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Headlines - FAO ups support for young agro-scientists
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Career jumpstart for up-and-coming scientists
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Getting the right breaks – nominees for EURYI published
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Nano2Life announces science writing competition winners
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Press release of 12.09.2000
- The information on this site is subject to a disclaimer and a copyright notice. Brussels, 12 September 2000 Brilliant brains for Europe's future 12th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Amsterdam (NL) 20 - 23 September 2000...

press release of 12 September 2001 on the new generation of Europe's scientifics in action 13th EU Contest for Young scientists
European Commission - Research: press release of 12 September 2001 on the new generation of Europe's scientifics in action 13th EU Contest for Young scientists, Bergen, Norway, 18-20 September 2001

press release of 21 September 2001 on 32 young scientists rewarded by the EU, 13th EU Contest for Young Scientists, 18-21 September 2001, Bergen, Norway - EMBARGO: 21 September at 12:00(CET)
European Commission - Research: press release of 21 September 2001 on 32 young scientists rewarded by the EU, 13th EU Contest for Young Scientists, 18-21 September 2001, Bergen, Norway

press release of 27 September 2002 - EU rewards scientific achievements and imagination of 21 young people - 14th EU Contest for Young Scientists, Vienna, 22-28 September 2002
European Commission - Research: press release of 27 September 2002 - EU rewards scientific achievements and imagination of 21 young people - 14th EU Contest for Young Scientists, Vienna, 22-28 September 2002

Media Invitation: 15th European Union Contest for Young Scientists
From 20 to 26 September 2003, Europe's most promising young scientific talent will be competing in the Hungarian city of Budapest to win prizes worth €28 500 in the 15th edition of the EU's Contest for Young Scientists. Held for the first time in a N

research*eu - n°60 June 2009 - Europe’s budding geniuses
The contestants came from all over Europe and the rest of the world bringing scientifically cutting-edge projects. The whizz kids who gathered in Copenhagen for the 20th European Union Contest for Young Scientists in September 2008 certainly belie re

Science and Society in Europe: Science and society - Action plan
European Commission - Research: Science and Society - The science and society Action was drawn up by the EC to promote science and scientific culture in Europe, to bring science policy closer to European citizens, and to put responsible science at th

Science and Society in Europe: Science and society - Scientific awareness
European Commission - Research: Science and Society - Explains the need to interest the public in science. This will be done through a number of different media - science (research) shops, science weeks and festivals, and through scientific awards. A

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists News For more news about the contest, visit the organisers' web site or the YSC Press Centre Cream of Europe’s Young Scientists meet in Moscow Moscow, September 2005 On Sunday 18 September,...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Science, our Future - 15 years of the EU Contest for Young Scientists (1989-2003) (all links are to PDF files, with sizes up to 1 MB) Foreword, Overview, The Jury The 15 contests 1989...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - Objectives The European Union (EU) Contest for Young Scientists, an initiative of the European Commission, was set up to promote the ideals of co-operation and interchange between young scientists. The Contest...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists - Objectives - Who can take part ? - National Organizers - European Patent Office - EIROforum - Jury - The Prizes - Rules of the EU Contest (PDF 177 KB) - What constitutes a winning project?

