23 April 2015

Green Talents Competition 2015

Green Talents Competition 2015

Germany’s Ministry of Education and Research believes in cultural plurality to encourage the development of global solutions.

The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research is offering awards for 25 young researchers with the most innovative sustainability ideas.

The competition

The Green Talents Award was established in 2009 to promote the international exchange of green ideas. This year’s chosen topic is “City of the Future”; however, entries of other topics will stand an equal chance to win. Award winners will be chosen by a high-ranking jury of German experts.

Prizes

• An invitation to participate in a fully-funded two-week science forum at Germany’s top science and research institutions in 2015

• An opportunity to present your work to experts of your choice with individual appointment during the science forum

• A fully-funded research stay of up to three months at an institution of your choice in 2016

• Exclusive access to Green Talents Alumni Network

Dates

Submission closes on 2 June 2015 at 8 pm AEST.

For more information, go to Green Talents Competition 2015.

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