Lahore: A promising nine-year-old Pakistani scholar broke the world report for arranging components within the Periodic Table of Chemistry.
According to Gulf News, on July 18, Natalia Najam of Lahore received the Guinness Book of World Records. In simply two minutes and 42 seconds, Natalia Najam rearranged the weather of the periodic desk with lightning pace and introduced them within the shortest attainable time, and Natalia did it in lower than seven seconds.
Natalia broke the report of Indian Professor Meenakshi Agarwal by a margin of seven seconds and after performing this feat she fortunately chanted the slogan and in a video she was praised by the judges of Guinness Book of World Records.
Student Natalia has a unprecedented curiosity in science and expertise and needs different kids around the globe to be impressed by her work and be drawn to science, expertise, engineering and arithmetic (STEM).
As quickly as Natalia's video and put up surfaced on Pakistani social media, Facebook customers appreciated her. Many known as her one of many youngest scientists in Pakistan. Natalia wished women particularly to decide on this area in order that increasingly women can be drawn to science.
Interestingly, Natalia's father Hassan Najam has said that Natalia has not been admitted to any college thus far and is being taught at dwelling.