KARACHI: A three-day Genomics Youth Camp was opened by Goethe-Institut Pakistan and the PASCH Initiative. The camp will be an educational event running from November 10 to 12 at the TDF Magnifi Science Centre.
According to the details, this camp opens doors for youth from across Pakistan to explore the fusion of three worlds – German Language, Mathematics, and the Genetic Code.
The Genomics Youth Camp offers an engaging blend of workshops, interactive sessions, networking opportunities, and final project presentations. Participants will have the unique chance to immerse themselves in the German language, delve into the intricacies of mathematics, and unravel the mysteries of the genetic code.
Guided by esteemed instructors, Dr. Antonia Mey, a German physicist from the School of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh, and Dr. Natasha Anwar, a Pakistani Consultant Molecular Pathologist working at the Aga Khan University Hospital Outreach Lab, this camp promises to inspire, educate, and connect the youth.
Germany is committed to advancing research and STEM programs, inspired by the legacy of great inventors and thinkers. This camp is an exceptional opportunity for young German learners in Pakistan, in line with the mission of Goethe-Institut Pakistan to foster accessibility and engagement in science and the German language.
The collaborating partners for this initiative are IMAGINARY and the University of Edinburgh.