The University of WA science student will travel to Tsukuba, Japan, from August 25-30 as part of the Australian delegation.
‘I am really looking forward to being immersed in the depths of future science ” by the people who are making the biggest leaps,’ Blair said.
When he returns, Blair is committed to sharing his Asian science experience with Bullsbrook students, where he hopes to encourage them to consider studying science at university. The camp promotes international co-operation and networks among 200 of the best science students of the next generation in Asia, Australia and Oceania and encourages thinking about science and scientific knowledge.
During the program students enjoy lectures, and discussions with some of the world’s great scientific minds including Nobel Laureates.