LAHORE, The Institute of Physics at The Islamia University of Bahawalpur showcased two ground-breaking projects at the Lahore Science Mela, a two-day event highlighting advancements in science and technology.
According to The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, the event, hosted by the Khwarizmi Science Society, featured the Institute’s projects that delved into the synthesis of nanoparticles using waste materials and their diverse applications, and the use of EEG technology to understand heart-brain interactions and analyze stress. Dr. Saba Saeed, Dr. Ayesha Ikhlaq, and Mr. Muhammad Usman Mustafa represented the Institute at the Mela. The projects captured significant attention from attendees, including students and educators from a range of institutions. Noteworthy figures from the Khwarizmi Science Society, Prof. Dr. Shahid Atiq and Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sabieh Anwar, praised the Institute’s innovative contributions to the event. Prof. Dr. Saeed Ahmad Buzdar, the Director of the Institute of Physics, expressed pride in the team’s success, emphasizing the Institute’s commitment to bolstering scientific curiosity and promoting advancements in the field of physics.