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2007 The Laureates of Tomorrow – Nobel Essay Contest

Posted on Monday, June 4, 2007 by for Awards, Miscellaneous.

The Laureates of Tomorrow – Nobel Essay Contest is a collaboration between the Consulate General of Sweden in New York, The New York Academy of Sciences, nobelprize.org, the New York City Department of Education, and the City University of New York. Midwood had three finalists this year.

  • Victoria Lee
    for her essay on Marshall Nirenberg (Physiology/Medicine 1968).
  • Elena Louie
    for her essay on Frederick Sanger (Chemistry 1958 and 1980)
  • Michael Dabrowski
    for his essay on Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (Physics 1901).

2007 National Society of High School Scholars Academic Paper Awards

Posted on Sunday, June 3, 2007 by for Awards, Miscellaneous.

Every year the National Society of High School Scholars identifies the twenty best science essays written by high school students. The paper submitted must be a research paper, original essay, or analytical essay submitted for a science class in the student’s junior or senior year.

  • Ilana Arabova
    won a $250 award for her paper "Robert Koch: Mastering Tuberculosis".

2006 The Laureates of Tomorrow – Nobel Essay Contest

Posted on Thursday, June 15, 2006 by for Awards, Miscellaneous.

The Laureates of Tomorrow – Nobel Essay Contest is a collaboration between the Consulate General of Sweden in New York, The New York Academy of Sciences, nobelprize.org, the New York City Department of Education, and the City University of New York.

2005 The Laureates of Tomorrow – Nobel Essay Contest

Posted on Friday, June 24, 2005 by for Awards, Miscellaneous.

With the purpose of inspiring New York high school students to strive for the level of achievement represented by the Nobel Prize, a new essay contest has been initiated: The Laureates of Tomorrow – Nobel Essay Contest. The contest is a collaboration between the Consulate General of Sweden in New York, The New York Academy of Sciences, nobelprize.org, the New York City Department of Education, and the City University of New York.

Grand Prize Winner

  • Michael Vishnevetsky
    was awarded the grand prize in Physiology/Medicine — a week-long visit to Sweden to attend the Nobel Week Festivities in December 2005 — for his essay "Gunter Blobel, 1999 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology/Medicine and Pioneer in Protein Targeting Within/out of the Cell".

1998 Miscellaneous Awards

Posted on Wednesday, June 24, 1998 by for Awards, Miscellaneous, NASA, NYCSEF.

  • Sohail Ahmed
    NASA/NSTA Mars Competition
  • Petros Benias
    NYCSEF Grand Prize (trip to ISEF in Fort Worth) & BioGenius Award; NYC Expo Science Fair: First Place; NY Academy of Sciences: Annals Award; International Science and Engineering Fair: Third Place, Medicine
  • Judy Dong
    NYC Expo Science Fair: First Place; American Association for Clinical Chemistry Award
  • Robert Chen
    NYCSEF Air Force Award & BioGenius Award
  • Hesky Fisher
    Polytech University Math, Science & Engineering Fair: Navy Award
  • Jared Jagdeo
    NYCSEF BioGenius Award; NYC Expo Science Fair: First Place; NAACP ACT/SO Award
  • Anna Kundel
    NYCSEF Navy Award & BioGenius Award
  • Jonathan Saukin
    NYC Expo Science Fair: First Place; Manhattan College Junior Engineering Technical Society Award
  • Paul Schwartz
    Polytech University Math, Science & Engineering Fair: Air Force Award
  • George Sclavos
    Eastern Analytical Convention: First Prize
  • Ronit Socoloff
    Weizman Institute Prize (Summer Research Internship in Israel)
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