City Savvy Luxembourg - the digital magazine that seeks to inform, entertain and simplify the lives of English speakers in Luxembourg - shines a light on the activities of the Fondation Jeunes Scientifiques: the contest “Jonk Fuerscher” and this year’s conference.
After having been awarded the FNR award for “Outstanding promotion of science to the public” for the “Jonk Fuerscher” national contest, Jessika Rauch from the Luxemburger Wort wrote an article about the Fondation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg.
Also this year Syn2Cat’s members are participating to the Science Festival with some unique creations: the Laser Harp and the Theremin.
Not many of us are accomplished musicians but we like to create things that are not just nice to look at but also allows for interaction and stimulate the creativity of those using them.
Come to see us from the 7th to the 10th of November, at the Abbey of Neumünster in Luxembourg City, to discover how we built a harp with lasers and how you can play music with electric fields.
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Fondation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg is proud to announce that they were awarded the 2019 FNR award for “Outstanding promotion of science to the public” for their “Jonk Fuerscher” national contest!
They would like to thank all of their sponsors, friends and young scientists for their continuous support throughout the years, without which this achievement wouldn’t have been possible!
Towards a Society and Economy based on knowledge
The Fondation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg and Capitalatwork invite you to join them at an interactive conference on November 29th at the Cercle Munster.
Both speakers of the evening, Negin Baradari and Henri Ahola, have two things in common: the national contest « Jonk Fuerscher » and of course, their passion for science.
REPRESENTING THE JONK FUERSCHER IN ISRAEL!
For the very first time this year, the Foundation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg (FJSL) – with the precious support of the Foundation Matanel – was able to send a laureate of the national contest “Jonk Fuerscher” to the International Summer Science Institute (ISSI) in Israel.
A bronze medal for the Grand Duchy!
Since 2012 the Foundation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg (FJSL), with the precious support of the Foundation Nicolas and Jean-Paul Lanners, has been sending a laureate of the national Contest “Jonk Fuerscher” to CASTIC, Asia’s largest scientific contest.