Shaheer Niazi, the youngest Pakistani scientist in the world.
Lahore: Shaheer Niazi, a student of A levels is now a World Acknowledged Scientist at age 17.
Shaheer made an astounding discovery, introducing two new factors in the electric honeycomb phenomenon which can help engineers develop technology for printing, heating or bio medicine.
Shaheer managed to photograph the movement of ions that forms the honeycomb besides recording the heat found on the surface of oil; a thing never done before.
“The research I have done I have brought in two new innovations in it. First is that heat gradients are produced. The layer of oil starts getting heated up and it doesn’t heat up uniformly like the oil doesn’t have the same temperature. It’s different and that depends on the distance with the needle.”
Shaheer Niazi is Pakistan’s first student whose findings got published in the journal, Royal Society Open Science, based on research he had conducted for the International Young Physicists’ Tournament in Russia in 2016. The same magazine in which Isaac Newton’s first paper was also published, but at the age of 17.
Believing in the concept of self-learning from a very young age, He was only 11 when he first started taking online courses. He has taken a total of 25 courses in different subjects.
Shaheer’s mother is the driving force behind all his success and is jubilant over all the recognition her son has gone on to receive.
“I am very happy that at such a young age my son he has done something that got him so much acknowledgement in his country and not just his country but all over the world. I wish that all children of my country, they should gain inspiration from him.”
Shaheer aims to bring home the Nobel Peace Prize once again.
As Wilferd A. Peterson said, “Big thinking precedes great achievement.”