EUYCS EuChemS prize awarded for making chemistry more accessible

Ema Bojnec and Daša Žuman received the EuChemS prize for the best chemistry project at the 2022 EU Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS), organised by the European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, and funded by Horizon Europe.

EuChemS offered the award for the best chemistry entry as a “specially donated prize” in the competition, which aims to highlight and reward the scientific achievements of young European students aged between 14 and 20. The recipients of the EuChemS prize, Ema Bojnec and and Daša Žuman from Slovenia, have worked on a linear structure notation for compounds for visually impaired in chemistry.

EuChemS supports the best chemistry contributions at the EUYCS with its specially donated prize since 2014 – we invite you to learn about past awardees and their projects here. You can also watch this year’s award ceremony here, to see all the successful projects of the invited young scientists.


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