EU Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - Who can take part ? Only young scientists who have been designated by their respective national jury can participate in the EU Contest. In each country, the National Organizer is responsible for nominating the...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - National Organizers - Contact details EU Member States Austria – Belgium – Czech Republic – Denmark – Estonia – Finland – France – Germany – Greece – Hungary – Ireland – Italy – Latvia – Lithuania – Luxembourg –...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - National Organizers The National Organizers are responsible for selecting projects, submitting applications, and for all communication with the Commission. All contestants will be accompanied to the EU Contest...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - European Patent Office PATENTING, THE EU CONTEST AND YOUNG SCIENTIST COMPETITIONS Most people know that when they write something, whether it is a piece of music, a poem, or a text for an article or a book,...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - Jury - How the Jury works 1. Each Jury member awards each project a preliminary mark in the following categories: α : excellent project β: very good project - which could be improved in certain minor...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - Jury - What constitutes a winning project ? The President of the Jury During a long period scientific work followed two different directions: describing and explaining the nature of phenomena which had been...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - Jury The Jury is composed of 15 jury members of international reputation, who carry out their duties as individuals and not as representatives of an institution or country. Members of the Jury are selected on...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - The Prizes The contestants compete on the basis of their work and interviews with the Jury for nine Core Prizes. In addition to this, a limited number of Honorary Awards and Special Donated Prizes are also...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - What constitutes a winning project? FINALLY... WHAT CONSTITUTES A WINNING PROJECT? During a long period scientific work followed two different directions: describing and explaining the nature of phenomena which...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - What constitutes a winning project? FINALLY... WHAT CONSTITUTES A WINNING PROJECT? During a long period scientific work followed two different directions: describing and explaining the nature of phenomena which...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - What constitutes a winning project? FINALLY... WHAT CONSTITUTES A WINNING PROJECT? During a long period scientific work followed two different directions: describing and explaining the nature of phenomena which...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - What constitutes a winning project? FINALLY... WHAT CONSTITUTES A WINNING PROJECT? During a long period scientific work followed two different directions: describing and explaining the nature of phenomena which...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Young Scientists contest - EIROFORUM EIROFORUM EIROforum is a collaboration between European intergovernmental research organisations. As world leaders within their respective fields of science, the member organisations of the EIROforum...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Brussels 1989 Host town List of prize winners Jury members Albert Borschette Conference Centre of the European Community - Palais des Académies The starting point of the EU Contest for Young Scientists had to be...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Porto 1998 Host town List of prize winners Jury members Pavilhćo Rosa Mota Porto possesses the unspeakable richness and glory of an old, and it has deservedly obtained the World Heritage Site status for its...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - THESSALONIKI 1999 Host town List of prize winners Jury members Apothiki Gamma - Governor's House (Kyverneio) Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece and the main metropolis of the North of the country...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Copenhagen Host town List of prize winners Jury members 1990 Falkoner Centret - Town Hall Copenhagen is the gateway to Northern Europe. It has been so during the last five hundred years. Whatever the Nordic...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Zurich 1991 Host town List of prize winners Jury members Heureka Zurich - Heureka Auditorium At the heart of a picturesque landscape, Zurich is a good example of "little big city" in which it is possible to enjoy...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Seville 1992 Host town List of prize winners Jury members World Trade Centre - World Trade Centre Expo 92 Building Auditorium In the context of a very special year for Spanish culture, with the Olimpic Games in...