June 21, 2021 - In The Media, Latest News
The world’s toughest science competitions for teenagers, the UNESCO-sanctioned International
Science Olympiads, have survived the impact of Covid-19, with 21 Australian students winning
selection to represent Australia in biology, chemistry, Earth science and physics.
Local student Jonathan Purcell from John Monash Science School is one of the 21 talented
young science students selected. Jonathan will compete at the Earth Science Olympiad between
August 25 and 30 this year.
He will compete in the world’s toughest science competitions against more than 1,000 of the
smartest kids in the world.
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