Young scientists of the year

We believe that hard work, commitment and achievement in science should be recognised. That’s why we run the Young Scientists of the Year celebration, which honours some of our most outstanding Year 13 science students. They can be nominated based on exam results, progress made during their A-Level course (or equivalent) or in recognition of their enthusiasm and commitment to the subject.

You can nominate your best Y13 students in science to be recognised for their efforts during the past year. You may nominate up to three students, one for each subject, and the criteria you use to select your students is entirely up to you. Students can also be nominated in other science subjects such as psychology, applied science or health and social care.

The Oxfordshire event took place in October and the Buckinghamshire event in November. Nominations for next year will open in September 2019.

For further information please contact me at [email protected] 01865 810014

Award Ceremony

We will be hosting the award ceremony at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History on Wednesday 19 October from 18.00-20.00. In addition to a canapé reception in this historic building, there will be a keynote presentation given by Professor Paul Klenerman, the Sidney Truelove Professor of Gastroenterology, and short contributions from a number of inspirational young researchers and apprentices.

This event is supported by the Nuffield Department of Medicine and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.

You can also contact me for further information [email protected] 01865 810014

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