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Berlin 1993 Host town List of prize winners Jury members Museum für Verkehr und Technik - Schloss Bellevue Once the capital of division and hideously erected walls, a New Berlin of openness and integration...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Luxembourg 1994 Host town List of prize winners Jury members Institut Supérieur de Technologie (IST) If there is one country that represents the multiplicity of cultures that Europe embeds, that is Luxembourg. An...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Newcastle 1995 Host town List of prize winners Jury members The Civic Centre Banqueting Hall - The Kings Hall, University of Newcastle upon Tyne The 7th edition of the EU Contest for Young Scientists somewhat...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Helsinki 1996 Host town List of prize winners Jury members Heureka Science Centre - The Presidential Palace The 8th edition of the EU Contest for Young Scientists opened up to the icy lands of Finland. And this...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - Milano 1997 Host town List of prize winners Jury members Fondazione Stelline - Pallazo Marino, Comune di Milano Milan is probably the most European of all Italian cities, as well as one of the industrial and thus...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Retrospective - 1989 Brussels, Belgium - 1990 Copenhagen, Denmark - 1991 Zurich, Switzerland - 1992 Seville, Spain - 1993 Berlin, Germany - 1994 Luxembourg, Luxembourg - 1995 Newcastle, United Kingdom - 1996 Helsinki, Finland -...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Brussels 1989 Lina Tomasella (I) She won the First Prize thanks to his study of the "Toxicity of colour dyes used as tracers". From the Brussels edition she vividly remembers a young girl from Switzerland that...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Porto 1998 Paul Pak (A) First prize and ISEF prize alongside with Peter Weilenmann: The Virtual Blindmascane. "Looking backwards to the Virtual Blindmascane Project I always get a good feeling". That project...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Thessaloniki 1999 Sarah Flannery (IRL) First Prize and Nobel Ceremony Award for her project: "Cryptography: a new algorithm vs. the RSA". She declares that "the minute I arrived in Greece I know I was going to...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Copenhagen 1990 Marco Ziegler (CH) First Prize for the project titled "Drinking Water Examination with Special Consideration of Corrosional Aspects". From Copenhagen 1990 he remembers the many social events...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Dublin 200 4 Barbara Burtscher (CH) A week with the stars Barbara Burtscher, a 20-year-old Swiss student of physics at Zurich University, won the Special Donated Prize at the 16 th European Young Scientists...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Zurich 1991 Sarah Teichmann (EU) Her project was titled "The effects of climatic and astronomical conditions on the metabolism of a deciduous leaf in autumn". She reached the EU Contest after winning the...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Sevilla 1992 Martin Spiller - Frithjof Küpper - Hendrik Küpper (D) First Prize in Seville 1992. Their project was titled "Environmental Relevance of Heavy Metal Substituted Chlorophylls". Their interest in...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Berlin 1993 Fidel Costa (E) First prize, alongside with Maria Cinta Salvany and Antoni Camprubķ: The geological mapping of a neolithic mine. ISEF prize to Birmingham (Alabama). After he finished his Earth...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Luxembourg 1994 Jan Oeyulvstad (N) Second Prize in Luxembourg 1994. His project was titled "Flood Prevention in the River Otra in Southern Norway " and displayed a method for minimising or even avoiding...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Newcastle 1995 Chris Mead (UK) First Prize and ISEF travel award for his project "Radio Waves from Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9", alongside with Matthew Thomas. Chris believes that the EU Contest somewhat "opened my...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Helsinki 1996 Tobias Kippenberg (D) First prize: A Car Ice-detection System Based on Electromagnetic Waves. ISEF prize to Louisville (Kentucky). He had a great time with George Albanis (George Albanis - Despina...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success stories - Milano 1997 Serguei Idiatoulin (R) Second prize for his project on the "Preparation of Chromiferous Coatings to Absorb Solar Energy". The competition gave him the opportunity to get in touch "with fellow...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Success Stories - 1989 Brussels, Belgium - 1990 Copenhagen, Denmark - 1991 Zurich, Switzerland - 1992 Seville, Spain - 1993 Berlin, Germany - 1994 Luxembourg, Luxembourg - 1995 Newcastle, United Kingdom - 1996 Helsinki, Finland...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1989 Bruxelles, Belgique

