Polish students with medals from the International Biological Olympiad
Polish students won four medals at the 32nd International Biological Olympiad. Due to pandemic restrictions, this year’s competition was held online. Students from 76 countries competed.
The success of young biologists
Polish students did an excellent job in the 32nd International Biological Olympiad. Our representatives won a total of 4 medals, including gold, silver and 2 bronze.
Won the gold medal Jacob Kwiatkowski From University High School in Toruń. This is Jacob’s third album in international competition. In previous years, a student at Toruń High School won silver medals.
Won a silver medal Jacob Onubyuk From secondary school 14 for general education Stanisław Staszic in Warsaw. They were happy with the bronze discs Konrad Wojasiński (XLI High School from Joachim Lelewel in Warsaw) and mage mag (Stanislaw Stasic 1st Secondary School in Lublin).
The competition was attended by competitors from 76 countries who solved theoretical and practical tasks. Due to epidemiological restrictions, the competition was held in the remote format from July 18 to 23 (Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw).
More information about the competition on the website IBO Challenge II.
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