Murcian students get scientific this summer


A TOTAL of 127 Murcian students from the first year of Bachillerato and the fourth year of ESO have been selected to participate in the ‘Summer Scientific Campus’.

Each student will spend a week developing a scientific project at one of the 16 Spanish universities of excellence attached to the initiative.

The initiative has been organised by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport and the Fecyt, of the Ministry of Economy, with the collaboration of the Obra Social ‘La Caixa’ and registered over 8,000 applicants.

Students will learn about facilities and laboratories in various scientific areas and will carry out a range of fascinating activities including obtaining samples of marine organisms aboard a ship and using drones to study the natural environment.


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