Prizes were awarded to students aged 21 and younger, at the 23rd EU Contest for Young Scientists on 27 September. First-prize projects came from teams in Ireland, Switzerland, and Lituania, who covered computing, engineering and medicine and were chosen by an international jury. The three winning projects, which were chosen from a total of 87, were each awarded €7,000.
The five-day contest was hosted in a former power plant, the Kattilahalli, in Finland and the awards ceremony took ...
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