DNO Winners

Curiosity and quest for the unknown

Yingning Lu is the winner of the 2018 Frankfurt Regionals Deutsche Neurowissenschaften Olympiade. She had to prevail over 25 other young talented students. Originally from China, she lives with her family in Germany since 3 years where she attends the Schloss Hansenberg boarding school. 2018 DNO-Frankfurt’s 1st place winner Neuroscience: enjoying the discovery Since she was a little child, Yingning was always enthusiastic about natural sciences and now is sure that she would like to study science after...

Winning Feeling! – Introducing this year’s top 3 from Berlin

Certainly all participants of this year’s DNO regional event in Berlin did a great job and were very well prepared for the competition – but these three girls combined their knowledge with nerves of steel and thought their way up the ranks onto the podium. Outstanding talents and their passion for neuroscience This year’s winner is Aradia, currently attending the 12th grade of the Berlin International School. Her fascination for the neurosciences is grounded in her curiosity...

Luisa wins 3nd place at DNO Nationals in Heidelberg

Luisa Kües, student at the Gymnasium Nordhorn, won the 3rdprice at the national DNO final in Heidelberg. She is very interested in neuroscience and will participate at the international FENS conference in Berlin. “I love challenges” Luisa took part at the DNO competition in Berlin, since she is interested in Biology, Chemistry and Medicine, which are all combined within the field of neuroscience. Furthermore, she saw the participation as a challenge and she absolutely loves challenges. The next challenge will be her...

Mavie wins 2nd place at the DNO final in Heidelberg!

National 2nd place winner Mavie S., student at the Luisenschule in Mühlheim an der Ruhr, told us about her passion for neuroscience and her participation at the final in Heidelberg. Mavie learned about the regional DNO competition in Bonn from her chemistry teacher and decided to take part in the competition since she was already interested in neuroscience. The participation was a great chance for her to learn more about fascinating topic Neuroscience, “since there is so much we still don’t know”....