young generation and promote them worldwide so to increase competition and innovations in Pakistan’s youth. Fatima Sohail is one of the brightening star keen interested in research of energy production by different means to solve the energy crisis. She worked on “Generation of Power through Hot air” and wave power electric generator.

Looking at the depreciating scenario of science and research culture in Pakistan, Pakistan Science Club search for motivation that become the source of power for youth and instigate them to excel in a researcher, this time we found a cheerful young lady, Maryam Javed. Out of 8, the most science enthusiasts across Pakistan, Maryam secured her position for participation in the Asian Science Camp, where she earned an honor for Pakistan by securing 2nd position in biology along her group mates.

Muhammad Zohaib Khan is BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER, 23 years old, live in behar colony jamshed road Karachi,He done metric from NASRA SEC & PRI SCHOOL KARACHI, Inter from NATIONAL GOV. COLLEGE, Karachi, and BS from Sir Syed University of Eng & Technology Karachi, His innovation was Ultrasonic Navigation system for blind peoples

Pakistan no doubt has excellent talent, the only thing lacking is the organization and management of resources, human and natural alike to take into concern available opportunities. In search of talent we came across Asad, an FSc per-engineering student who resides in Okara, Punjab. He has a passion in optics, and was initially inspired by his glasses and then started to play with different lenses. This inspiration led to innovation, he had built a lunar telescope at home, which is very much effective, and magnified images of the moon can be seen from his rooftop.  His guide in this journey of his was Mr. Ali Khan, lets hear what Asad has to say.

Interview by Pakistan Science Club's Editor Syed Hammad

Pakistan no doubt has excellent talent, the only thing lacking is the organization and management of resources, human and natural alike to take into concern available opportunities. In search of talent we came across Zeeshan Ahmed. Zeeshan  Ahmed,  born 15 Jan 1983 in Gujrat  Pakistan, a 29  Years  old  Doctoral  Scientist and Software  Engineer  at  the Department of Bioinformatics, Biocenter (an CHE-Excellence Rated European Research Institute), University of Wuerzburg Germany (among top rated science universities Worldwide).  His main field of research is Computer Science (& related) and has  more  than  14  years  of  university  education, more  than  11  years  of  professional  experience  of providing  services as individual  and  as  team  member  with  different  multinational  organizations  with  emphasis  on  software  engineering  of artificially intelligent systems and worked in more than 20 research and industrial projects.