2 projects won the First and Second prizes of the National Science Research Competition of Lao Cai high school studentsThose are 2 projects of students of Lao Cai High School participating in the National Science Research Competition for the school year 2021-2022.
According to information from the Lao Cai Department of Education and Training, on the afternoon of March 27, the Organizing Committee of the National Science and Technology Research Competition for high school students in the school year 2021-2022 held the closing ceremony and awarded prizes for excellent projects. Accordingly, there are 2 projects by students of the High School in Lao Cai province, which participated in the national competition and both won high prizes.
Student group, Tran Phong and Tran My Chi, authors of the project "Mobile Blood Bank" won the first prize of the National Science Research Competition.
Student group of Tran Anh Tu and Nguyen Quynh Mai won the second prize in the competition
The project "Mobile Blood Bank" in the field of System Software created by a group of students Tran Phong and Tran My Chi was honored to win the First Prize in the field of System Software. In particular, this project is one of the 7 best projects selected by the organizers to enter the interview round to participate in the International Scientific Research Competition, scheduled to be held in May 2022 in the United States.
The project "Mental health of frontline medical workers in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic" in the field of Social Science - Behavior of a group of students Tran Anh Tu and Nguyen Quynh Mai won the second prize of the contest.
Two winning groups and teachers of the High School for the took photos with leaders of the Lao Cai Department of Education and Training.
There were 144 works participating in the national science and technology research competition for high school students in the school year 2021 - 2022. At the end of the competition, the organizers awarded 12 first prizes, 15 second prizes, 17 third prizes, 27 fourth prizes and 23 promising awards for excellent projects.