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Scientia Pakistan published a magazine edition specifically covering the coronavirus


Scientia Pakistan has published a magazine edition that specifically covers the coronavirus with the collaboration of more than 10 universities across Pakistan.

Scientia Pakistan is a digital science magazine. The main objective of this magazine is to disseminate astronomy, astrophysics, astrobiology and general scientific knowledge as well as awareness through the media to the general public.

A group of students and their senior classmates from different fields of life have come forward to educate the masses on the importance of facts and authenticity for scientific news coverage.

Founder and publisher of Scientia Pakistan Saadeqa Khan said there is an urgent need for credible, research-based information.

She added that such articles can help many people understand the reality of their routine problems and design an appropriate strategy. During the current coronavirus pandemic, national and international organizations have faced the serious problem of fake news and myths regarding the coronavirus.

She added that our team, along with its university professors, health experts and seasoned science journalists, have been working on such stories that would be helpful in understanding the reality of the coronavirus and breaking down the myths that plague our society.

She thanked everyone who contributed in a short time, the students of Quid e Azam University, National Defense University, UET, Lahore, West Medicine College Peshawar, LUMS, University of Karachi, University of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences, Lahore, University of Balochistan and others. and we managed to bring such an art magazine edition related to coronavirus.

Scientific communities should coordinate with such science magazines which put the most recent scientific information and authentic research just a click away, reducing the number of scientific languages ​​so that non-specialists or amateurs can better understand and differentiate between myths and scientific facts, especially in these days of the coronavirus pandemic.