Zamir Borojevic, winner of the Swiss Junior Water Prize 2019, was featured on 11th September in the supplement Education and Carrier Choice of the Aargauer Zeitung. In the article “Auf der Suche nach der Unsterblichkeit” (German), Zamir provides an insight of his research work on tardigrades and why he was so fascinated by these animals that can adapt to some of the more extreme environmental conditions. Read all about it here: Berufswahl_Weiterbildung_2019 11
@copyright article, Markus Kocher
About Swiss Junior Water Prize
The Swiss Junior Water Prize recognizes young students between 15 and 20 years old, who have conducted outstanding school projects related to water and sanitation with proven environmental, scientific, social or technological significance. The winner is entitled to represent Switzerland in the international competition Stockholm Junior Water Prize, held during the World Water Week. The Swiss Junior Water Prize is a joint effort of the Swiss Water Partnership and the Swiss Toilet Organisation, aiming to encourage Swiss Youth to grow an interest in water and sustainability issues.