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International interactions with schools
London International Youth Science Forum
Since 2008, international students participating in the London International Youth Science Forum has been visiting Rothamsted Research and interacting with our scientists. The Forum, founded in 1959, aims 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.
In 2010, Dr Femke van den Berg delivered a Specialist Lecture “Sustaining and Increasing Productivity while Minimising Adverse Effects on the Environment”
International students visits to Rothamsted Research
Rothamsted Research has supported activities involving international partnerships between schools.
Since 2005, Sir John Lawes and Ndeke High School in Zambia has become partners in order to enhance teaching and learning in both schools, promote international awareness and understanding and a sense of global citizenship and develop the global dimension of the curriculum within the schools. In 2010, students from both schools visited Rothamsted and engaged with our scientists working on the topic of Food Security.
In 2010, students from Lycée Romain Rolland in France visited Rothamsted. Students participated in scientific and career activities. The school has a partnership with Highlands High School in Enfield.
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