The primary aim of the event is not to compete but to introduce the world of researchers and the recent trends to the participating students. However the prize earned by a student still makes his/her supervisor proud. Lilla Szabó, third-year biology student works on her dissertation at the Regional Knowledge Centre, Eszterházy Károly University of Applied Sciences, and her supervisor is Dr. Ákos Juhász. Her essay about tracking the composition and stability of the microbiota in the large intestine applying microbiology and molecular biology techniques earned the special award of the Microbiology I. section.
Lilla Szabó third-year biology student and her supervisor, Dr. Ákos Juhász
The Eszterházy Károly University of Applied Sciences was represented by 4 students in the Biology section, 3 special awards were earned by them. A total of 40 awards were earned by the students of our university in different sections: 13 1st prizes, 8 2nd prizes, 6 3rd prizes and 13 special awards. Each student received a certificate of merit from our university in the ceremonial hall of the main building on 20th May 2015. According to the traditions of the university, a book of papers including the winners' essays will be published. The publication of the book is supported by the project TÁMOP- 4.2.2. B-15/1/KONV- 2015-0016. The project title is the following: "Improving scientific-training workshops at the Eszterházy Károly University of Applied Sciences". The further research and publication activities of the award-winning students will also be supported by this project.
Lab work in the Regional Knowledge Centre