A fantastic achievement by Nat and New at the International Chemistry Olympiad, IChO 2022
A fantastic achievement for the UK Chemistry Olympiad team winning 4 silver medals at the International 54th International Chemistry Olympiad 🥈🥈🥈🥈
Many congratulations on an outstanding performance against the brightest in the world by the UK team and many thanks to the Royal Society of Chemistry, The Olympiad Working group UCL and University of Nottingham for hosting training sessions for these talented young chemists!
We were delighted to host the final here at NatMatSci and couldn’t be prouder of our students Nat (who just missed out on a gold medal) and New for winning silver medals. Congratulations and thanks to our Vice Principal, Dr Penny Robotham and Assistant Principal, Ms Charlie Turner for all their hard work and support.
‘We are delighted with the four silver medals won by the UK team. The International Chemistry Olympiad seeks to find the brightest chemistry students from around the world, and we are thrilled that the UK has performed so well, competing against the best of the best from over 80 countries.’’
Ben Pilgrim of the University of Nottingham and head mentor for the UK delegation.
Read more about this tremendous achievement by the UK team here:
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