4 Pakistani students in the United States Intel Science Fair have a wonderful success
Pakistan’s Sophie Naveed and his associate have achieved unmatched performance and scholarship in Intel Science Fair (Photos: Science Intel Science Fair)
Islamabad: Four Pakistani students and students named ‘Intel Science Fair’ of the world’s largest scientific exhibition in America, highlighted the name of Pakistan by getting unmatched awards.
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) is held every year and this time it was held in Phoenix, American city, with around 1800 students and students of 80 countries, and 6 Pakistani students and students this year I attended, out of which three students belonging to Pak-Pak Turki Education International School.
Pak Turk Turkish Education was awarded special prize and cash to the school’s Sadf-nodhsh energy project, and Scholarships were offered at Arizona State University.
From Karachi to Ahmed Azfar and Asid Ahmed, the project for enhancing the rays for better light was given scholarships and special rewards. On the other hand Rawalpindi Mian Aphan Anwar turned the crude to the yeast and was awarded the prize on the electricity maker.
On this occasion, Sadf Naveed said, including me, my family and colleagues are very happy about this success because my love has been appreciated on a very big platform.
Sadf had a dual-purpose turbine plan. This turbine can be placed on a large highway which is a vertical exchange turbine. This turbine makes electricity from one side to the other, then on the other hand, the dishes of vehicles also convert to energy, but it does not end here but instead of removing the water turbine planted by Saddam Nodhad, it provides it for agriculture.
Turkey’s Foundation Foundation has expressed its happiness on the occasion. The Pakistani head of the Foundation, Salehuddin Badar, invited all students and students of ISEF to visit Turkey.