ELECTRIC HONEYCOMB: PAKISTANI TEEN IN SCIENTIFIC FIRST

ELECTRIC HONEYCOMB: PAKISTANI TEEN IN SCIENTIFIC FIRST. Only 17 years old and the Pakistani teenager Muhammad Shaheer Niazie is already a recognised scientist. He replicated and provided a visualisation of an electric honeycomb. His visualisation of the phenomenon can help engineers develop technology for printing, heating or biomedicine. An electronic honeycomb is what happens when certain kinds of electrically charged particles travel between a pointy electrode and a flat one but bump into a puddle of oil along the way, creating a beautiful pattern. Photo courtesy Agencies

Last Updated: 2017-10-10

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