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SIS visits Science Centre
January 25, 2018, 6:10 pm

The students of grades 7 and 8 of Smart Indian School (SIS) had a novel experience of observing Applied Science in the pioneering institute of scientific excellence – Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research (KISR) on 18 January. Around 55 students accompanied by the Principal Mahesh Iyer and science teachers went on the visit to engage in informative sessions and learn about various processes in renewable energy and other projects.

The students were taken first to the display area of the miniature form of KISR’s largest project in renewable energy source that included solar panels and windmills to generate electricity. Then, they were led to Kuwait National Seismic Network (KNSN) to let them know the ways of how earthquakes are measured and recorded. Environment and Life Science had more to demonstrate on the featured Modular Agricultural Production System, which encompassed 162 plants growing in a minimal space under computer operated the multilayered system.

The students’ understanding of the concepts were greatly expanded through this applied research and heralded the idea of putting science in action as the best way to have the precise study of science. Finally, they were introduced to the department that functions on the studies of coastal regions and air pollution. The insight that students received from the expert scientists, who had to apply patience and co-operation to achieve their results made an impact on the students.

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