LIYSF

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LIYSFLondon International Youth Science Forum
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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.
The LIYSF 2013 activities included lectures and demonstrations from leading scientists, seminars, debates and discussions on scientific topics of world concern, visits to academic research centres in London, Oxford and Cambridge and visits to science and natural history museums.
Annually 300 students from over 50 countries worldwide participate in LIYSF.
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.
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 confronting the world and scientific community today as well as listen to the lectures by very high level scientists of the UK and Europe.
One of major objectives of LIYSF is to give a deeper insight into science and its applications for the benefit of all mankind and to develop a greater understanding between young people of all nations.
Rehana said LIYSF is an educational forum created, owned and operated by Educational Cultural Exchanges (International), having its registered office at Royal Parade Mews, Kent.