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Young Scientists are gathering at Science Castle Singapore 2019

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Science Castle in Singapore is back in town. This year we have received 40 applications from over 5 countries. Selected 12 finalist will share their research outcome at Science Castle conference on stage to fellow young scientists.  While other participants will exchange ideas during poster sessions as well.

Second day follows in the format of workshops for young scientists. On this day students will have chance to deepen new found friendship and exchange their knowledge and curiosity. Students will explore their own intellectual curiosity through various activities for half a day.

Programme Timeline

0815hrs – 0900hrs Registration / Judge briefing

0900hrs – 0920hrs Opening remarks

0920hrs – 1020hrs Oral Presentation Segment 1

1020hrs – 1030hrs 10 min break

1030hrs – 1130hrs Oral Presentation Segment 2

1130hrs -1300hrs Lunch

1300hrs – 1400hrs Oral Presentation Segment 3

1400hrs – 1410hrs Move to Campus Clubhouse

1410hrs – 1510hrs Poster Presentation Segment 1 (odd-numbered teams)

1510hrs – 1610hrs Poster Presentation Segment 2 (even-numbered teams)

1610hrs – 1710hrs Judge Deliberation time and Presentation by Partners

1710hrs – 1800hrs Closing Remarks

Finalist announcement can be found here.

 

 

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徳江 紀穂子/Kihoko Tokue Leave a Nest Singapore Pte. Ltd. Leave a Nest Asia group Education background: PhD in Science (Behavioral Biology), Rikkyo University MSc in Science, University of New England BSc graduated with Magna Cum Laude, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Born in Tokyo, raised in Singapore and Thailand. Educated in the US and Australia. She has working experience in Thailand as a researcher and lecturer at King Mongkut's Technology Thonburi. She joined Leave a Nest in 2011, founded Leave a Nest Malaysia in 2013, and became Leave a Nest Singapore president from 2016. Her dream is to build Leave a Nest Asia as leading global leader hub for bringing "Advancing Science and Technology for Global Happiness"

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