Sikh student represents Malaysia at London youth science forum

Inderjit Kaur from UKM, who once won a medal at an international robotic competition, gets to spend two weeks in London

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| London, UK | 29 July 2017 | Asia Samachar |
GLOBAL FRIENDS: Inderjit Kaur (extreme left) with other participants at the London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) – Photo / Supplied

A Sikh student from a Malaysian public university is representing the nation at the London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) which runs tills Aug 9.

Inderjit Kaur from University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), who won a medal at the World Robot Olympiad some years ago, joins some 475 students aged between 16-21 years from over 70 countries worldwide.

SEE ALSO: Robotic girl Inderjit wins NCWO Young Women Award

Over the two-week duration, students will reside nearby and embark on a world-class programme of lectures, with access to research centres, laboratories and leading education institutions.

Inderjit had presented a research paper on autism and food at the forum.

The event aims to provide all students with a broad, engaging learning environment with a variety of lectures and specialist seminars, according to a statement from the organiser.

 

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