"Göttinger Tageblatt" , 18.02.2008

Five pupils from Göttingen successful
„Jugend forscht“(engl.: youth researches)

Braunschweig / Göttingen (afu). Five pupils from Göttingen  have won prizes the regional competiton "Jugend forscht" in Braunschweig. Abass Eidizadeh from the "Max-Planck-Gymnasium" made the first place in the category biologie. His theme: the establishment of a determined interacting gene in chicken cells.  Also first place was achieved by Bruno Lüth from the "Felix-Klein-Gymnasium" (FKG), the local regularity in the occuring of thunderstorms. Lea Osterried won the first price for the "Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium" with the parametrical drive of a pendulum. The categorie "Schüler experimentiert" was won in second place by Tobias Köhler, also from the FKG. The biological question "How much salt does a potato take?" was answered in his experiment. Third place and third person from the FKG was Alexander Gloth with a Lego sorting machine.

Here you can see Bruno Lüth in Clausthal-Zellerfeld, on the 5th of march 2008, by "jugend Forscht" . In the categorie "Geo- und Raumwissenschaften" he made the third place.

Congratulation Bruno!

The idea was inspired during his membership in the weather-club.
 What you have made of it is great! 
We are very proud of you!