Vasyl Yatsyna wins audience award Radboud Talks 2017
The audience award winner of the second edition of scientific pitch competition Radboud Talks is Vasyl Yatsyna, physicist at the Faculty of Sciences FELIX Laboratory. His talk about how proteins ‘dance’ in infrared laser light made him win the hearts of the audience. In total, ten young scientists delivered three-minute pitches during the finale.
Watch Vasyl's 3-minute pitch here:
The overall winner of Radboud Talks is Stefanie Ramachers, a PhD student at the Faculty of Arts’ Centre for Language Studies. Stefanies pitch about about how babies learn language before their first word was chosen as the best by the expert jury.
Radboud Talks is a pitch competition where scientists from all disciplines tell their story in just three minutes for a live audience and jury. Traditional PowerPoint presentations are strictly prohibited, so no borings lists or charts. Instead, young researchers deliver science like you’ve never seen in before.
Read more about Stefanie’s pitch and the other finalists of Radboud Talks 2017