NUS High School Attains 2nd Position in the 11th Singapore National Crystal Growing Challenge
The Department of Chemistry at the National University of Singapore is organising this biennial Singapore Crystal Growing Competition for students since 1997. This creative and fun-giving crystal growing challenge is aimed at secondary school, junior college and polytechnic students in Singapore. The challenge gives students the chance to discover the importance of relevant and good techniques in chemistry. By participating in this competition, students will learn the art and science of growing crystals. They will also have an opportunity to demonstrate their creativity in growing something of beauty. Moreover, there is also the challenge of outdoing your peers in school as well as at the National level.
The event took place on 26 September 2014 (Saturday).
1st Runner up (Open Category)
Tay Jing Xuan (M14304)
Hor Kuok Theng (M14303)