Vietnamese students win four golds and two silvers at Junior Science Olympiad

Tuesday, 2021-12-21 09:27:53
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The winners were from Grade 10, specialising in Chemistry, Physics and Biology at Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted.
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NDO - Vietnamese students won four gold and two silver medals at the 18th International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO), which were held in the UAE from December 12-22.

The winners were from Grade 10, specialising in Chemistry, Physics and Biology at Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted. The gold medallists were La Chau Giang, Bui Tuan Kien, Nguyen Phuong Thuy, Trinh Anh Minh while the silver medal winners were Nguyen Trinh Bao Nhu and Trinh Ninh Ngoc Mai.

Nearly 400 students aged 15 years and younger from 59 countries and territories around the world have met both in direct and online forms during the 18th IJSO to test their knowledge and skills in physics, biology and chemistry.

The IJSO is an annual individual and team competition in the natural sciences for students under sixteen years old.

The first IJSO was held in 2004 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Each year, the contest is held in a different country with the purpose of creating competition in knowledge, encouraging students to approach practical scientific knowledge around the world.

This is also an annual destination for nations to share education experiences to develop the quality of education and create momentum for global education cooperation. In addition, it creates opportunities for cultural exchange between students and teachers in the scientific community.

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