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1998 Porto, Portugal

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1999 Thessaloniki, Greece

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 2000 Amsterdam, the Netherlands

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 2001 Bergen, Norway

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1990 Copenhagen, Denmark

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1991 Zurich, Switzerland

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1992 Seville, Spain

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1993 Berlin, Germany

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1994 Luxembourg, Luxembourg

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1995 Newcastle, United Kingdom

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1996 Helsinki, Finland

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1997 Milano, Italy

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History - Photo album - 1989 Brussels, Belgium - 1990 Copenhagen, Denmark - 1991 Zurich, Switzerland - 1992 Seville, Spain - 1993 Berlin, Germany - 1994 Luxembourg, Luxembourg - 1995 Newcastle, United Kingdom - 1996 Helsinki, Finland -...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
History The EU Contest is the successor to the Philips contest, which ran from 1968-88 and brought together the winners from National Contests. The then President of the European Commission, Jacques Delors, was approached in 1987 about...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Dates and Venue THE 2000 CONTEST WAS HELD IN AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS ON 19-23 SEPTEMBER 2000 AT NeMo SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER OOSTERDOK 2 1234 AB AMSTERDAM

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Programme A varied and interesting cultural programme, including visits to sites of scientific interest near the location of the EU Contest Final, was arranged for the contestants. This provided the...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - The Netherlands Sarah Broadbent (16) School: European School Bergen Hobbies: travel, photography, skiing, reading, computers, bible study, sports Career intention: biochemist E-mail:...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Italy Alberto Calatroni (18) School: Politecnico di Milano Hobbies: playing saxophone, trekking, listening to music Career intention: electronic engineer E-mail: a.calatroni@libero.it...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Luxemburg Ben Thuy (14) School: Lycee de Gardens Luxembourg Hobbies: music (percussion, clarinette) Paleontology, Biology Career intention: Paleontologist E-mail: benthuy90@hotmail.com The Diplopodia...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Portugal Vera Lucia Branco Quaresma (18) School: School Dro. Antonio Carvalho Figueiredo Hobbies: swimming, reading, studying English Career intention: pharmacologist E-mail: veralucia-07@clix.pt...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Spain Javier Aragu s Sahin (20) School: Colegio salesianos de Zaragoza Hobbies: the mountains, internet, going out with friends Career intention: industrial electronic engineer David Gomez Falcon...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Sweden Andreas Andersson (19) School: ˇngelholms gymnasieskola Hobbies: Career intention: engineer Johan Brobeck (19) School: ˇngelholms gymnasieskola Hobbies: snowboarding, golf, windsurfing Career...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - United Kingdom Joanne Daniel (18) School: Langley Park Girls' School Hobbies: Board game marathons, fine art, swimming Career intention: Brain surgeon Gemma Dawson (18) School: Langley Park Girls'...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Bulgaria Daniel Andonov (17) School: Language school "Simeon Radev" Hobbies: programming, swimming Career intention: Software programmer or webdeveloper E-mail: andonov@mail.com Neli Georgiewa (17)...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Czech Republic Jiri Hotovģ (19) School: Grammar School Hobbies: biology, reading books, sport Career intention: Biologist Jana Kholov (18) School: grammar School Hobbies: biology, reading books,...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Georgia Nika Beruschashvili (17) School: 56 secondary school Hobbies: computers, geography, travelling Career intention: geographer. Ecologist E-mail: berou@instex.ge Unknown and potential virgin...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Hungary Gabor Guta (20) School: University of Debrecen Hobbies: dancing, playing tennis Career intention: program designer, mathematician E-mail: gutag@delfin.klte.hu Stimulator with ultra low noise...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Austria Andreas Kroier (19) School: HTBLA Braunau Hobbies: tennis, football, basketball, skiing, judo Career intention: manager in the telecommunication sector E-mail: Kroier.andreas@yline.com Alfred...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Israel Daniel Bram (19) School: Tel Aviv University Hobbies: Computers Career intention: Physicist E-mail: daniel_bram@mad.scientist.co m Crypt-O-Nator My project is the Crypt-O-Nator, software that...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Latvia Antons Maslovskis (17) School: Rezekne Secondary School N6 Hobbies: reading books, listening to music Career intention: Chemist E-mail: antonsmav@mail.lv The use of vegetable dyes as...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Lithuania Ruta Brilingaite (18) School: Vetrunges Grammar school Hobbies: reading books, growing flowers Career intention: microbiologist or chemist Bacteriological analysis of water pollution At...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Malta Anita Cardona (18) School: Junior College Hobbies: sport, piano, modeling, drama, travelling and socialising Career intention: marketing professional E-mail: anicard@maltanet.net Automatic...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Norway Tanja Brown (16) School: Nesbru videreg†ende skole Hobbies: travelling, playing piano, skiing, cooking and dancing Career intention: computer engineer E-mail: tanja114@yahoo.com A study of...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Poland Rafal Klajn (18) School: XIV LO im. Polonii Belgijskiej Hobbies: playing the piano, studying philosophy Career intention: organic chemist Design and synthesis of the new immuno-suppressory...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Russia Anastasiya Efimenko (17) School: University Lyceum Hobbies: books, music, singing in a choir Career intention: Physician E-mail: efimenko@onego.ru My challenge to children's mortality...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Slovenia Janez Langus (18) School: Gimnazija Kranj Hobbies: Model making, reading, listening music, hiking, bicycling, basketball Career intention: mechanical engineer E-mail:...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Switzerland Michael Frey (20) School: Alte Kantonsschule Aarau Hobbies: Fencing, travelling, cars, reading, economics, meeting friends Career intention: economist Tobias Gysi (20) School: Alte...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Belgium Laurent Deleers (19) School: Athenee Royal Uccle 1 Hobbies: physics, informatics, sailing Career intention: Phvsician E-mail: laurent.deleers@pandora.be Nathalie Lagrange (18) School: Athenee...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Ukraine Yevgen Nazarenko (18) School: Kyiv Taras Schevchenko University, Chemical Faculty Hobbies: tennis, swimming, badminton, guitar Career intention: chemist The processing of the by-product of...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Japan Yohei Kurauchi (17) School: Hokkaido Sapporo Takuhoku High School Hobbies: Club activities and dragonfly-collecting Career intention: Environmental biologist E-mail: Krauchi@msn.com Kengo Ota...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Korea Yu Jung-joon (17) School: Cheonan Bukil High School Hobbies: Playing basketball Career intention: Electronic engineer E-mail: ujungi@hanmail.net Door locking system that detects gas leakages As...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - USA LATE ENTRY

