Impressive achievements!!

The Israel National Science Team continues to rake in achievements at the International Science Olympiad. All of the Israeli Physics Team’s members won medals; 4 silver medals and one bronze medal.

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IL National Pride

The Israel National Mathematics Team achieved an unprecedented goal at the International Mathematics Olympiad. For the first time since 1979, Israel placed in the top 10 - 7th in the world. We are so proud of you!

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Warm Wishes!

Congratulations to Alpha Program students Noa Broder and Gali Inbar on being awarded the Peled Prize at the 'Israel Chemistry Society' competition, for presenting their excellent research projects.

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Congratulations to Israel's National Informatics Team

On achieving impressive results and bringing pride to Israel At the European Informatics Olympiad for Girls, Which was held this year for the very first time.

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The Year in Review with a Look Towards the Future

2020 will forever be remembered as one of the most challenging years ever faced by humanity. Yet, despite the hardships, we (and you) at the Future Scientists Center achieved many impressive goals!

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We’re proud of you!

Congratulations to the Future Scientists Center students who made it to the final round and won prizes at the 2021Young Scientists and Developers in Israel competition. They worked hard on their research projects, presented and were tested on them, and won prizes!

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We proudly and excitedly congratulate you

Graduates of the Alpha and Odyssey programs, as well as members of the Ascola Alumni Network – a network of the Future Scientists Center’s alumni – for being named some of Forbes Israel’s 2021 30Under30s: Sarit Moses, Or Sagi, and Adam Shem-Or.

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Congratulations to The Future Scientists Center's Students

For their exemplary and inspirational achievements and their success in the Young Scientists and Developers' Competition in Israel.

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Programs

Alpha is an innovative program for gifted students in high school (9th grade graduates) which facilitates their participation in the world of contemporary scientific research. The program was designed with the aim to provide for the specialized needs of gifted students, by enriching their scientific knowledge, exposing them to scientific research at a high level, and providing them with the skills required to formulate their own independent scientific research and implement it at a level consistent with academic standards.

The Odyssey Program was inspired and initiated by the late President of the State of Israel, Mr. Shimon Peres. The program was developed to nurture a unique scientific-technological group – a new generation of inventors and scientists in Israel who possess both the ability to lead and a sense of social responsibility.

The program includes academic studies in the sciences, alongside work in research laboratories. The participants acquire knowledge, skills and experience coping with complex problems, while accumulating academic credits. The program is implemented in parallel with formal studies and during vacations, and involves participation intensive coursework each week.

The Idea program commenced this year at Tel Aviv Youth University. Idea is a unique, innovative research program in the humanities and social sciences, for gifted students of high school age, which allows its participants to integrate into the forefront of academic research in these areas.

The program was formulated with the aim to meet the unique needs of gifted students, by enriching their knowledge in the humanities and social sciences, exposing them to high level academic research in these areas, and providing them with the requisite skills to independently formulate and carry out research at an academic level.

Programs

Alpha is an innovative program for gifted students in high school (9th grade graduates) which facilitates their participation in the world of contemporary scientific research. The program was designed with the aim to provide for the specialized needs of gifted students, by enriching their scientific knowledge, exposing them to scientific research at a high level, and providing them with the skills required to formulate their own independent scientific research and implement it at a level consistent with academic standards.

The Odyssey Program was inspired and initiated by the late President of the State of Israel, Mr. Shimon Peres. The program was developed to nurture a unique scientific-technological group – a new generation of inventors and scientists in Israel who possess both the ability to lead and a sense of social responsibility.

The program includes academic studies in the sciences, alongside work in research laboratories. The participants acquire knowledge, skills and experience coping with complex problems, while accumulating academic credits. The program is implemented in parallel with formal studies and during vacations, and involves participation intensive coursework each week.

The Idea program commenced this year at Tel Aviv Youth University. Idea is a unique, innovative research program in the humanities and social sciences, for gifted students of high school age, which allows its participants to integrate into the forefront of academic research in these areas.

The program was formulated with the aim to meet the unique needs of gifted students, by enriching their knowledge in the humanities and social sciences, exposing them to high level academic research in these areas, and providing them with the requisite skills to independently formulate and carry out research at an academic level.

The Israel Science Team

The Israel Science Teams in Chemistry, Informatics, Mathematics, and Physics, and the Israel Young Science Team

International Olympiads in the sciences are competitions on an international academic level, in which junior high and high school students from all over the world participate. In the framework of the Israel science teams, gifted and talented students with the strongest abilities and achievements in the sciences in general, and in specific scientific fields (chemistry, physics, informatics and mathematics), are recruited. The students undergo preparation in a long, intensive process, led by the top academics in each of the fields.

The Ministry of Education and the Future Scientists Center run the training programs for participation in the various Olympiads, in partnership with the leading universities in Israel.

The Israel Science Team

The Israel Science Teams in Chemistry, Informatics, Mathematics, and Physics, and the Israel Young Science Team

International Olympiads in the sciences are competitions on an international academic level, in which junior high and high school students from all over the world participate. In the framework of the Israel science teams, gifted and talented students with the strongest abilities and achievements in the sciences in general, and in specific scientific fields (chemistry, physics, informatics and mathematics), are recruited. The students undergo preparation in a long, intensive process, led by the top academics in each of the fields.

The Ministry of Education and the Future Scientists Center run the training programs for participation in the various Olympiads, in partnership with the leading universities in Israel.

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Ascola

Ascola is a social and professional network of alumni, intended for all students in the Future Scientists Center programs – Odyssey, Alpha and Idea – who have successfully completed their high school studies. This network is intended to serve as a shared, relevant and up to date resource for all the alumni, a space in which they operate on a voluntary basis, depending on their character, their needs, and their world view.

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Ascola

Ascola is a social and professional network of alumni, intended for all students in the Future Scientists Center programs – Odyssey, Alpha and Idea – who have successfully completed their high school studies. This network is intended to serve as a shared, relevant and up to date resource for all the alumni, a space in which they operate on a voluntary basis, depending on their character, their needs, and their world view.