London International Youth Science Forum

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London International Youth Science Forum

The London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) is a science enrichment programme for students from all over the globe. The Science Forum each year brings together some 350 students of the sciences, from almost 60 countries in the 5 continents.

About the Forum[edit]

Founded in 1959, LIYSF aims to give a deeper insight into science and its applications for the benefit of all mankind and to develop a greater understanding between young people of all nations.

LIYSF offers a unique opportunity to participate in an international event, attracting science students from around the world. The modern world continues to present new challenges and advances in scientific understanding continue. The forum asks its attendees - the thinkers of today - how science will move forward in the future and which new questions should be asked in that process.

Participants join in a programme of

Accommodation is in Imperial College London Halls of Residence. Meals are provided throughout the LIYSF.

For two weeks the participants, living together as an international community, exchange their ideas and experiences of the world to fulfill the aim of the Science Forum: to give a greater insight into science and its application for the benefit of all mankind.

The Forum celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2009, in its new location at Imperial College London.


The Science Forum has been running since 1959.

The last edition took place 24 July - 7 August 2013.

LIYSF 2014 will take place 23 July - 6 August 2014.

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