London Youth International Science Forum

The London Youth International Science forum is an annual event which hosts students of science from all over the world. The event is a two-week residential school and students receive lectures and seminars from some of the world's leading scientists, go on excursions to university and industrial research laboratories and leading research centres of excellence. Each year, the Faculty of Science sponsors one student to attend the event, which is coordinated from the Irish side by the RDS. Click below to read the participants personal testimonies to their time at the Forum.

2009: Caroline Kelly from DT203/2 attended the London Youth International Science forum, and reports on CERN, chemistry and cancer and Jamaican dancing among other things...

2008: Eoghan Stanley from DT203/1 attended the London Youth International Science forum. Eoghan is now in DT203/2 Forensic and Environmental Analysis. Here he offers some advice for anyone travelling to the forum, as well as some reflections on his time there...

2007: Tina Davern from DT212 attended the 2007 London Youth International Science Forum. Tina, now in second year Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences (DT261) tells her story of her time at the forum...

2006: Emily Keaveney from DT203 attended the 2006 London Youth International Science Forum on behalf of the Science Faculty at DIT. The trip was coordinated by the RDS and Emily was sponsored by the Faculty of Science, DIT. Here she reflects on her time there...

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