Chemical Curiosities Registration
Chemical Curiosities Program
Join us and let’s fly to the moon and even beyond that. Explore the chemistry behind dry ice and everything nice. And who doesn’t like magic? Make your own foamy potion and inflate a balloon without even touching or blowing it.
🚀 Dates: 24th-25th Sep & 1st-2nd Oct
🚀 Timings: 2 – 3:30 pm
🚀 Location: Daftarkhwan 1st Floor, Hali Road, Gulberg, Lahore.
🚀 Ages: 7 -12 years
🚀 Program Fee: Rs. 8,000/-
Fun, interactive and hands-on
We focus on creating a fun-filled classroom ambience.
Inspirational STEM Experiences
Our aim is to inspire the next generation of STEM leaders.
Loved by children
Science comes alive during our programs.
Lets make science fun together!
Our incredible science communicators will create an engaging and informal learning environment through a series of hands-on scientific investigations, demonstrations, videos and discussions. The workshop is not just aimed at improving children’s scientific literacy but also aims to nurture their sense of wonder and cultivate critical-thinking, science enquiry, collaboration and communication skills in children.
Watch our CEO talk about the impact of Science Fuse and the importance of Science Education on national TV in Pakistan
We were selected as one of the Dassani Heros (Coca-Cola) because of the educational change we are driving in Pakistan. Watch our video to learn more about our mission and what motivates us!
Answers to Your Questions
What We Do
Science Fuse is working to change the way science is perceived and communicated both inside and outside classrooms in Pakistan. We create informal STEM learning environments for children from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds to nurture their interest and understanding of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education and careers.
Why Informal STEM Education is Important for Pakistan
We believe it’s critical to understand how children and young people in Pakistan perceive and pursue science. There is general consensus around the world that we need more children to pursue science. Science is described by major governments as being strategically important to their economies. The economy of any country is dependent on the flow of scientists to a large extent. Therefore more efforts must be made to make Science a part of our popular culture. this is imperative if we want to shape our children into innovators, problem-solvers and scientists of tomorrow.
How We Do It
We offer all-year round informal learning programs for children in collaboration with schools and other organisations. We also engage students through public engagement events such as science festivals. We work closely with teachers, parents and school administrations to change their perception of STEM and offer innovative all-year year round informal STEM learning programs where children learn by doing. Our programs allow children to learn as they delve into scientific investigations. They also allow them to link science to their daily lives and help change their perception towards science and scientists.