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Foundation Imagine Life Sciences connects scientific research, education and development aid. To this end, we host the annual Imagine School Competition, in which students encounter both theoretical and concrete aspects of the Life Sciences. With our School Competition, we challenge scientists and students to make a difference in a developing country.

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Imagine Magazine online

27 January 2014

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Highlights

Imagine finalists (2012-2013) have been selected!

8 April 2013

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And the winner is…

19 April 2012 — The winner of the Imagine School Competition 2011-2012 is: A Concrete Solution for a Concrete Problem - a business plan about selfhealing concrete!

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Finalists 2012 have been selected!

8 March 2012 — The period of anxiously waiting is finally over. The finalists of the Imagine School Competition 2011-2012 have been selected!

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Imagine school competition 2011-2012 has started!

11 October 2011

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Imagine school competition projects online!

20 June 2011 — The project proposals are online!

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Wanted: Scientists project proposals

9 May 2011 — For our secondary school pupil competition of 2011-2012, the Foundation Imagine Life Sciences is looking for scientists who are willing to support us and wish to express their enthusiasm for their field by submitting a project proposal.

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Winners Imagine 2010 - 2011

24 March 2011 — School pupils come up with a new way to re-use used milk packages

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All schoolpupils have written their business plans!

31 January 2011 — All school pupils have written their business plans, 10 February the finalists will be announced.

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Imagine… is looking for jury members

7 December 2010 — Foundation Imagine Life Sciences is looking for jury members for the annual school competition Imagine… The jury members have the task to judge the school pupils business plans.

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Coming events

26 October 2010

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Quotes

Cynthia Schneider (former US ambassador in the Netherlands):

“The contacts with school pupils and other scientists are refreshing and I praise the school competition for doing so.”

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Ronald Plasterk (former Minister of Education, Culture and Science):

“The aim of Imagine is to help pupils learn about science.”

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Maria van der Hoeven (former Minister of Education, Culture and Science):

“I have to say that this competition really attracts me. Imagine links important matters in a very interesting way."

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