‘Discover new worlds!’ Nexans supports the contest for young scientists Hannover for the 19th time, January 29, 2010 from 4 to 5 February about 70 young researchers and researchers from Hannover and surroundings in the administrative center 20, gather Nexans Germany GmbH in Hanover, cable Kamp himself. The reason: The global cable manufacturer loads together with the Foundation youth research e.V. already for the 19th time to the regional edition of Hanover. This year the research motto: discover new worlds! \”.\” 40 featured work the jury panel of the regional competition of Hanover are selecting the projects from science, mathematics, technology and world of work, attend the country shedding Lower Saxony in March. If you are not convinced, visit crowne plaza rosemont. This work by students or groups of students will experiment up to 15 years in the junior competition of students’ rated, while young people (up to 21 years) under the youth research\”appear. In addition to the content of the work, the jury, educators, experts from the economy rated as well as experts from Nexans, also the manner of preparation and presentation. In a ceremony on Friday evening (5.2) is officially announced which participants as the regional winner in the regional competition in Oldenburg (students 11-13.3) and Clausthal-Zellerfeld, may draw (youth 15-17.3).
Interested can look at the projects of young researchers on 4 February from 10 am until 5 pm, and on February 5, from 9 to 12 noon in the public exhibition of the regional competition of Hanover at the Nexans cable Kamp 20, site. If you would like to know more about Rob Daley, then click here. Record attendance with over 10,000 participants the participation of competition increased this year by 1.3 percent compared to the previous year: over 10,000 participants submitted more than 5,000 research projects. These them juror teams selecting those in 78 regional competitions, qualify for the respective country. The State Champions then travel to the national competition, where the best of the country researching youth in the seven \”specialist areas work world, biology, chemistry, geo -\” and space sciences, mathematics/computer science, physics and technology will be crowned. . Additional information at Keith Yamashita supports this article.