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University of Surrey2006 UK-Japan Young Scientist Workshop
30th July - August 5th

The UK-Japan Young Scientist Workshop is a unique team-based event for post-16 students from schools in Britain and Japan. Devised by Dr Eric Albone, Director of the Clifton Scientific Trust, it was supported and hosted, this year, by the University of Surrey, and the Surrey Centre for Excellence in Professional Training and Education (SCEPTrE). Clifton Scientific Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales (1086933).

UK-Japan Young Scientist Workshop - StudentsDuring the week-long Workshop, students and their teachers (click on the images for larger versions), university researchers, and cultural language facilitators worked together, through the process of inquiry, to understand a challenging and complex scientific problem. At the end of the week, students gave presentations of their original research findings.

Dr Richard Pike, Secretary General and Chief Executive, The Royal Society of Chemistry, and Ms Heidi Potter, Chief Executive, Japan 21 provided a summing up following the Student Team Presentations.

President, Royal Society of Chemistry (click to enlarge)Follow the links below for information about the five science workshops.

  1. Climate change, Health and Ethics
  2. Water for Life
  3. Global Monitoring by Satellite
  4. Exploring the Nanoworld
  5. Circadian Rhythms, Sleep and Jet Lag

UK-Japan Young Scientist Workshop - StaffThe Workshop was led by:

There is more background information on the Workshop Flyer

We are grateful to all who have made contributions to these pages. To submit further contributions, images, or evaluations, please contact Lawrence Williams ( ) .

Clifton Scientific Trust gratefully acknowledges financial support for the Workshop from the DTI Office of Science and Innovation, the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, and Japan 21, donations from Hinchley Wood School, Esher and Dartford Grammar School and support in kind from the University of Surrey. The Workshop is formally endorsed by the Embassy of Japan.

University of Surrey and Clifton Scientific Trust

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