The Youth STEM Matters Research Conference 2021 is now accepting applications.
The Conference is returning, and this time it will bring together young people from all across the world (virtually) to push climate action via science and creativity.
They will highlight and celebrate the contributions that young people are making via STEM research, and equip more young people with the skills and opportunities they need to confront global issues with their ‘STEM for Climate Action’ theme.
The STEM for Climate Action Research Conference, which takes place just days before COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference, features a speaker lineup that includes:
Rania Hashim – How Animal-Free Dairy Could Change the Game
Ayesha Tandon (Carbon Brief) – The Importance of Good Science Communication in Climate Action
Lex Amore (Biomimicry Institute) – Learning How to Ask Nature to Solve Design Challenges
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Benefits of Youth STEM Matters Research
Join live to win prizes.
Receive a certificate of attendance.
Connect with a global community of youth who want to tackle climate change.
Access the STEM exhibition to be inspired by how youth are changing the world.
Gain skills and access new opportunities to make a difference to the issues you care about.
Eligibility for the Youth STEM Matters Research Conference
Youth globally can attend this free virtual event.
Whether you’re a teacher/university lecturer, a STEM competition organiser, or are representing a science fair, join to hear about how the young people you work with can access opportunities.
STEM Organisations can also apply.
Register now for a free ticket to join us on October 30, 2021, for a jam-packed program of presentations and workshops on climate justice, how technology is addressing climate change, and hearing from young researchers who are working to safeguard our world.