International Science School (ISS)
NANOSCIENCE: SMALL WONDERS, BIG FUTURE
The Professor Harry Messel International Science School (ISS) is a visionary science programme created for academically gifted high school students. The two-week fully residential curriculum is sponsored by the School of Physics through the Physics Foundation, which was established in 1954 and is dedicated to the pursuit of academic excellence. The ISS has been held on the University of Sydney campus since its inception in 1962.
The 2013 ISS, Nanoscience: Small Wonders, Big Future, will bring together top international and Australian nanoscience experts - along with leaders from the breadth of science, including keynote speaker and Nobel prize-winning cosmologist Professor Brian Schmidt.
140 senior high school students, from Australia and overseas, will get the opportunity to attend the ISS.
2013 ISS dates: 30 June - 13 July 2013
Applications open: Now until 21 February 2013
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