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Fostering Science in Education (FSiE)

 

Fostering Science in Education (FSiE)

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments is committed to our Fostering Science in Education (FSiE) program throughout the Asia Pacific region. To facilitate the development we have designed programs and partnerships with major secondary and tertiary educational institutions.

As part of the partnership agreements Shimadzu is committed to providing the tools and opportunities for students to experience and develop hands on skills in the exciting world of science. The scientific equipment and instruments which have been supplied to the Fostering Science in Education (FSiE) program will give students exposure to scientific equipment used at universities and in industry, thus enthusing the students to become our next generation of scientists whose work will bring future benefit to us all.

The Fostering Science in Education  (FSiE) program was initiated on October 29, 2008 when in partnership with Victoria University the ‘Shimadzu Laboratory’ was opened  by Mr Ando of Shimadzu Corporation Japan and Professor Ian Rouse. Globally, Shimadzu has a long history and corporate philosophy of contributing to society through science and technology.

These philosophies are also very important to Shimadzu locally and we can think of no better way of realising our goals than to take an active role in educating the scientists of the future through our Fostering Science in Education (FSiE) program.
 

FSiE News and Events


2013 April 01 – FSIE Science Roadshow helps boost School Science in regional Victoria.

The Victoria University Science Roadshow with support from Shimadzu's Fostering Science in Education (FSiE) Program travelled over 2,000 km in 2012 visiting 15 schools where over 400 students participated in hands-on science. VU staff were greeted with excitement and enthusiasm at every school, with teachers eager for their students to participate in the programs. For more information click here.

2011 July 11 – Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Science (MIPS)

New State-of-the-art Shimadzu analytical facility - A five year strategic partnership between MIPS and Shimadzu will provide Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science students. For more information click here.

2011 July 11 – Prime Minister Opens New Science Centre at Hoppers Crossing Secondary College

The Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, , officially opened the new $2M Science Centre at Hoppers Crossing Secondary College. Present also on the day was Mr John Hewetson, Director, Shimadzu. In partnership with Victoria University, Shimadzu has continued its program of equipping educational facilities with state of the art equipment. In the case of this new Science Centre the equipment covered the techniques of liquid chromatography, UV/Vis. and atomic spectroscopy. For more information click here.

Training Programs and Workshops


COMPLETE - 2012 Gain Practical Experience in Chromatography

Unique hands-on learning environment. Learn from industry respected tutors with extensive experience. 4 - day courses. Suitable for all levels. For more information download PDF.

COMPLETE - 2012 June 26-29 Three/Four Day Intensive HPLC Workshop at MIPS

This course run in Melbourne at the new Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences purpose built teaching laboratories, covers both the theory of HPLC and the practical selection and operation of different HPLC/UHPLC instruments. For more information download PDF.