Leiden Science Young Talent Award
The Leiden Science Young Talent Award is awarded yearly to a student who completed his or her bachelor’s thesis at the Faculty of Science of Leiden University. The prize consists of 2,500 euros.
'I had to learn a lot of theory before I even understood what the subject was about.'
Read the interview with Alex.
'The bachelor research project was one of the most fun parts of the whole degree!'
Read the interview with Hidde.
Molecular Science & Technology
Professor Jeroen Codee: 'Madouc made her own molecules in the lab and, in doing so, got more than twice as far as the average student.’
Read the interview with Madouc.
Sander van Zon
‘Lichens are so remarkable. All those colours and shapes! But they are also real pioneers.'
Read the interview with Sander.
Professor Elizabeth de Lange: 'Floor had very good understanding of concepts and posed challenging questions.'
Professor Ignas Snellen: 'Lars has been extremely eager to learn and absolutely great to work with!'
Professor Fons Verbeek: 'Luuk Romeijn is an excellent researcher; he is curious and able to think out-of-the-box.'
Life Science & Technology
Dr. Robbert Kleerebezem (TU Delft): 'Thomas showed extraordinary initiative, thoroughness, creativity and skill.'