Scientists work in NUS, June 2014
Scientists work across multiple disciplines in Singapore, June 2014
Three keen scientists from Jaipur House: Arnav Gupta, Shaswat Gandhi and, Archit Barthwal went to this event at the National University of Singapore. One hundred and forty students from nine different countries (Sri Lanka, Malaysia, India, Dubai, Indonesia, China, Brunei, Philippines, Vietnam and Singapore) participated in this event. This programme was student oriented, specially designed to train and give hands on experience to students in multi-disciplinary sciences. This programme inculcated creativity, curiosity, and a passion for learning sciences. During the five days of this camp our boys were exposed to innovative teaching methods in sciences, demo labs in Chemistry, Physics and Biology, field trips, side scenes also includes lectures by very eminent professors from Singapore University. For me the highlight of this visit was learning through the study of Physics, Forensic Science, Biology and Food Technology. The boys saw the power of creative thinking and communication in the effective study of science.