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In a significant development, the founder of “Neurocosmic Brain” research projects and the think tank for “Brain and Space Research” has appealed to the government of Pakistan to take a bold step towards pioneering neuroscience higher education degree programs. The proposed initiative, if implemented by March 2024, would establish B.Sc., M.Phil, and Ph.D. programs in neuroscience at high-ranking universities across the country.

Founder of “Neurocosmic Brain” Urges Pakistan Government to Launch Neuroscience Higher Education Programs

The educational, research, and economic value of neuroscience higher education has been extensively explored in previous columns and proposals, including one addressed to the Chinese government.

The founder is seeking academic collaboration and funding to support the development of neuroscience research degree programs and the establishment of a “Neuroscience Research Centre of Excellence.”

Proposed initiative aims to position Pakistan as a leader in brain and space research

Scientific investigations conducted by the think tank indicate that the implementation of research and higher education in neuroscience over the next two decades could propel Pakistan towards becoming a creative and innovative state.

Moreover, it would position the country as a growing power in the field of brain science research within Asia. The advancement in brain research is expected to unlock the potential for cutting-edge research in other fields, particularly space research.

The impact of higher education in neuroscience extends beyond scientific exploration. It has the potential to drive advancements in various industries such as the knowledge-based economy, creative sectors including books, film, music, sports, and other arts. These industries contribute significantly to global economies, acting as backbones for economic growth and cultural development.

The advancement in brain research is expected to unlock the potential for cutting-edge research in other fields, particularly space research.

Simultaneously, the think tank’s strategic planning aims to integrate brain and space research, establishing a new emerging industry called “Neurocosmic Brain.” This industry envisions the establishment of a Pakistani space station within the next five years, with collaboration from China and other countries engaged in scientific research with Pakistan.

Think Tank Reveals Fascinating Insights into Brain's Sensory Processing, Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Think Tank Reveals Fascinating Insights into Brain’s Sensory Processing, Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

By spearheading brain and space research industries in the country, Pakistan would also pave the way for the development of related sectors such as semiconductor chips and quantum computer chips. Additionally, the installation of a 5G radiation industry would revolutionize communication systems, defense capabilities, transportation, aviation, and space exploration.

The implementation of neuroscience research degree programs in Pakistan is expected to catalyze the growth of various industries, significantly boosting the country’s overall economy and GDP.

The initiation of neuroscience research classes would mark a significant milestone, setting the stage for the emergence of numerous new industries in Pakistan.

The government of Pakistan is urged to prioritize the establishment of neuroscience research degree programs, followed by space science research programs encompassing Astronomy, Astrophysics, Cosmology, and Rocket Science.

The “Neurocosmic” think tank, dedicated to brain and space exploration research, wholeheartedly supports the implementation of these crucial initiatives. They firmly believe that this visionary approach holds the key to the future well-being of the country and its citizens.

 

Keywords: Neurocosmic Brain, think tank, neuroscience higher education, Pakistan, research, degrees, academic collaboration, funding, neuroscience research centre of excellence, brain science research, space research, higher education, industries, economy, GDP, scientific research, semiconductor chips, quantum computer chips, 5G radiations, communication system, defense system, transportation, aviation, space exploration, milestone, government of Pakistan, Neurocosmic think tank.

M Moiz
M Moiz
M Moiz, is Research Student at Islamabad research Institute and work with THE THINK TANK JOURNAL

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