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Workshops for high-school students

Bridge the gap between theoretical school knowledge and hands-on research: step from the classroom into a scientific laboratory!

 

One-Day Workshops

The one-day workshops are offered for entire classes from classical (3e, 2e, 1ère) and technical (11e, 12e, 13e) high schools in 3 scientific disciplines: biology, mathematics and physics. Experienced scientists of the University of Luxembourg and high-school teachers supervise the workshops, which are mainly linked to the current investigations of the different research groups.

The workshops take place from 9:00h till 15:30h with a lunch break of one hour. The group should not exceed 28 students.

        Biology

     Mathematics

         Physics

 

To book a workshop at the Scienteens Lab, register online with Appointy.
Please consider a waiting time of 6 to 12 months.

Important - The booking schedule for the biology workshop for the school year 2017/2018 will become available during the summer 2017.

 

Holiday workshop

In addition to workshops for entire classes, the Scienteens Lab also offers individual one-day workshops for highly motivated high-school students during the school holidays. These workshops are offered together with the Science Club of Luxembourg. Individual participants have to register at the Science Club first and can then take part in a holiday workshop. The schedule and activity are similar to the one-day workshops.

Internships

In 2017, all the internships will be linked to the MitoMap project: we are looking for high-school, bachelor and master students interested in science to collaboratively work on a 3D-Map of all mitochondria associated biochemical reactions. This internship will take place from June to September 2017.
Interested? Have a look at the call for students and send your CV and letter of motivation to Dr. Elisabeth John.

A new system for internships will be implemented and described on this page soon.
Please check this page regularly or contact Dr Elisabeth John to have more information.