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Every year on February 28th, India commemorates the discovery of the Raman effect by celebrating National Science Day.

Starting February 28, the 'National Science Day 2022', India is set to embrace a long term 'Integrated approach in science and technology for sustainable future' which has been identified as the theme for the day this year. The National Science Day is celebrated on February 28, which happens to be the day of the discovery of the CV Raman effect and the theme was announced on Wednesday.

Minister of State for Science & Technology Dr Jitendra Singh said, every year the theme is conceived keeping in consideration the immediate priorities of the nation, of the society, and the world as a whole. "India today is also increasingly assuming a global role and as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been reiterating at every available forum that we have to come out of the culture of working in silos, I think gradually, now, to come out of silos is no longer a matter of only option or by choice, it is a necessity," Singh said.

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AR apps to enhance the knowledge of your younger ones. Pixabay

If you wish to aid the development of a scientific temper in your kids with the help of augmented reality (AR) on the occasion of National Science Day, Apple App Store has brought some transforming apps that would be helpful. Several of these apps use the power of AR, which transforms how kids work, learn, play, shop, and connect with the world around them.

An app named “Galileo: AR Physics” help students get a better understanding of physics with Augmented Reality. The students can place experiments and animated 3D models on a table and explore them by moving around. Contents are presented in small articles, written with simple language. The articles cover various topics from mechanics to nuclear physics. Articles include images, animations, 3D models, and sometimes a little equation.

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