@ NUS High School of Mathematics and Science

Event description

The ISSF   is an international student fair hosted on a rotating basis by a network of science high schools worldwide. It was officially launched in 2005 to facilitate international interaction and collaboration in science education. The ISSF brings together students, teachers and school leaders to share and develop their ideas about science in a modern world. The ISSF is the major event of its type in the world with a focus on the combined sharing and development of teaching and learning in science education. Each year’s event creates a learning hub for participants that provide a range of forums promoting the development in teaching and learning of science research and science education.

ISSF aims  provide students with opportunities to:

1. effectively communicate scientific knowledge and concepts to an international audience;
2. think critically about how effective leadership in science can provide solutions to complex societal issues;
3. make cross-cultural connections with gifted science students, teachers and principals.

The programme is varied and interesting, including 

Keynote speakers: 

Professor Erwin Neher, Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry 
Professor Eva-Maria Neher, G√∂ttingen Xlab 
Professor Sow Chorng Haur, NUS 
Associate Professor Tan Choon Hong, NTU 

Student Science Activities: 
Poster Session
Project Presentation 
Nobel Experiments Workshops, including
1. Optics
2. Holography
3. Chromatography  
4. Genes and Enzymes
5. RNAi

Cultural and learning journeys:  
Cultural night 
Excursions to various places, including
Nature and  Agriculture in Singapore         
Research at NUS, NTU 
Aerospace Industry
Manufacturing Industry
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

More details can be found here: 


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