The Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF) will host the first-ever Pakistan Science Expo on the 28th and 29th of January in Islamabad, under the umbrella of the Ministry of Science and Technology, to promote breakthrough initiatives in the fields of science, technology, and innovation.
According to PSF’s Principal Scientific Officer, Syeda Rehana Batool, the expo is being held to encourage collaboration between government, business, and academia, as well as to provide a forum for organizations to demonstrate their achievements in the fields of science, technology, and innovation.
According to her, the expo, which will be held at the Pakistan China Friendship Centre, will provide networking opportunities at the highest levels of government and business.
National and international diplomats, lawmakers and government officials, private company executives and CEOs, influencers and celebs, industry experts, students from schools, colleges, and universities, startups, and incubation centers, scholars, researchers, and scientists will attend the expo, which will feature 120 stalls.
The deadline for stall registration is January 15th.
According to Syeda Rehana Batool, 99 of the 120 stalls will be in the Green category, 14 in the Gold category, and eight in the Gold Plus category.
The Pakistan Science Expo is the country’s first of its kind, with the goal of highlighting the achievements of Pakistani scientists, engineers, science groups, students, universities, and researchers.
The event is open to the public and free of charge. She encouraged students from schools, colleges, and universities to take part, either by booking stalls or by attending as members of the general public.