Science Fuse is a social enterprise working to improve the quality of science education among 3- to 14-year-olds. We are working to change how science is perceived and communicated both inside and outside classrooms in Pakistan. We curate informal STEM learning programs, student engagement programs, teacher training and informal science learning resources to nurture interest and understanding of science among children from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, especially girls from underserved communities.




Lahore, Pakistan

Type of Organisation

Falling Walls Engage Project

Focus Area / Approach

STEM/STEAM Programme

Impact Towards SDGs

Goal 4: Quality Education

Main Target Group

Kids (<12 years old), Youth & Students (>13 years old)

Project Lead

2021 Winner | Science Engagement 2021 2021 Winner Winner Science Engagement (Falling Walls Engage)

Lala Rukh Fazal-Ur-Rahman is a science communicator and founder of Science Fuse, a social enterprise offering informal science education to children from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds in Pakistan. She studied biotechnology at university & has been working as a science communicator for the last 8 years, earlier at a Norwegian social enterprise, Forskerfabrikken and later at the Science Museum London before moving to Pakistan in 2016. She is an Acumen Fellow 2018 and a Malala Fund Education Champion 2020 from Pakistan.

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