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Bayer Foundation awarded 28 scholarships for Science Camp

A science camp is organized by the Bayer Foundation in collaboration with the Bayer USA Foundation and the Center for STEM Learning. 28 young students with a passion for science will travel to Colorado, United States to participate in the Bayer Science Teens 2017 to be held from July 24 to August 7. Bayer Foundation is supporting these students through scholarships that will help facilitate international exchange between young scientists on the topics of life science and medical health. 5 students from India aged between 14 and 16 years will join the science camp along with five participants each from African countries and the United States and 11 students from Germany.

KJ Staff


An independent panel of judges shortlisted Darshan Nere from Mumbai, Prashanthi Sarayu and Abhinav Omprakash Patil from Hyderabad, Tanvi Baviskar and Pranav Asawa from Vapi to represent India at the Bayer Science Teens 2017.

Among the features of the program are the exchange between committed young researchers and medical experimentation. During the first week, the young people will be at the university campus in Boulder performing assignments concerning the human anatomy and biomechanics, where they will have access to state-of-the-art laboratory tools.

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