Every two years, eurammon presents an award for the three best academic theses in the field of natural refrigerants and their areas of application.

Eurammon – a joint initiative between companies, institutions and individuals campaigning for the increased use of natural refrigerants – uses the Natural Refrigeration Award to promote young academics who further develop the topic of natural refrigerants at the scientific level.

Interested parties, including graduates with bachelor's and master's degrees as well as Ph.D. students, can submit their application through March 27. The subject of the thesis must concern refrigeration technology with natural refrigerants (such as ammonia, carbon dioxide, hydrocarbons or water), and it must have been evaluated between May 2015 and March 2017.

Applicants must submit an abstract in English, a complete application form and their thesis. A jury composed of international experts in science, business and the media will select the three best theses. Visit www.euramonn.com for more information