Vietnam secures 6 medals at International Science Olympiads

VOV.VN - All six Vietnamese students competing at the 14th International Science Olympiads in the Netherlands won medals, three silvers and three bronzes, according to the Hanoi Department of Education and Training.

Luong Hien Nga and Do Cao Minh Chau from Hanoi-Amsterdam High School, and Nguyen Trong Khai from Nguyen Hue High School for Gifted Students each bagged a silver medal. Meanwhile the three bronze medals were presented to Nguyen Duc Hieu, Le Hoang Minh, and Tran Khanh Vy from Hanoi-Amsterdam High School.

The International Science Olympiads took place in the Netherlands from December 2-15 with 279 contestants from 50 countries and territories competing in three contests: a multiple choice quiz, theory and practice in physics, chemistry and biology.

At last year’s Olympiads, Vietnam earned two gold medals, two silvers, and two bronzes.

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