Initiated in 2008, the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE) is Pakistan's leading school for science and engineering education and is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories and research facilities.
SBASSE offers undergraduate, graduate and a PhD programme with degrees in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Physics.
Chemistry & Chemical
SBASSE is home to six departments that are equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories that house sophisticated instruments and machines that enable our faculty and students to conduct world class research.
Research at SBASSE has been providing health solutions to combat deadly diseases such as hepatitis, introducing management methods to increase efficiency in industries and economic welfare of the country.
We deeply care about our students and the quality of education they receive. With a rigorous curriculum design, highly competitive faculty, best-in-class doctoral program and state of the art research facilities, SBASSE aims to deliver on its promise of providing quality education to its students.
SBASSE is loaded with a wide array of resources to meet the needs of a modern education infrastructure. We intend to go above and beyond in our intent to provide all necessary facilities to enable maximum growth and productivity in our faculty and students.
Our quarterly magazine 'The Particle' is part of our science outreach portfolio. We regularly share on-campus stories of innovation and research with the public through our social media platforms.
We advocate for a greener, safer working environment. SBASSE goes the extra mile in exercising the latest health and safety best practices to ensure the best, safest working and studying environment. Our safety staff attends regular trainings, workshops and situation drills.
The Office of Science Communication is home to our very own science illustrator. SBASSE produces regular content for science outreach that is accompanied with original, stunning illustrations. This is an archive of our entire science artwork.
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