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Author Archives: NUST Science Society

NUST Science Society Annual Trip

INCOMIIIIIIING!!!!!!!!………………………………..SPLAT!! Yes that was the sound that became the day-mare of the NSS-tians at PIPELINE track of the Ayubia-Donga Gali. It was a fun filled...

NUST Science Blog has Shifted!!!

NUST Science Blog, previously publishing under the science category of irnustian.com, has shifted to its new site. Follow the scientific musings of a student’s brain, because we are taking science to a whole new level. Share your ideas...

Load Shedding: More Than Just Annoying…

  – By Faiza Syed, Atta-ur-Rahman School of Applied Biosciences Feeling Sleep Deprived? It was a warm summer’s night and I was so tired from all the day’s work. Thinking once again about how tired I was and how deserving I was...

Liar, Liar – Part III: Mach-lies

So you can use visual cues to detect lies… and you can become an expert in spotting microexpressions as well to catch the person. But is it always that easy? Of course it’s not. It is one of the most difficult things to detect. If you become...

Liar Liar – Part II: Reading in Between the Lies

  Done testing the visual cues? I’ve got better stuff up my sleeve this time. Besides simple look-abouts, there’re many other signs your face gives away while lying. We’re gonna be talking about ‘Micro-expressions’ in this article. A...

Liar, Liar – Part I: Lies in the Eyes of the Beholder

After having (proudly) tried our Editor’s patience beyond limits, I knew I was risking my life in the long run even if my constant lying did work each time – though only temporarily – I finally decided to do an article for the...

The Scientific Way to Peel a Boiled Egg

The Egg. Source: Dreamstime.com This is very serious, and let me tell you that the fight between Lilliputians and Blefuscudians was on no little matter. Oh, yes! Jonathan Swift developed a really cunning plot. Peeling boiled eggs can be a critical...

Peaceful Application of Radiation Technologies

While the hackneyed image of nuclear radiation is that of destruction and chaos, its beneficial side cannot be totally bypassed. Science and technology has enabled us to outflank the bitter side of nuclear radiation and promote its peaceful...

Wormholes Redefined

Theoretical Model of a Wormhole. Taken from "The Encyclopedia of Science". Imagine you are standing somewhere in Islamabad and you wish to travel to New York (badly), but the glitch is that you have no money, no visa and the miscellaneous...

EndNote x5 References and Citations Made Easy

On the profound success of the first session, NUST Science Society (NSS) and National Academy of Young Scientists are jointly organizing a second session on the Training Workshop titled “EndNote x5 References and Citations Made Easy”...