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Denmark Mohammad Hamza (16) School: Albertslund Amts Gymnasium/Hoje Taastrup Amtsgu Hobbies: scientific experiments, surfing on the internet, PC-games, inventions Career intention: astrogeologist,...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Finland Maria Rantakyla (19) School: Mattlidends Gymnasium Hobbies: tennis, skiing, reading Career intention: engineer The use of Chebyshev's formula in the numerical approximation of definite...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - France Nicolas Conil (16) School: Lycee Jean Moulin Hobbies: Riding bike, gliding, programming with a computer, astronomy Career intention: Computer Engineer Stephanie Gaumon (16) School: Lycee Jean...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Germany Jasmine Roya Djannatian (19) School: Kathe-Kollwotz-Gymnasium Hobbies: silk painting, photographs, playing transverse flute Career intention: medical scientist Cytotoxicity of different...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Greece Vasiliki Dimitroupoulou (17) School: 2nd general high school of Agios Dimitrios Hobbies: reading, listening to music, watching TV, cinema Career intention: not yet decided Emmanuil...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Projects - Ireland Thomas Gernon (17) School: Colaiste Ris Hobbies: fossil collecting, fishing, cycling, playing golf Career intention: geologist E-mail: thomasgernon@hotmail.com Geography and mathematics of...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - Contestants and Projects All participants and their projects are listed in alphabetical order of participating countries. EU Member States Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Ireland Italy...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam - The Host Organiser In 2000 the EU Contest was hosted by the Netherlands Young Scientists Foundation , in short NYSF (in Dutch: Stichting de Jonge Onderzoekers Nederland-short: DJO). The Foundation has organized...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
September 2000, Amsterdam Dates and venue Programme Contestants and Projects The Host Organiser

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
How to take part ? - The Procedure Only National Organizers can put in entries, i.e. the winners of Contests organized at national level. Each project consists of a technical written report and display materials, models, etc. Each country...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
How to take part - The Procedure - Deadlines - How to present a project - Sample application form for participants: PDF-file (63 Kb) - Sample application form for national organizers: PDF-file (42 Kb)

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
How to take part ? / Deadline: 06/06/06

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
How to take part ? / How to present a project ? The EU Contest for Young Scientists accepts project entries from all fields of scientific endeavour. Only projects that have been nominated by the National Organizer in each participating...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Youth and Europe - The Stagiaire Scheme of The European Commission The purpose of in-service training with the European Commission is to: - Give trainees a general idea of the objectives and problems of European integration;...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Youth and Europe - A new impetus for European Youth - The European Commission's White Paper on young people Creation of jobs, protection of the environment, health-issues, housing, education possibilities and equal rights! These are...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Welcome by Janez Potočnik Commissioner for Research The future of Europe relies on the knowledge, curiosity and creativity of our young people. It depends on their willingness and possibilities to explore new and unknown avenues. The...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
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European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What is the EU Contest for Young Scientists? The EU Contest is an annual Europe wide competition to select the best scientific projects devised and created by young scientists of school age and up to first year university. The EU contest...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
How does the Jury decide? Following the deadline for receipt of applications, the EU Contest Office transmits to the Jury all eligible Written Projects. Jury Members assess each project against the criteria specified below. Members do not...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What is the "Cultural Programme" ? A varied and interesting cultural programme, including visits to sites of scientific interest near the location of the EU Contest, are arranged for the contestants. The highlight of the cultural...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Who attends the EU Contest Award Ceremony? The Award Ceremony is the culmination of the EU Contest for Young Scientists. In the tradition of the Contest, leading dignitaries and high profile personalities from the world of science attend...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What is the origin of the EC/EU Contests? The EU Contest is the successor to the Philips contest, which ran from 1968-88, which brought together the winners from National Contests. The then President of the European Commission, Jacques...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Where have previous contests been held? - 1989 Brussels - 1990 Copenhagen - 1991 Zürich - 1992 Seville - 1993 Berlin - 1994 Luxembourg - 1995 Newcastle upon Tyne - 1996 Helsinki - 1997 Milan - 1998 Porto - 1999 Thessaloniki - 2000...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Where and when is the next EU Contest to be held ? The 17th European Union Contest for Young Scientists will take place in Moscow, Russia, 17-22 September 2005. The Organizer responsible for hosting this event is : Alexander KARPOV 5, 2nd...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
And after 2005 ? The 18th EU Contest will be held in Stockholm, Sweden in September 2006.

