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10 July, 2018
in Neuroscience News
(Berlin, July 8 2018) Eighteen-year-old Piotr Oleksy from Krakow (Poland) has won today (July 8) the international Brain Bee Competition at Europe’s biggest brain research conference in Berlin. Twenty five young finalists in the competition, and aged between 13 and 18 from 25 countries, took part. The judges were all impressed by their knowledge of the most complex organ of all living beings: the human brain.
The contestants have travelled from Australia and the USA, from Brazil and Malaysia, from South Korea, India, China and from the Caribbean island of Grenada. And it is the first time that a girl has come from Iran, 15-year-old Mahsa Arman who achieved fourth place. She follows fourteen-year-old Giovanni De Gannes from Grenada who takes second place and third place winner, seventeen-year-old Huai-Ying Huang from Canada. Sixteen-year old Elaine Cheung placed fifth.
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Winner: Piotr Oleksy from Krakow (Poland)
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