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4th Abdus Salam Science Fair
Insha Allah the 4th Abdus Salam Science Fair will be held on Saturday December 08, 2012 at the Tahir Hall, Maple Ontario.
Registration is now open!
Pleas visit The Science Fair Website for more information and to register.
3rd Abdus Salam Science Fair
Insha Allah the 3rd Abdus Salam Science Fair will be held on Saturday November 12, 2011 at the Tahir Hall near Baitul Islam Mosque, Maple.
2nd Abdus Salam Science Fair
Saturday Nov 06, 2010 at Baitul Islam, Maple
By the grace of Allah the 2nd Abdus Salam Science Fair was successfully held on November 06, 2010. A total of 95 participants displayed 80 projects.
And the winners are!
Boys Grade 5 - 8
First: Anza Malick, Nayab Chatta and Musawar Bajwa
Second: Ghulam Ahmad
Third: Bilal Kahloon
Fourth: Kashif Daud, Fowad Daud
Fifth: Muneeb Bhatti, Salman
Sixth: Izaz Ahmad
Boys Grade 9 - 12
First: Raafay Shehzad
Second: Khizar Karim, Jariullah
Third: Sherjeel Rauf
Fourth: Shahrukh Rauf
Fifth: Shehmeer Amad, Zohaib Ahmad
Sixth: Falah Sadiq
Girls Grade 5 - 8
First: Nabeela Malik
Second: Areeg Bhalli, Aysha Anwar
Third: Aneeqa Malik
Fourth: Nehal Mubarak, Samrha Mangla, Mehwish Butt
Fifth: Danya Mahmood
Sixth: Nayeb Malik
Girls Grade 9 - 12
First: Wardah Nasir
Second: Saima Mirza
Third: Amber Purewal, Sabeeha Ahmad
Fourth: Asimah Mahmood
Fifth: Nadia Kausar
Sixth: Laraib Sehrish
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Canadian Scientist Wins Nobel Prize in Physics
(picture courtesy CBC)
A scientist born in Amherst, N.S., is sharing the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work in developing the sensor that is widely used in digital cameras.
Willard S. Boyle will share the award with George E. Smith and Charles Kao for their "groundbreaking achievements" in physics, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced Tuesday. read more at CBC
January 4 - Sir Isaac Newton's Birthday
Sir Isaac Newton FRS (4 January 1643 – 31 March 1727 ) was an English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist, and theologian who is perceived and considered by a substantial number of scholars and the general public as one of the most influential scientists in history.
His 1687 publication of the Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (usually called the Principia) is considered to be among the most influential books in the history of science, laying the groundwork for most of classical mechanics. In this work, Newton described universal gravitation and the three laws of motion which dominated the scientific view of the physical universe for the next three centuries.
Newton showed that the motions of objects on Earth and of celestial bodies are governed by the same set of natural laws by demonstrating the consistency between Kepler's laws of planetary motion and his theory of gravitation, thus removing the last doubts about heliocentrism and advancing the scientific revolution.
Science, poetry and prejudice
By Kunwar Idris
Sunday, 06 Dec, 2009 (courtesy dawn.com)
Abdus Salam’s 15th death anniversary went unnoticed recently. The 25th death anniversary of Waheed Murad that fell on the same day was celebrated with fanfare. They say nations which do not honour their great men cease to produce them.
Pakistan, for sure, has produced no scientist of Salam’s stature nor perhaps an actor of Waheed’s popularity. Whether it is serious research or playful acting, the national scene remains barren...
Science Fair Pictures!
The 1st Abdus Salam Science Fair Pictures have now been added to our website, please visit the Gallery page to view the pictures...
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Abdus Salam Science Fair Held...
By the grace of Allah the first Abdus Salam Science Fair was held on Sunday Nov 08, 2009 at the Baitul Islam Mosque. The Science Fair generated a lot of interest in the students and we received more than 100 registrations!
We would like to thank all the participants, visitors, judges and volunteers for supporting the event and we look forward to seeing you all next year...
...And the Winners are:
Abû Alî Sînâ Group: Girls grade 5 to 8
First Prize: Adeela Malik, Nabeela Malik and Aneeqa Malik
Second Prize: Nehal Mubarak and Sumrha Mangla
Third Prize: Kinza Mehmood, Raisham Shahzad and Tarim Farzana
Shabih Fatima and Mehvish Butt
Jâbir ibn Hayyân Group: Girls grade 9 to 12
First Prize: Quraul Ain Ahmed
Second Prize: Maryam Ahmad
Third Prize: Laraib Sehrish
Al-Khwarizmi Group: Boys grade 5 to 8
First Prize: Shahroze Rauf
Second Prize: Ghulam Ahmad, Muhsin Haque and Aleem Ahmad
Third Prize: Arslan Khokhar
Kashif Daud and Fawad Daud
Muzaffar Ahmad and Abdur Rehman Asif
Ibn al-Haytham Group: Boys grade 9 to 12
First Prize: Sharjeel Rauf
Second Prize: Falah Sadiq
Third Prize: Sarmad Naveed and Ansar Daud
Sheraz, Talal and Khizar Karim
New Book on Dr. Abdus Salam
'More than a biography of a great scientist, this book provides a wider political and historical commentary. And while some of the details of Salam's physics may be incomprehensible to those without a background in the subject, the politics of the indian subcontinent, and the status of science in Islam, both past and present, makes this an important and enlightening read.' - New Scientist
'Fascinating and delightful. Although I knew Salam well, I learned much from this account. Salam's truly remarkable multi-faceted character is well mirrored here. The book is beautifully written, and handles many delicate political and personal issues with sensitivity and understanding. Very authoritative and insightful, giving a rounded picture of a very complex man.' - Tom Kibble, Imperial College London