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Stemforyouth
Stemforyouth shared University of Cambridge's video.Thursday, October 19th, 2017 at 7:47pm
Early career scientists at the University of Cambridge are inspiring a generation of young Indians to pursue opportunities in STEM subjects.
#STEM #H2020 #SwafS #education #scientix #stemforyouth #VIGYANshaala #inspiring #PhysicsAtWork
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Stemforyouth
University of Cambridge
Two physicists and an astronomer from the University of Cambridge have returned from a month long visit to India where they've been inspiring young schoolchildren to take up science subjects. The tour was part of VIGYANshaala (‘the classroom of science’ in Sanskrit/Hindi), which encourages Indian graduate students and researchers around the world to collaborate with teachers and students in their home country. Although science is studied widely in Indian schools, few pupils get to conduct hands-on experiments. Here a group of children observe a water rocket being launched. http://bit.ly/2eHx8uD

Twitter

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 at 9:56pm
CTT at JSI promoted STEM4Youth project at the European Researchers' Night in Ljubljana, Slovenia. #STEMhttps://t.co/TY5btwD0Cy
Monday, September 25th, 2017 at 9:51pm
From chatbots to self-driving cars: what worries people about machine learning? Let us know in our replies! https://t.co/S7214h80ge
Friday, September 22nd, 2017 at 7:59pm
The explanation of math thinking is the key to developing future mathematicians. #STEM #H2020 #education #mathchat
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