Scientific News – The UEAA “Best Scientific Abstracts Competition”
Announcement of results
The UEAA Best Scientific Abstracts competition has been temporarily stopped. The new call for 2023 will be announced after approval at the next UEAA Steering Committee in March, 2023.
Below are the results of the evaluation of the scientific abstracts submitted to UEAA within the UEAA “Best Scientific Abstracts Competition.” This scientific competition has been opened on January 2022 and relied on the Best Scientific Abstracts selected by UEAA member Academies. Member Academies have been invited by the UEAA Steering Committee to select their best Abstracts of a given period according to their own choice: year, semester, term or month (but no more than one per month per Academy) and send them by a member of the Governance of the given Academy to the President of UEAA.
At the end of the year 2022, the international Jury selected by the UEAA Steering Committee was appointed. Prizes will be awarded for the best three Abstracts judged by an international Jury and the winners will receive an award “The UEAA Best Scientific Abstract Prize”.
Following the results of the selection procedure, here are the three “Best Scientific Abstracts:”
The first place is awarded to:
Farm of the Future – Decarbonising Farm Vehicles and Future Fuels
N. McCarthy(1), J. Wheeler(2), K. Budden(1), R. Gueterbock(3)*, A. Bywater(4), M. Woollacott(5)
(1) Cenex, Holywell Building, Holywell Park, Ashby Road, Loughborough, Leics, LE11 3UZ United Kingdom
(2) Wheeler Woodhouse, 21 Elmfield Avenue, Birstall, Leics LE4 3DG, United Kingdom
(3) Foodchains, Trevena, Winton Hill, Stockbridge, Hants SO20 6HL, United Kingdom
(4) University of Southampton, B178/Room 5019 Boldrewood Campus, Burgess Road, SO16 7QF, United Kingdom
(5) Greenwatt Technology, Roseleigh House, Oversley Green, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 6PG United Kingdom
*Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The second place is awarded to:
Effect of biofertilizers on leaf yield, nitrate amount, mineral content and antioxidants of basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) in a floating culture
Hayriye Yildiz Dasgan(1), AbdullahA ldiyab(1), Farah Elgudayem(1,2), Boran Ikiz(1), Nazim S. Gruda(3)
(1) University of Cukurova, 01330 Adana, Turkey;
(2) University of Sfax, 3000 Sfax, Tunisia
(3) University of Bonn 53121 Bonn, Germany, and Academy of Sciences of Albania, Sheshi “Fan Noli”, No 7, Tirana, Albania
*Corresponding authors: email@example.com
The third place is awarded to:
Essential amino acids: master regulators of nutrition and environmental footprint?
P. Tessari (1)*, A. Lante (2) & G. Mosca (2)
1 Dept. of Medicine, University of Padova, Italy (PT).
2 Dept. of Agronomy, Food, Natural Resources, Animals & Environment (DAFNAE), University of Padova, Italy (AL, GM).
*Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
UEAA steering committee congratulates the winners!
AGRI-FOOD and HUMAN NUTRITION
ECONOMY and AGRICULTURAL POLICY
ENVIRONMENT and TERRITORIES
HUMANITIES and SOCIAL SCIENCES
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