Young Scientists Contest



 

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 of the European Union Contest for Young Scientists: details of all winners and photos of the first-prize winners.

To contact one of the prize-winners please talk to the National Organiser for their country.

Contact Stephen Gosden (tel: +322 29 60079) for other information on the contest.

Press Release announcing the winners Available in: German English French Polish ( 200 kB)  Turkish ( 230 kB)

Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark (centre), Mario Chemnitz from Germany (right) and Martin Knobel (left), Florian Grossbacher (2nd from left) and Gerhard Schony from Austria Ü Charlotte Strandkvist from Denmark (centre), Mario Chemnitz from Germany (right) and Martin Knobel (left), Florian Grossbacher (2nd from left) and Gerhard Schony from Austria The winners celebrate!
>>Download high-resolution version<< More photos of winners at the awards ceremony, visiting the President of Ireland, and celebrating!

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Photographs of the contest

Photos by Project/Country - thumbnails, and high-resolution photos for downloading, of every project

Students at work and play - some less formal shots from the contest

Photos by day

Press coverage

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Background information

List of Participating Projects

Catalogue

The Jury

Other background information

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Media Invitation

08/09/2004 - Brilliant Young Minds
From the 25-29 September 2004, Ireland will host the 16th annual EU Contest for Young Scientists. The best of Europe’s young scientific minds will be competing to win prizes totalling €28 500. 105 young people from 34 countries will be exhibiting 74 innovative projects. The competition is open to people aged between 15 and 20 and will be judged by 15 distinguished scientists. An exhibition of the students’ entries will be set up in O’Reilly Hall at University College Dublin, where journalists will have the opportunity to meet the participants and look at the projects. In addition, two Nobel laureates, Sir Harry Kroto and Professor Erwin Neher, will host a special evening for the finalists and the press (see media programme).

Download: Media Invitation ( 262 KB)

HTML version also available in the Research Press Centre in the following languages: Deutsch  Castellano  Français  English  Magyar  Italiano 


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 award ceremony on 25 September. Web links, pictures and other information is available on the contest press page.