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What are the past prize winners doing? Since the end of the 1st Contest in 1989 the Commission, through the network of national contest organizers, has kept in touch with a few of the past prize winners. As part of an ongoing review as to...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What measures is the Contest taking to accommodate young scientists from Central and Eastern Europe? The countries of Central and Eastern Europe participate fully in the EU Contest. Currently Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Georgia,...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What cooperation is there with countries outside Europe? Since 1991, as part of a special exchange proposed in the Transatlantic Declaration, American prize winners from the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) attend...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What are the objectives of the EU Contest? - to identify and encourage strong scientific talent. - to provide a stimulus for the development of the most promising young scientist in Europe. - to promote a spirit of innovation and...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What cooperation is there with other organizations in terms of further assisting the EU Contest's young scientists ? Internally the EU Contest makes a point of ensuring optimum contact with the Commission's education and training services...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What prizes are awarded? 3 first prizes of € 5000 each; 3 second prizes of € 3000 each; 3 third prizes of € 1.500 each. In addition, a number of discretionary awards are available to enable prize winners to: The Stockholm International...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
How is the Contest funded? The EU Contest for Young Scientists is funded by the European Commission and, specifically, by its Directorate for Science and Society. It is intended that activites like the EU Contest will lead to the...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Is it possible to put in an application in an individual capacity? No. Only National Organizers can put in entries, i.e. the winners of Contests organized at national level.

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
What do the contestants submit? Each project consists of a technical written report and display materials, models, etc. Up to 6 contestants (aged between 15 and 20) may submit a project; each country may enter up to 3 projects. At the...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Is outside assistance allowed? The project must have been carried out strictly personally by the author(s). If it is found that a scientifically-trained expert has given substantial assistance, the work may be disqualified. Whilst...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
How many project entries are there? Each year around 60 projects are presented to the EU Contest Jury : projects emanating from the 15 EU Member States plus Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Malta,...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Who is on the Jury? The Jury is composed of a number of leading scientists of international renown and experience. They represent a variety of disciplines and are chosen from both industry and higher education. They are drawn from a...

European Union Contest for Young Scientists
Frequently Asked Questions What is the EU Contest for Young Scientists? What are the objectives of the EU Contest? What prizes are awarded? How is the Contest funded? Is it possible to put in an application in an individual capacity? What...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
19th European Union Contest for Young Scientists: 14-19 September 2007, Valencia, Spain This year the European Union Contest for Young Scientists will be held in Valencia , Spain from 14-19 September. The Contest will be hosted by the...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The 15th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Speech given at the award ceremony by Mr Achilleas Mitsos, Director-General for Research, European Commission Budapest, Hungary 25 th September 2003 Minister Balint Magyar [Minister of...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Budapest 2003—Press Centre The 15th EU contest for Young Scientists was held in Budapest from 20-26 September 2003. It included an exhibition of 75 projects from 37 countries and an...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Opening Day, 26 September 2004, Dublin Ireland Return to the Press Centre High-Resolution Photos of the opening day Download all these photos in high-resolution ( ZIP 4.8 MB) Click on...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos by Country/Project Return to the Press Centre for more photos of the contest and other information Click on any photo to see a high-resolution version in a new window. Austria -...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos 26 September 2004 Return to the Press Centre Click on each photo to see a bigger version in a new window. The 16th EU Young Scientists Contest was opened by Dr Tony Scott (left), Dr...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos 27 September 2004 Return to the Press Centre Click on each photo to see a bigger version in a new window. Students from Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School, Belfast, Maureen O'Sullivan,...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos 28 September 2004 Return to the Press Centre Click on each photo to see a bigger version in a new window. A supple Cleo Bertelsmeier from Lycee Saint Just 2004 in France demonstrating...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos 29 September 2004 Return to the Press Centre Click on each photo to see a bigger version in a new window. Winners of First, Second and Third Prizes receiving their awards at Dublin...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Dublin 2004—Press Centre The 16th EU Contest for Young Scientists - Dublin, Ireland 25-29 September 2004. Winners - Photos - Press Coverage - Background information Winners The winners...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Online Press C overage The 16th EU Contest for Young Scientists - Dublin, Ireland 25-29 September 2004. Return to the Press Centre Currently there are articles from: Austria - Denmark -...

