Science to Youth Movement

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Science to Youth Movement
TypePublic scientific organization for Youth
PurposeResearch, Education
Muriz Spahić, PhD
10 employers, and numerous volunteers
WebsiteOfficial former website
Formerly called
Movement "Science to Youth"

Science to Youth Movement (in Bosnian "Pokret Nauku mladima"), was formerly the Alliance of Young Researchers of Bosnia and Herzegovina until 1992.

The first organizers and presidents were professors at the University of Sarajevo's Faculty of Sciences.[1][2]

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The Movement’s activities were organized as networks of local young researchers at the annual festivals of the B&H, and at the federal level of the Former Yugoslavia. The participants, mostly high school students, competed to test their knowledge of natural sciences and mathematical sciences in the freely selected topics. The works were written in the form of graduation/diploma theses. They were then defended to the professors of the Faculty of Sciences and the Faculty of Biotechnical and Biomedical sciences, and the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Three prizes were awarded annually, in the form of books.[1][2]

Bi-weekly or monthly summer schools were commonly held in historically notable cities/locations, such as Tjentište, Boračko jezero, Treskavica – Vučja Luka (Wolf Harbour) Jezero (near Jajce) and others.[2]

Many engaged activists from the Faculty of Sciences received the highest awards of the Movement and the "People's Technique" (which can be found by searching the Internet).[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Hadžiselimović R., Kalabušić S., ed. (2016). Prvih 56 godina - Monografija PMF UNSA. Sarajevo: Prirodno-matematički fakultet Sarajevo. ISBN 978-9958-592-84-3.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Stanojević B., ed. (1991). "Budućnost ne čeka, već se planira i stvara". Informator Pokreta "Nauku Mladima". Posebno izdanje (2): 2–10.