Education Minister lauds “Think! Think!” in helping students learn STEM subjects.
PM approves 100 full “Techo Digital Talent Scholarships” for STEM graduates.
Cambodia’s 16th Annual STEM Festival is being held between January 25 and 29.
After years of promoting the benefits of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills in high school education, young Cambodians are seen to be sharpening their skills to keep pace with the rest of the world.
There is very little you have to do to acquire information in this modern age. With plenty of websites and publications online, everything that you would need is just one click away.
The renowned Honda Foundation and the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) together with Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, had successfully hosted the International Symposium on Ecotechnology 2019 last Thursday at the STEM building.
Events: STEM Roadshow – Skill-Session: Public Speaking – Effects of Current Politics on Youth
Visitors had the chance to discover SCIA’s STEM programme and become budding scientists as they journeyed through interactive spaces which showcased the school’s classrooms, science laboratories and student projects at the STEM Discovery Trail on February 23 and 24.
Events: Coercive Water-Diplomacy: Playing Politics with the Mekong – How to Apply for Korean Scholarship – SCIA STEM Discovery Trail
Honda Foundation led a research competition on Ecological Technology among students who have the capabilities to design projects that deal with environmental concerns such as farming.
Cambodia’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) discipline has continuously improved through the years. But it still has a long way to go in terms of mastery and application in the field.
The British Embassy in Phnom Penh hosted a send-off reception on Tuesday at the British Ambassador’s Residence for the 21 Cambodians who were recently granted the 2018-2019 Chevening Scholarships to pursue one-year postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom.
Former UK Ambassador to Cambodia Bill Longhurst speaks with Khmer Times about current relations between the two countries.
The ICT Innovation Centre (IIC) project broke ground on Friday and will take 18 months to complete.
Besides running his own business from a young age, Mr Rithykol is also a part-time teacher at Stanford American School.
Chhoeut Chanthy had never before seen a robot, let alone build one.