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Future Scientists Forum: 10K Scientific Jobs 2024-27

 Welcome to the Future Scientists Forum (6D.FSF), an innovative initiative by 6D.Varsity designed to cultivate a robust scientific workforce. Our mission is to establish chapters at schools and colleges, providing students and faculty with the resources to engage in cutting-edge research, receive expert training, and prepare for successful careers in scientific research. 

Vision & Mission
Vision

To inspire and equip one million young scientific thinkers by 2030, fostering a global community of future scientists ready to tackle the world's most pressing challenges. 

Mission

​To create a platform for collaboration, learning, and innovation, bridging the gap between academia and industry, and empowering the next generation of scientists. 

6D-Institutional Chapter (6D.FSS.IC) 
Faculty/Teachers
  • Requirements: A minimum of 2 faculty members with a core interest in scientific research.

  • Roles: Mentor and guide students, facilitate research projects, and coordinate with 6D.Varsity for program implementation.

Students
  • Requirements: 5-10 (max) students committed to pursuing careers in scientific research. 

  • Roles: Participate in training programs, engage in research projects, and contribute to the chapter's activities. 

Program Duration and Levels
12-24 Months Future Scientists Programs:
  • Designed to provide comprehensive training in lifesciences research across three levels.

  • Training is provided by University of Wisconsin-Madison Research Faculty, CSIR Scientists, and top industry experts.

Training Levels
Future Scientist - Level 1: Introduction to Life Sciences Research
  • Duration: 6 months

  • Objective: Introduce students to the basics of life sciences research, including foundational concepts, methodologies, and techniques.

  • Content: Basic principles of BioDiscovery, introductory laboratory skills, research ethics, and initial project work.

Future Scientist - Level 2: Advanced Life Sciences Research
  • Duration: 6 months

  • Objective: Build on the foundational knowledge with advanced topics and more complex research projects.

  • Content: Advanced bio processing concepts, experimental design, data analysis, and interpretation, advanced laboratory techniques.

Future Scientist - Level 3: Professional Life Sciences Research
  • Duration: 6 months

  • Objective: Prepare students for professional research careers with in-depth training and real-world research experience.

  • Content: Specialized research topics, professional lab work, collaboration with research institutions, and preparation for publication or presentation of research findings, and become Global Research Ambassadors.

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The Future Scientists Forum Meet - Drug Discovery on July 5th. know more

Training and Support
  • Training Providers: University of Wisconsin-Madison (Ivy League) Research Faculty, CSIR Scientists, and top industry scientists and experts. 

  • Methods: Workshops, Lectures and Seminars, Online modules, Hands-on Lab work, and Mentorship. 

  • Resources: Access to research facilities, online libraries, and scientific databases. 

Benefits of Participation
  • Skill Development: Gain comprehensive knowledge and hands-on experience in life sciences research.

  • Networking: Connect with leading scientists and peers from around the world.

  • Career Preparation: Develop the skills and experience needed to pursue successful careers in scientific research.

  • Certification: Receive certifications for each level of the program, enhancing academic and professional credentials.

  • Job Placement: Opportunities in top-notch companies, universities, and research organizations in India and abroad.

How to Join
Steps to Establish an Institutional ( 6D.FSS.IC) Chapter
  1. Contact 6D.Varsity: Initiate the application process by contacting 6D.Varsity.

  2. Submit Application: Provide details about the institution, faculty, and interested students.

  3. Approval and Setup: Upon approval, set up the chapter and coordinate the commencement of training programs.

Contact Information
Jobs & Trainings (2024-2027) 
Training 1000 Research Faculty in Drug Discovery 
  • Advanced Training Modules: Specialized workshops and training sessions. 

  • Ph.D and Post-Doc Opportunities: Advanced research and academic positions for further development. 

  • University Partnerships: Collaborations with top universities and research centers. 

  • Mentorship Programs: Guidance from renowned experts in the field. 

Training and Placing 10,000 Students in Scientific Careers: 
  • Comprehensive Student Programs: From introductory to advanced research training. 

  • Industry Collaborations: Partnerships with pharmaceutical companies and research organizations. 

  • Career Development Support: Assistance with internships, job placements, and career guidance. 

  • Global Research Internships and Scholarships 

Programs and Initiatives (2024-2027) 
Training 1000 Research Faculty in Drug Discovery 
  • Science Ambassadors Program: Train student leaders to advocate for science in their communities. 

  • BioDiscovery Science Labs: Provide access to labs and experiments for student research. 

  • Global Science Challenges: Organize international competitions to encourage innovation and problem-solving. 

  • Mentorship Program: Connect students with scientists and researchers for guidance and support. 

  • Science Festivals: Host fairs and festivals to showcase student projects and promote scientific engagement. 

  • Global Conferences in India & USA 

Conclusion

The Future Scientists Forum is committed to nurturing a vibrant community of future scientists equipped to tackle complex global challenges. By fostering collaboration, continuous learning, and innovation, 6D.FSF aims to prepare students for successful careers and significant contributions in key scientific fields. 

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