Students of Georgian-American high schools and Georgian-American schools, who competed on behalf of Georgia at the International Olympiad of Young Scientists - IJSO, won a bronze medal.
This year, the 14th IJSO Olympics in the Netherlands was held on December 3-13. Teams from 52 countries participated in the Olympics. There are 6-6 students in each team, not older than 16 years. Students compete with each other in 3 natural sciences - physics, chemistry and biology.
The Olympiad is held in 3 rounds and includes test, theoretical and experimental tasks. IJSO - is considered one of the most difficult Olympics in the world and it lasts for 10 days. Team leaders and students are present separately. This year, the leaders of St. In Nijmegen, at the Val Monte Hotel, while students in St. They lived in Arnhem, Papindal, the Olympic Training Center.
The program of Olympic excursions is always brilliantly organized. Students and leaders visited the sights of Amsterdam, were impressed by the museums of Rembrandt and Van Gogh, as well as boating the streets of Amsterdam.
The following IJSO host countries are already known. In the following years, the Olympics will be held in Botswana, Qatar, Germany, Ghana, Estonia and Thailand.