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      A paper co-authored by by a Pakistan Scientist is selected to be included in the "superlative achievements of the year 2008" - the Annual Chemical Review 2008 published by the Chemical & Engineering News, 22 December 2008.



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      Chemical & Engineering News: Cover Story - Chemical Year In Review 2008




      Paper :

      “Imaging of catalytic hydrogenation in microreactors using para-hydrogen ”



      L.-S. Bouchard, S.R. Burt, M.S. Anwar, K.V.
      Kovtunov, I.V. Koptyug and A. Pines,
      Science 319, 442 (2008)



      Science:
      Science is the academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and is considered one of the world's most prestigious scientific journals. The peer-reviewed journal, first published in 1880 is circulated weekly and has a print subscriber base of around 130,000. Because institutional subscriptions and online access serve a larger audience, its estimated readership is one million people.



      Science's impact factor for 2006 was 30.028 (as measured by Thomson ISI).




      Although it is the journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, membership in the AAAS is not required to publish in Science. Papers are accepted from authors around the world. Competition to publish in Science is very intense, as an article published in such a highly-cited journal can lead to attention and career advancement for the authors.



      Fewer than 10% of articles submitted to the editors are accepted for publication and all research articles are subject to peer review before they appear in the magazine.






      Reviews of this work have been published in:


      1.Chemical Engineering Progress, p. 15, March 2008.

      2.Nature, 451, 502 (2008).





      Nature:

      Nature is the world's most highly cited interdisciplinary science journal, according to the 2007 Journal Citation Report Science Edition (Thomson, 2008). Its Impact Factor is 28.751. The impact factor of a journal is calculated by dividing the number of citations in a calendar year to the source items published in that journal during the previous two years. It is an independent measure calculated by Thomson Reuters, Philadephia, USA.







      Another Paper


      2009


      “Picomolar sensitivity MRI and photoacosutic imaging of Co nanoparticles”

      L.S. Bouchard, M.S. Anwar, G. L. Liu, B. Hann, H. Xie, G.W. Gray, X. Wang, A. Pines. F. Chen


      (in press in Proceedings of National Academy of Science (PNAS ).






      PNAS is widely read by researchers, particularly those involved in basic sciences, around the world. PNAS Online receives 11.6 million hits per month

      The journal's impact factor for 2004 was 10.452, for 2005 was 10.231, and 2006 was 9.643 (as measured by Thomson ISI). PNAS is the second most cited scientific journal with 1,338,191 citations from 1994–2004 (the Journal of Biological Chemistry is the most cited journal over this period with 1,740,902 citations in total).







      M.S. Anwar




      Biology, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering and Physics - Muhammad Sabieh Anwar
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      Dear All

      The Khwarizmi Science Society brings you a beautiful evening with stars decorated with the presence of Saturn and its majestic rings and the moon of course! Away from noisy and polluted environs of the big cities, a unique get together of its nature. A get-together to appreciate history, culture, architecture and astronomy altogether. It would be an unprecedented experience of standing on the plateaus of the marvelous Rohtas Fort in front of Suhail (Zohl=Saturn) Gate and looking through a telescope focusing on the rings of Saturn.



      Sher Shah Suri's Rohtas Fort was completed in 1547 about fifty years before Galileo first looked at the sky through a telescope. UNESCO has declared Rohtas Fort a World Heritage Site.



      Another dimension of this event is TWAN (www.twanight.org) initiative. It is a programme to capture the world's land marks against the celestial bodies. The observation session also includes stellar constellations, far-off galaxies and nebulea. Jupiter will also make its presence felt in the latter half of the night.


      Pictures:

      A coverage of previous events can be found at http://khwarizmi.shutterfly.com/



      Chotha (4th) Falakayati Mela
      Date: Saturday 30 May, 2009.
      Time: 5:30pm
      Venue: Haveli Maan Singh, Rohtas Fort, Rohtas -Jhelum.

      You are welcome to join us. Participation of the families and kids would be encouraged.

      Collaborators:

      Himalayan Wildlife Foundation
      (Himalayan Wildlife Foundation)

      Givernment High School, Rohtas (Jhelum's oldest public school)

      Regards

      Sabieh Anwar

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      Dr.Hoodbhoy with students of Punjab University after lecture of space and time dimensions







      Dr.Sabieh at lecture on Stealer Pot by GIKI professor at Environmental College PU








      Dr.Hoodbhoy Lecture hall scene







      School child observing celestial bodies through telescope









      3rd Falkayati Mela at District School Okara









      Group photo with Hoodbhoy




      http://khwarizmi.shutterfly.com/
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      Excellent!
      شِمَع يَشرٰءِل يهوه إِلٰهينُو يهوه اَحَد

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      4th Falkyati Mela , Rohtas Fort :30th May 2009





      Students observing the demonstration









      Telescopes










      Surface of Moon










      Dr.Sabieh










      Dr.Saadat Anwar , Director Centre for Solid State Physics Punjab University Lahore










      Asim showing history of space and mankind
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      5th Falakyati Mela and Quiz in Shahdara Government School
























      Umair Asim and Dr.Sabieh




      Dr.Sabieh



      This is a great learning experience for us and tells us about the educational standards and motivation in our country. There is lots of diversity in the standards of schools in Punjab, ranging from the best to the worst. However, there is one common factor: the enthusiasm of the students and the general public is astounding and gives us the much hope for our future-
      Muhammad Sabieh Anwar


      http://www.nextstepforward.net/educa...ience-society/
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      Very nice ji
      Na pooch mera patta mauj e hawa hoon main....

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      (Sixth) Falakyati Mela at the World space Week


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      Nice
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      Address to the Girls of a School


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      desertbird: Can I ask you a question? Are you Sabieh Anwar?

      Beyond that ma'shallah quite nice to read to see education and development in Pakistan.

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      Quote Originally Posted by pak-one View Post
      desertbird: Can I ask you a question? Are you Sabieh Anwar?

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      Quote Originally Posted by pak-one View Post
      desertbird: Can I ask you a question? Are you Sabieh Anwar?

      Beyond that ma'shallah quite nice to read to see education and development in Pakistan.
      no, just his #1 fan
      Your friendly neighbourhood fraudiya loafer luccha lufanga awara ayaash aubaash ghunda badmaash man