A nine year old Pakistani girl outdo a previously set record by an Indian professor, becoming the fastest as well as the youngest in the world to arrange elements on the periodic table in the shortest possible time.
#Pakistani kid Natalia Najam,a Science enthusiast broke Guinness World Record in Chemistry. She is now the youngest & fastest person to arrange all elements of the periodic table in record time— Farzana Shah (@Jana_Shah) July 29, 2020
The previous record holder was a female Chemistry Professor from #India@ZarrarKhuhro pic.twitter.com/oEgi88CDre
The young prodigy named, Natalia Najam has set a Guinness World Record after arranging the periodic table in just 2 minutes and 42 seconds. She broke Meenakshi Agarwal’s record by a margin of 7 seconds. Gulf News reported once Najam achieved the feat she screamed with joy at her accomplishment whilst the judges gave her an astounding thumbs up.
Not only this, but the young science enthusiast believes that her achievement will inspire other kids to follow her footsteps and set a mark in the world and also pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
People on social media are now calling her ‘Pakistan’s young scientist’ and are also requesting young girls to gain inspiration from Natalia Najam. Her father Hasan Najam, claims that Natalia has been home schooled and has not received any formal schooling.