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The 18th "Tomorrow's Little Scientists" Incentive Event

Hong Kong Team Match Highlights

About this competition

China Association for Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Engineering, National Natural Science Foundation of China and Hong Kong Zhou Kaixuan Foundation

Organizers in Hong Kong
Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association


Final review location

1. The target is students who are studying in Form 4 to Form 5 in 2017-18, with excellent academic performance and scientific and technological research achievements
2. Each contestant with apersonal projectTo apply, the project research time is not limited
3. Research projects can include 12 disciplines: mathematics, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, zoology, botany, microbiology, medicine and health, environmental science, earth and space science, computer science, engineering

The "Little Scientists of Tomorrow" rewarding activity is known as the "Nobel Prize for Chinese Youth", a science and technology education activity. It aims to provide a platform for outstanding young science and technology enthusiasts in China to display, communicate and learn, encourage young people to aspire to devote themselves to the cause of natural science research, and cultivate scientific ethics, innovative spirit and practical ability. Students participating in the rewarding activity can not only improve their own level through this activity, but also communicate with students from more than 30 provinces and regions across the country during the activity, so as to enrich their own scientific knowledge and let more students from different regions know The situation of science education in secondary schools in Hong Kong. Since the first award event, the association has organized and led Hong Kong students to participate, and it has held 18 sessions so far.

Lam Tsz-tung from St. Paul's School made it to the final evaluation with her work "Degradation of Harmful Dyes and Heavy Metals with Environmentally Friendly Nano-Fe" and won the second prize, a credit to Hong Kong! Her research aims to synthesize iron nanoparticles in a simple and effective way to degrade dyes and remove heavy metals.

Lin said: "It's a great honor to represent Hong Kong to participate in the competition in Beijing, learn from the judges, and communicate with other 125 students. From the research questions and comprehensive quality inspections, the judges not only affirmed my research, He also provided a lot of valuable advice, such as the future development direction of the study, areas for improvement, etc. This made me truly understand that scientific research is a long journey, and only by persevering, self-reflection and self-examination can we make continuous improvements and make the study more Perfect. At the same time, I am very fortunate to have met some like-minded classmates. Although the fields of science we study are different, I believe that we will meet again in the same field of science in the future and spark new sparks.”

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