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At 16 years old Pakistani physicist broke Newton’s record

At 16 years old Pakistani physicist broke Newton’s record

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At a young age of 16, Muhammad Shaheer Niazi has managed to achieve greatness in the field of physics.

His research came to light through his participation in the International Young Physicist Tournament in Russia in 2016, as one of Pakistan’s first participants. Niazi went on to have his research published in the Royal Open Science Journal.

What did he do?

He became the youngest Pakistani scientist in the world as he found a way to photograph the movement of ions that form the honeycomb shape made when electrically charged particles try to pass through a pool of oil.

On breaking Newton’s record

Niazi was only 16 when his research was published in the Royal Society Open Science journal.“Newton was 17 when his first research [paper] got published in the same journal,” Shaheer proudly said in a leading daily. Adding on, he also said that he received an email from a New York Times journalist referring to him as “Dr. Niazi”. “I replied that I don’t know whether I can be called a ‘doctor’ because I am just a 17-year-old student. Nobody knew before this that I was just 17.”

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