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The London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF), is a 15-day summer STEM programme for students aged 16+, held online and on-campus.
12 plenary lectures from world leading scientists, including Nobel Prize winner.
10 specialist lectures on a wide range of the latest STEM subjects, including, robotics, pandemics, artificial intelligence, health, sustainable food and energy, nanotechnology, climate change, engineering and cyber security.
Students get behind the scenes access to pioneering UK university laboratories and departments, including Oxford and Cambridge Universities, as well as national research centres and industrial sites.
Students meet and connect with like-minded passionate students, to learn, debate and network, online and in-person. Opportunity to present a scientific research project.
Students come together from 70 countries and engage with cultural sharing and learning, during this two-week immersive residential summer course.
See liysf.org.uk for more details and to apply or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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