Young Scientists Expo sparks STEM passion

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AMMAN — Amidst great anticipation, the Jordan Young Scientists (JoYS) National Exhibition 2023 is scheduled to commence next Saturday, organized by the Embassy of Ireland. This national initiative, supported by the Ministry of Education, Crown Prince Foundation, and Queen Rania Foundation, aims to ignite the passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) among young students while providing them with a platform to showcase their exceptional projects.اضافة اعلان

Spanning two consecutive days, the exhibition will gather 357 students from 68 schools across the Kingdom These young scientists will unveil their innovative solutions to real-world challenges and present ground-breaking scientific discoveries, captivating visitors with their ingenuity and creativity, the Jordan News Agency, Petra reported.

The JoYS Program, with its origins dating back nearly sixty years in Ireland, has now arrived in Jordan, offering a priceless opportunity for young scientists to demonstrate their potential and shape a brighter future. This exhibition stands as a tribute to their remarkable achievements and invites attendees to witness firsthand the talent and dedication of Jordan's future innovators.

Al-Hussein Technical University (HTU) will serve as the venue for the event, opening its doors to the public on June 24, starting at noon. Visitors will have the privilege to explore the inspiring projects and engage with the students, gaining insights into their scientific endeavors.

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