Science on the Move 2021

We are moving into the sixth edition of our nation-wide class competition!

High School classes from all over Switzerland will battle it out for a top prize of a Science Week abroad. The program promotes and requires the skills of a creative group of high school students. May the best school class with the most scientific curiosity and enthusiasm win.

This year's topic: Smart Systems

Great ideas can become game changers in the fields of communication, technical inventions, scientific achievements or social interactions. Share your idea, work as a team and develop a smart system that contributes to making a change for the benefit of humanity.
Be ambitious: Your idea may be a product, a procedure, a whole system ...
Think broadly: Chemistry, biology, electronics, economics ... anything goes! We welcome interdisciplinarity.

 

Deadlines

Registration: November 2020-January 2021
Competition: February-May 2021
Final Event: 4 June 2021
Science Week abroad: 5-11 September 2021

The precise deadlines will be soon published here – stay tuned!

Save the date flyer

   

To get an idea about "Science on the Move"...

 

Science on the Move 2021
Please note that since the film was made, the focus of this year's competition has shifted. Instead of performing experiments on a specified subject, student teams are asked to develop their own ideas for a smart system. Of course, this may also include the performance of experiments. The film, however, illustrates nicely the spirit of the competition and gives a short summary of its structure.

Watch the playlist with the winners of the Best Performance Award from 2013 onwards.

This was "Science on the Move 2019"

Winners

Second place

Class 2bMN from Kantonsschule Stadelhofen
The runner-up in the competition won a 3-day science trip in Switzerland.

Third place

Class 3 BIC from Liceo Lugano 1
This class won a 2-day science trip in Switzerland.

Media Coverage

This was "Science on the Move 2017"

Winners

Second place

Class 3AB from Gymnasium Kirschgarten
The runner-up in the competition won a 3-day science trip in Switzerland and wrote a report about their experiences.

Third place

Class 18gC from Gymnasium Thun
This class won a 2-day science trip in Switzerland.

Media Coverage

This was "Science on the Move 2015"

 

Winners

 

Second place

Class 3i from Gymnasium Bäumlihof, Basel-Stadt
The runner-up in the competition won a 3-day science trip in Switzerland and wrote a report about their experiences.

 

Third place

Class 4E Kantonsschule Zug
This class won a 3-day science trip in Switzerland. The report will follow soon...

 

Media Coverage

This was "Science on the Move 2013"
This was "Science on the Move 2011"

Tasks 2011
These are the three tasks, the participating classes had to solve in 2011:


Project Portfolio 2011
This portfolio gives you an overview of the class competition in 2011.
It was compiled and provided by the teacher of the winning class of Science on the Move 2011.

 

 

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