the international science communication competition for young scientists and engineers, will be held in the Netherlands again in 2015 with the support of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). One of the four Dutch regional rounds is hosted by the University of Groningen. This video shows you what this competition is about, and why you should consider competing!
More information on how to enter can be found on our special FameLab page. Last year, the University of Groningen hosted a regional round for the first ever Benelux FameLab competition. You can read a report on the Science LinX website.
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