For 44 years, Lohmann has been organizing the event every two years as a sponsor, on weekends for the first time via an online format.
Head of the Regional Competition Larissa Kram and Jufo sponsor Dr. Carsten Herzhoff (COO Lohmann) were impressed by the approximately 25 exciting projects, including climate change and alternative energy generation. In the category Jugend forscht Chemistry, 17-year-old Tobias Metz took 1st place, his topic: "Microplastic-free water thanks to cooking oil". "A real researcher!" the jurors praised his socially relevant work, which takes into account chemical, economic and ecological aspects. By the way: the future technology of 3D printing is not only very popular Lohmann’s Bonding Arena®: Jonathan Baschek (13 years old) took 1st place in physics with his project "Light as a feather? Self-made springs from the 3D printer”. Congratulations to all winners, we are keeping our fingers crossed for the next round of the competition at the end of March!