Future researchers honoured

The Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences, the Swiss Academy of Natural Sciences and the International Space Science Institute have honoured seven young talents with a honorary award for their exceptional performances in the fields of physics and astronomy.

Adrian Rutschmann, Pascal Isenring, Tamar Som et Henning Zhang reçoivent leur distinction
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The Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences, the Swiss Academy of Natural Sciences and the International Space Science Institute have honoured seven young talents with a honorary award for their exceptional performances in the fields of physics and astronomy: Emilie Hertig and Rebecca Hampp for their experiments within the scope of the Swiss youth research programme "Schweizer Jugend Forscht" as well as Adrian Rutschmann, Henning Zhang, Pascal Isenring, Alexandre Pinazza and Tamar Som for winning medals at the International Physics Olympiad 2017. "Physics is a great starting point for a variety of different career paths", Head of NASA Science Missions Thomas Zurbuchen said at the presentation of the awards on 2 August.

Thomas Zurbuchen félicite Rebecca Hampp
Thomas Zurbuchen félicite Rebecca HamppImmagine: P. Blanc

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