676 members join Rubu Qarn's scientific experiments programme

November 06, 2023 / 2:54 PM
Sharjah 24: The Rubu’ Qarn for Creating Future Leaders and Innovators launched a scientific experiments’ programme with the participation of 676 members in 23 centres affiliated with the Rubu’ Qarn entities in Sharjah, namely in Sharjah Children, Sajaya Young Ladies of Sharjah, Sharjah Youth and Sharjah for Capability Development “Tatweer” with the aim of giving them skills in different sciences, evaluating and understanding theories and evidence and finding scientific explanations.
The “Scientific Experiments” programme targeted members from 6 to 18 years and above. Sharjah Children’s members were able to learn about biochemistry, understand the chemical processes that occur in living organisms, such as food decomposition, energy production, cell growth and repair, in addition to learn about the physical and chemical properties of soil, biotechnology, and ecology.

Members of Sharjah Youth and Sajaya Young Ladies of Sharjah learned about several concepts in scientific experiments, including biochemistry, which helps them understand the chemical processes that occur within living organisms, and the concept of human identity through studying blood and DNA to distinguish between individuals.

Members of Sharjah Youth and Sajaya Young Ladies of Sharjah conducted experiments to measure the proportions of sugar, protein and fat in food to understand their organic compounds; while they cloned plants and studied soil and water quality.

The employees of Sharjah for Capability Development “Tatweer” were able to understand the methods of scientific analysis, research and experimentation, in addition to writing scientific reports supported by results and research, which included topics like sustainability, renewable energy, and biotechnology.

It is noteworthy that the science and technology is one of the paths offered by the Rubu’ Qarn Foundation to its members in its affiliated entities in order to enhance their concept of science and knowledge, and employ creative thinking skills through research, exploration, analysis and deduction to achieve results in the scientific arena.
November 06, 2023 / 2:54 PM

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