Breaking Science

Increasingly, researchers are asked to explain their research in a (very) short timeframe and to an audience of laymen. Quite a challenge to explain something you are unravelling for years in just 3 minutes! But mastering the skill of pitching is very useful, for instance for obtaining personal grants. Breaking Science is a pitch contest for young researchers organized by Utrecht University, to practice and improve this skill.

Breaking Science is an incredible learning experience that pushes you out of your comfort zone, into that spotlight, with confidence and enthusiasm
Iris Otto, winner Breaking Science 2018

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9 April 2019
Michael Musandu won the final of Breaking Science on 8 April 2019.
3 April 2019
The winners will compete in the Breaking Science 2019 final of 8 April.
2 April 2019
The winners will compete in the Breaking Science 2019 final of 8 April.
Breaking science 2019 winnaars heat 1
26 March 2019
The winners will compete in the Breaking Science 2019 final of 8 April.
26 March 2019
The winners will compete in the Breaking Science 2019 final of 8 April.
Breaking Science
25 March 2019
Pitch contest Breaking Science: explain your research in three minutes.
1 May 2018
Zerrin Yumak, researcher of the Utrecht Center for Game Research participates in Breaking Science 2018.
Iris Otto
24 April 2018
Six young researchers pitched their research on stage for an enthusiastic audience and jury on Monday 23 April

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