ACM SZABIST Student Chapter brings yet again another extremely informative exhibition, the Science Festival. BS Computing semester 5th students of History of Scientific Ideas course will be showcasing their research projects on various projects related to science and how it evolved.

People by nature are curious. Science is also a result of such curiosity of various scholars and scientists like Galileo, Copernicus and etc. ACM SZABIST is providing a platform to get answers to all such curiosity and show the journey of science from past to present and leading towards the future. Projects would also give information about famous personalities that made a difference in the thinking of people. Following is the list of the areas that would be explored:

  • Greek Science
  • Greek Maths
  • Islamic Science
  • Medieval Science
  • Albert Einstein and Theory of Relativity
  • Quantum Mechanics and Chaos Theory
  • New Branches of Maths
  • Newton, Galileo and Copernicus
  • Ghost in your Genes: Genetic Engineering
  • Nano Technology
  • Computing and Artificial Intelligence
  • Hubble Telescope and Black Holes
  • Dark Matter, Dark Flow
  • India and IT
  • Techno Science

Do join us and be part of this informative and yet interesting exhibition of science research projects. End your curiosity and get aboard on this journey that takes you back to the time when science was introduced. Find out what the world is doing now and what is there in the future. The journey begins on 8th November 2010 from 10:00 am till 2:00 pm. Venue is Auditorium SZABIST, 90 Clifton.

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