BCFN YES! Young Earth Solutions

BCFN YES! (Young Earth Solutions) is an international competition for young students and researchers from across the globe. Launched for the first time in 2012, the aim of the initiative is to reward the best ideas about food and sustainability. Projects are assessed by an international jury according to their social impact, innovation, originality and feasibility and the best win a monetary prize to implement them.
BCFN YES is a contest which supports scientific research
BCFN YES is a contest for young researchers

Following the success of the first four editions, which saw hundreds of participants from all continents take part, BCFN YES! 2016 is back with a new competition that invests in young researchers by supporting PhD level education with a study grant.

Researchers from across the world are invited to present innovative high-impact projects, capable of meeting global research requirements, that are in line with the central themes of the BCFN Foundation such as food, nutrition, health and sustainability.

BCFN YES! 2016

The BCFN YES! 2016 ended on 27 July 2016, at 11:59pm (Eastern Time).

All the projects received are being assessed by the judges and the best projects will be put forward to the final.

The BCFN Foundation has opened the research competition BCFN YES! 2016. For a grant of €20,000, researchers from across the globe are invited to put forward projects and concrete solutions on the themes of food and sustainability.

The aims of BCFN Yes! 2016 are:
- to encourage young scientists to conduct research on issues relating to food and nutrition;
- to favour collaborative research;
- to open new fields of research and create new generations of experts;
- to promote clear analyses with high scientific value;
- to identify solutions to improve food safety and guarantee healthy and sustainable nutrition.

To find out all the details, how to take part and the requirements, please download the competition documentation.

Further information at bcfnyes@barillacfn.com.

BCFN YES is a contest which promotes research
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