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Students and pupils of the Schülerforschungszentrum (SFZ), a student research center in Germany, have again defended their reputation as young inventors on the iENA, an exhibition of inventions in Nürnberg.

Michelle Sommer (student), Elijas Schüz (high school Trossingen) and Bernadette Szasz (high school Spaichingen) won gold with their novel app „Dont Spy-Software“ who protects against attacks on encrypted messages. Lukas Ruf (high school Rottweil) and Mai Saito (high school Trossingen) won silver with their invention to remove drug residues from sewage water by means of magnetic particles. Another gold medal was awarded to Marcel Fiderer and Elias Hummel for their invention of a swarm robot.

As a sponsor of these young people, we are very proud of their success and congratulate them warmly!

In order to improve human lives in the future with our surgical solutions, ingenuity plays a major role in our company. Since we are always looking for resourceful young people, it is important for us to support the activities of the SFZ. There, young inventors have optimal conditions to come into the role of an inventor very early.

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