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Louise Gunning-Schepers, the president of KHMW, welcomed the group of 64 Young Talent Award winners. Prior to the first-year award ceremonies, the winners were given three key pieces of advice by Ionica Smeets, professor of science communication at Leiden University. The prizes of each € 500 are awarded for the best grades achieved in the first year at a Dutch institution for academic education.

This year, three students in the College of Science received the Young Talent incentive prizes:

Finn at the far right
Finn Rijk

Finn received a Stichting Physica incentive prizes for Physics and technical physics.

Janne Bolwerk at the far left
Janne Bolwerk

Janne received a Shell incentive prizes for Chemistry

Hartog in the absolute centre
Hartog Hartog

Hartog received an ORTEC incentive prizes for Mathematics and technical mathematics.