Chinese Students Obtained Good Results in 2019 Young Scientists Fair and Contest

The 2019 Young Scientists Fair and Contest was held on 27-30 April, 2019 in Copenhagen, Denmark attracted about 200 primary and secondary school students from Denmark, China, India, Ireland and other countries.

There are four students selected by China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) participating in this contest. Li Hongzhou from Beijing Guangqumen Middle School won the second prize with the project titled “Efficiency Up, Emission Down, the selective oxidation of n-Butane to Maleic Anhydride catalyzed by POM-ILs modified VPO”. Pan Bole from Guangzhou Tianhe Foreign Language School with the project titled “Attacking Fresh Water Crisis with Solar Power and Waste Materials” and Qian Rilong from Xiamen Foreign Language School with the project titled “Experimental Study on Vortex-induced Vibration based on Self-made Small Smoke Wind Tunnel” won the third prize.

Group photo of CAST delegation

Young Scientists Fair and Contest is hosted by Danish Ministry of Education and organized by Danish Organization for Young Scientist. In recent years, Danish Prince Joachim Holger Waldemar Christian and Minister of Education presented the awarding ceremony and handed out prizes to winners or sent their regards by video. From 2006, CYSC has been annually organizing students to participate in Young Scientists Fair and Contest for 14 years. Every year, the Danish Organization for Young Scientist also selects students to come to China for China Adolescents Science and Technology Contest (CASTIC).

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