Hesse: Hessian students awarded in "Jugend forscht".

Lübeck/Hanau (dpa/lhe) - Three students from Hesse won the prize for the best interdisciplinary work in the national competition "Jugend forscht".

Hesse: Hessian students awarded in "Jugend forscht".

Lübeck/Hanau (dpa/lhe) - Three students from Hesse won the prize for the best interdisciplinary work in the national competition "Jugend forscht". Maximilian Pfannkuch (19), Jaro Filip (19) and Dominik Hein (19) from the Ludwig Geißler School in Hanau constructed a device that disinfects room air with the light of LEDs.

As the "Jugend forscht" foundation announced on Sunday, the students also programmed an app that automatically controls the air purification system that has been developed. According to the information, the young scientists were stimulated to the topic by the corona pandemic. The award is endowed with 3000 euros. A total of 108 research projects were presented at the 57th national final in Lübeck.

The 5th prize in physics went to Jason Luke von Juterczenka (16) from the North Hesse School Research Center in Kassel. Ilias Zempelin (18), Hannes Specht (18) and Marco Leipnitz (16) from the high school in Michelstadt in southern Hesse received the 5th prize in the technology department and the 1000 euro prize for a work in the field of robotics.

The prize for a work in the field of chemical nanotechnology went to Anna Katharina Schwarz (18), Myla Hardman (18) and Marta Lean (17) from the cooperative comprehensive school Schuldorf Bergstrasse in Seeheim-Jugenheim. Bosko van Andel (19) and Benedikt Leonard Kayser (18) from the Martin Luther School in Marburg received the prize for a work that illustrates the benefits of computer science.

The young talent competition aims to get young people interested in mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology. It is considered to be one of the best-known competitions of this kind in Germany.

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