LIYSFLondon International Youth Science Forum
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The students' participation in LIYSF 2018 is funded by BP Oman, British Council, Al Habib & Co, Oman Shipping Company, The Anglo-Omani Society and BAE Systems and Supported by Oman Air as the national carrier.
The students said they were more self-confident, optimistic and informed after having attended the LIYSF.
Richard Myhill, Forum Director for LIYSF commented: "LIYSF continues to offer an unrivalled and unique opportunity for participants to share ideas with student peers from around the world, to learn about different international scientific approaches and share in each other's cultures."
TRC earlier received 44 applications from students to take part in the 60th LIYSF. Students participation in the LIYSF 2018 will be funded by BP Oman, British Council, Al Habib and Co, Oman Shipping Company, the Anglo-Omani Society, and BAE Systems, and supported by Oman Air.
Muscat: Participants representing the Sultanate of Oman in the 59th London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) got an opportunity to learn about the latest inventions in different fields of science and have a glimpse of projects and meeting with research students from all over the world.
LIYSF is an educational forum regularly organized on annual basis since 1959 and Pakistani students sponsored by the Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF) are participating in it since 2012.
Annually 300 students from over 50 countries worldwide participate in LIYSF.
Muscat: Three young Omani researchers returned to the Sultanate recently after participating at the 58th London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) that was held at Imperial College London from July 27 until August 10 this year.
The LIYSF provided a superb opportunity to participants of ages between 17-21 years to meet and interact with young scientists from all over the world, to exchange ideas, to learn scientifically and culturally and to discuss and debate some of the major issues presently confronting the world and scientific community.
ISLAMABAD -- Five Pakistani young scientists have participated in the world fame science forum- "London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) 2012".
ISLAMABAD -- Four Pakistani students Wednesday left for London for participation in "London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF)-2012" to be held at London Imperial College from August 16-30, 2012.
An Orientation Session for the students selected for participation in London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) 2012 was also held on this occasion.