UET Science Society

We Bring the change. UET Science Society is a non-technical society of UET which aims to provide a diversified learning environment to the students of UET. Committed to instilling the passion to utilize one's hidden talents to the fullest, UET Science Society also provides for its members the right tools in refining their unique skills and talents.

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Ibn E Sina – Avicenna

Pioneers of Science Ibn e Sina (980-1037) Ibn Sina (popularly known as ‘Avicenna’) was a great polymath with his contributions in medicine, psychology, pharmacology, geology, physics, astronomy, chemistry, philosophy, mathematics, physics, and other fields. He was also a poet, an Islamic scholar, Quran Hafiz, and theologian. His most important contribution Read more…

Dr. Abdus Salam

Pioneers of Science Dr. Abdus Salam Muhammad Abdus Salam was the first Pakistani theoretical physicist, who, alongside Sheldon Glashow and Steven Weinberg, became a 1979 noble prize laureate, for their contributions to the unification of the weak and electromagnetic interaction between elementary particles. Their theory is also known as Glashow-Weinberg-Salam theory. Read more…

Hermann Joseph

Hermann Joseph Muller

Pioneers of Science Introduction Hermann Joseph Muller (1890 –1967) was an American geneticist and Nobel Laureate who is best known for his work for mutations & hereditary changes caused by X-Rays and was also awarded Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1946 for this work. He was considered the Read more…

John Banister Goodenough

Pioneers Of Science John Banister Goodenough John Banister Goodenough was born to American parents in 1922 in Jena, Germany. He is a scientist whom the world recognizes. He served during WWII as a meteorologist in the US army after completing his degree in mathematics from Yale University. He did his Read more…