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The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Return to the Press Centre The Prizes The contestants compete on the basis of their work and interviews with the Jury for nine 'core' prizes. In addition to this, a limited number of...

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The 16th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Young scientists at work and play Return to the Press Centre Click on any photo to see a high-resolution version in a new window.

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The 17th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos of the Opening and Award Ceremonies and Press Conference Return to the Press Centre for more photos of the contest and other information For photos of the winners please visit...

EU Contest for Young Scientists
The 17th European Union Contest for Young Scientists High-Resolution photos Return to the Press Centre for more photos of the contest and other information Click on any photo to see a high-resolution version in a new window. Note: The...

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The 17th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos by Country/Project Return to the Press Centre for more photos of the contest and other information Click on any photo to see a bigger version in a new window. AUSTRIA: Biology...

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The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Moscow 2005—Press Centre The 17th EU Contest for Young Scientists - Moscow, Russia 17-21 September 2005. All the prize winners (click for a high-resolution version) What's New Photos...

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The 18th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos Click on any photo to download a high-res version in a new window. Note: Each hi-res photo is about 4 MB in size. Change to display by: Project Area Austria - Engineering...

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The 18th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos Click on any photo to download a high-res version in a new window. Note: Each hi-res photo is about 4 MB in size. Change to display by: Project Area Austria - Engineering...

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The 18th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos Click on any photo to download a high-res version in a new window. Note: Each hi-res photo is about 4 MB in size. Change to display by: Country Biology - Estonia Project:...

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The 18th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos Click on any photo to download a high-res version in a new window. Note: Each hi-res photo is about 4 MB in size. More photos available soon. Estonia: Biology Georgia: Biology...

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The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Stockholm 2006—Press Centre The 18th EU Contest for Young Scientists - Stockholm, Sweden 23-28 September 2006. Winners of the 18th European Union Contest for Young Scientists announced...

EU Contest for Young Scientists - Stockholm 2006 - Press Centre
The 18th European Union Contest for Young Scientists High-Resolution photos of the 1 st to 3 rd prize winners Return to the Press Centre for more photos of the contest and other information Click on any photo to see a high-resolution...

EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia 2007 - Press Centre: award ceremoncy
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EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia 2007 - Press Centre: opening and cultural events
The 19th European Union Contest for Young Scientists (2007, Valencia) High-Resolution photos from the contest opening and cultural events - including video clips of Spanish dancing Return to the Press Centre for more photos of the contest...

EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia 2007 - Press Centre
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EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia 2007 - Press Centre
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EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia 2007 - Press Centre
The 19th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos - Winners by country Change to display All contestants by Project Area ( back to the press centre ) Click on any photo to download a high-res version in a new window. Note: Each...

EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia 2007 - Press Centre
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EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia 2007 - Press Centre
The 19th European Union Contest for Young Scientists Photos - Winners by field Change to display All contestants by Country ( back to the press centre ) Click on any photo to download a high-res version in a new window. Note: Each hi-res...

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The European Union Contest for Young Scientists Valencia 2007—Press Centre The 19th EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia, Spain 14-19 September 2007. Background information List of Participating Projects Abstracts of all...

EU Contest for Young Scientists - Valencia 2007 - Press Centre: prize winners
The 19th European Union Contest for Young Scientists High-Resolution photos of the 1 st to 3 rd prize winners Return to the Press Centre for more photos of the contest and other information Click on any photo to see a high-resolution...