Fifth International Conference Science and Scientists 2017 to be held from Aug 18

Fifth International Conference Science and Scientists 2017 to be held from Aug 18

KATHMANDU, Aug 16 : The Fifth International Conference Science and Scientist 2017 is being organized on August 18 and 19 at the Nepal Pragya Pratisthan in Kamaladi of Kathmandu. The former President of Nepal Ram Baran Yadav will chief guest of the inaugural session of the conference said the organizers during a press meet at the Reporters’ Club Nepal on Wednesday.

The two-day conference, which carries the slogan ‘Working Together towards Spiritual Science of the Conscious Self” is being hosted by Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Institute, Bangalore in collaboration with Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Sabha, Kathmandu, Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Central Department of Bio-technology, Tribhuvan University, Nepal Academy and Kathmandu University.

Altogether 56 presenters including leading scientists Prof. SR Bhatt and Prof. Joan Walton from India, Dr. Paul Werbos from USA, Prof. Oded Maimon from Israel and others from different countries will participate in the conference, said the organizers. Dr. Paul Werbos is scientist and writer served as program director in the National Science Foundation for several years until 2015.

‘Science and Scientist – 2017’ aims at highlighting the fact that modern scientific research and development seem to be leading to a detente between science and the more spiritual ideas of soul and God as found in all world religions. The progress of science continues to leave behind old and outworn ideas and embrace more comprehensive ones that may more adequately express life and its origin.

The Spiritual concepts can help modern science to explore the reality of a spiritual conscious self as the foundation of life and all the questions of origin of life and evolution should be viewed from a more spiritual concept. To judge good and bad by our self-centered perspectives will not bring us closer to Truth but entangle us further in the misconception of separate interest.

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