Camborne students take part in Singapore International Science Challenge
CAMBORNE Science and International Academy students have competed against some of the world's top science students.
Ellie Burridge, Kate Powell and Jess Bode and two members of staff travelled to Singapore's National Junior College to take part in the Singapore International Science Challenge, a prestigious event consisting of three main challenges.
Camborne students were competing against 27 schools, including top-performing Asian schools such as the National University of Singapore and the Korean Science and Maths School.
They investigated the foraging behaviour of UK birds and preferences they show based upon their genetic predisposition or learnt behaviour.
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Ellie received a medal for third runner-up in the fieldwork challenge, Kate received a trophy for first place in the fieldwork challenge and Jess won a trophy for first place in the design and build challenge and a medal for first runner-up in the fieldwork challenge.