2nd edition at a glance

The 2nd edition of the scientific and educational ADAMED SmartUP project started in September 2015. It attracted almost 3,500 participants, who took part in an innovative, virtual reality science game. Its main purpose was to check their ability to think logically, creatively and in an “out-of-the-box” manner. The young people faced surprising puzzles and unexpected plot turns. Then, after verification of the received application documents and based on the evaluation interviews with the Scientific Council of the Programme, the 50 most talented participants were selected to take part in an innovative science camp. Several thousand post-primary school students competed to go to the camp in August 2016.

Finally, the ten most talented, ambitious and gifted laureates were announced on 12 September 2016 at a gala at the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw. The grand prize – an individual educational tutoring programme tailored to the laureates’ needs and research-related dreams – was won by Agata Janczak, Jaromir Hunia, Milena Malcharek, Maria Michna, Jakub Wornbard, Wiktor Czepczyński, Maciej Draguła, Mateusz Wawrzeńczyk, Jakub Dranczewski and Małgorzata Róg. After 10 months of mentorship and further pursuit of their passions, they can win a scientific scholarship.

Science camp of the 2nd edition of the programme

An innovative science camp, the stage of the Programme involving the 50 best participants, took place in August 2016 and lasted 2 weeks. The young science enthusiasts were divided into four subject groups: chemistry and biochemistry; medicine and medical sciences; engineering and robotics; and physics and new technologies.

Lectures conducted by leading scientists were intermixed with tests and experiments performed in well-equipped laboratories. There were also many trainings in public speaking and workshops in cooperation and team work,
accompanied by numerous trips to renowned science institutes.

Thanks to the cooperation with the Institute of Automatic Control and Robotics and Mechanical Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology, the participants met the members of the Student Astronautical Club and Students’ Propulsion Association MELprop. The young participants also attended practical classes in an aerodynamic tunnel and on a flight simulator. On 16 August 2016, during their visit to the Science and Research Centre of the Adamed Group, the laureates had a chance to take a closer look at the specifics of work of the qualified scientific personnel responsible for implementing research projects at our company. They visited specialist research units and laboratories, including the “In-silico” Molecular Interactions Laboratory, Cellular Biology and Biotechnology Laboratory, Organic Synthesis Laboratory, Formulation and Technology Laboratory and the Analytical Laboratory. They visited also e.g. the Space Research Centre or the Institute of Laser Plasma.

Honorary patrons


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