Organized by the Independent Students’ Union, the 14th Student Nobel competition was settled in Warsaw. Each of the nine laureates representing various areas of science and art received a prize of PLN 5 000.
The jury, made up of 49 scientists from 18 universities, selected the nine most talented students:
Technical Sciences: Mateusz Krzyziński from the Faculty of Mathematics and Information Sciences at the Warsaw University of Technology;
Art: Olena Matoshniuk from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław;
Journalism and literature: Maria Lipińska from the Faculty of Journalism, Information and Bibliology, University of Warsaw;
Natural sciences and energy: Magdalena Trusińska from the Faculty of Food Technology at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences;
Physics and astronomy: Mikołaj Zawadzki from the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw;
Medicine and pharmacy: Natalia Sauer from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Medical University of Wrocław;
Social sciences: Andrzej Porębski of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow;
Economic sciences: Jarosław Pawlik from the Krakow University of Economics;
Social activities: Jakub Wojtacha from the University of Zielona Góra.