The written project has five parts:

A TYPEWRITTEN PRESENTATION

Hand written presentations are not admissible. The presentation should describe the project. It may be accompanied by original illustrations (graphs, drawings and photographs). It may consist of up to a maximum of 10 pages of written text (A4 format; single sided; double spaced and unbound in a minimum character size of 10 point); It may be accompanied by up to a further 10 pages of illustrations (A4 format; single sided and unbound); No extra materials such as video tapes and diskettes can be accepted as part of the typewritten presentation The presentation can be written in any of the official Community languages. Contestants are reminded, however, that the working language of the Jury is English.

A ONE-PAGE SCIENTIFIC SUMMARY

in English containing the most important points of the project (aim of project, materials and methods, observations and conclusions).

A CLEAR CONCISE PROJECT TITLE IN ENGLISH FOR THE CONTEST CATALOGUE

This may be accompanied, if required, by the full scientific title- Please refer to Contestant Registration form.

THE FULL ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC TITLE, IN THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE

A STRAIGHTFORWARD DESCRIPTION (ABSTRACT) OF THE PROJECT

This should not be more than ten lines and should be written in simple English for publication in the Contest Catalogue. Contestants through their National Organiser must ensure that this brief project description should be readily understandable to the reporting print and broadcast media and to the interested members of the wider public.