“Everything in our body ranging from enzymes to DNA to organic molecules, all fit together so intricately to form the human body,” says Misha Garg from New Zealand. Other members of the team come from Argentina, Bangladesh, Romania, Slovenia, and Ukraine.
“My dream is to contribute to food technology to improve the safety of food,” says Kristýna Simková from Czech Republic. Other members of Food Sciences and Food Technology team come from: Hungary, Finland, China, Greece, and Slovenia.
“I like mathematics because I think it’s the most beautiful science. I also like reasoning and using all my knowledge in problem solving,” says Nidia Obscura Acosta from Mexico. Other members in Applied Mathematics team come from: Brazil, Nigeria, Slovenia, and Romania.
“Cities represent our society’s past, present, and future, where we live our lives and find opportunities to better the world and ourselves,” says Tyler Keegan from the US. Other members in Urban Planning team come from: Brazil, China, Estonia, Romania, and Slovenia.
“I believe that businesses need to be on the forefront of the transition to sustainability,” says Leah Davidson from Canada. Other members in Climate & Climate Change team come from Thailand, Liberia, China, Brazil, and Slovenia.
“Technology is being developed right now, and I wish to be part of that,” says Andreea Cucu from Romania. Other members in ICT and Digitalization team come from: USA, Finland, India, Zimbabwe, and Bulgaria.
“Science allows me to better appreciate nature and reconsider the effects of my actions,” says Samuel Amoako-Frimpong from Ghana. Other members in Energy team come from: Brazil, New Zealand, Italy, Peru, and China.
“I like challenges and using my imagination to solve problems – this is what drew me to this particular area of science,” says Letitia-Ioana Birnoschi from Romania. Other members in Material Sciences and Technology team come from: Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, Sweden, and Finland.
“I hope to be able to learn about renewable resources and bring the knowledge back to Singapore with me“, says Jaslyn Chan from Singapore. Other members in Renewable Natural Resources team come from: Argentina, Italy, Romania, Thailand, and South Africa.
Millennium Youth Camp coach and University of Helsinki’s Professor of Urban Geography Mari Vaattovaara has won the J.V. Snellman Award for outstanding efforts to disseminate scholarly knowledge.