Our mission is to support exceptionally gifted children and teenagers from all of Poland in order to enable them to fully develop their talents and scientific as well as artistic passions.
Europe’s best young scientists in Warsaw
2014-09-25 For the past week, the University of Warsaw library had been packed with promising young scientists. 110 researchers aged 14 to 20 presented their projects during an intense competition, in the hope of impressing an international jury. They were competing for honours in the 26th European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS), which concluded […]
26th EU Contest for Young Scientists - Warsaw 2014
EUCYS 2014 in Warsaw
2014-04-01 The EUCYS – European Union Contest for Young Scientists is an initiative of the European Commission that was set up in 1989 with the goal of promoting cooperation and interchange between young scientists and guiding them towards a future career in science and technology. The University of Warsaw is host organiser for the 26th […]
Three prizes at EUCYS 2013 for Poland
2013-10-10 All three projects from Poland have been awarded at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS). This means that all four Polish students taking part in the EUCYS have won! They will be rewarded with international internships at prestigious European research institutes. The contest results were announced in Prague on 24 September.
The Polish Children’s Fund is an independent, non-governmental organization established in 1981. One of its major objectives is to help exceptionally gifted pupils and students develop their academic interests and artistic talents, and to adjust the educational system in Poland to accommodate the special needs of the highly gifted. In this field the Fund closely […]
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Polish Children’s Fund Krajowy Fundusz na rzecz Dzieci ul. Pasteura 5a, PL-02-093 Warszawa POLAND KRS-0000044710 NIP: 521-29-66-282 Bank account: PKO B.P. S.A. XV o/Centrum69 1020 1156 0000 7502 0049 9731 Office e-mail: fundusz@fundusz.org tel. (+48-22) 848 24 68, 848 23 98 fax. (+48-22) 848 23 98