- Programme administered by not-for-profit organisation We Speak Science in partnership with digital learning platform insendi
A free, online programme to help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds pursue academic careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) is now open for registration to students in India.
Following the news that three centres of excellence for Artificial Intelligence will be established in Indian institutions, the We Speak Science STEM programme includes lectures from Ajit Jaokar, the Artificial Intelligence Course Director at the University of Oxford, Professor Vladimir Pletser, who trained as an astronaut with NASA, David Mackay, a pilot with Virgin Galactic and We Speak Science founder, Dr Detina Zalli.
Not-for-profit organisation We Speak Science has launched the programme in partnership with insendi, a Study Group company. Registration is now open to 300 students and the programme will officially commence on 27 February.
Students will learn the fundamentals of data science, cell biology and space biology gaining practical knowledge to solve authentic, real-case difficulties the world faces in the 21st century.
The three-week course, which includes discussion forums, e-learning and live classes, will be delivered through digital learning platform, insendi, giving students access to the learning material at any time and from any location.