Assiya Kussainova, 16, from Karaganda in Kazakhstan, will travel to the European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Bratislava, Slovakia.
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After winning their section at the fair Naomi and Claire have been invited to travel to Moscow in September and take part in the 17th European Union Contest for Young Scientists.
won the European Union Contest for Young Scientists award, which is an all-expense paid trip to attend the EU Contest to be held in Stockholm, Sweden in September.
Andrew Ascione, David Bennett, and Aaron Schulman of Broadneck Senior High School, Annapolis, Maryland, won the European Union Contest for Young Scientists, which is an all-expense paid trip to attend the EU Contest to be held in Budapest, Hungary in September 2003.
That garnered them a trip to the European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Dublin this September and a separate prize for having the best team project.
Major international awards went to Laurie-Anne Daniele Haller, 17, and Upton Au, 16, Manhasset Junior-Senior High School, who won the European Union Contest for Young Scientists.
earned a trip to this September's European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Budapest.
European Union Contest for Young Scientists and the Ireland Young Scientist and Technology Exhibit: The two top-scoring teams, selected by the Grand Award judges, visit the European Union Contest for Young Scientists and the Ireland Young Scientist Technology Exhibit, respectively.