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Jordan Young Scientists (JoYS) National Exhibition 2023 Concludes with Announcement of Winners

Jordan Young Scientists (JoYS) National Exhibition 2023 Concludes with Announcement of Winners

Judges evaluating students projects

The Jordan Young Scientists (JoYS) National Exhibition 2023 reached its exciting conclusion with an awarding ceremony that honoured the exceptional talent and efforts displayed by Jordan's Young Scientists. The Exhibition, which took place over two days, displayed 112 innovative projects created by 357 students from 68 schools across the country.

Specialised judges, recognising the outstanding knowledge, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills demonstrated by these young scientists, selected three winners from each category. Additionally, an overall committee identified the top three overall winners, with the top-placed winner earning the opportunity to participate in the prestigious BT Young Scientists Exhibition in Ireland. The winners will also have the opportunity to participate in a boot camp.

The winners of JoYS 2023

The JoYS National Exhibition 2023 serves as a testament to the talent and dedication of Jordan's young scientists, highlighting their potential to contribute to the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and shape a brighter future. By fostering a culture of innovation and scientific inquiry, this initiative paves the way for Jordan's scientific and technological advancements.

We congratulate all the winners and extend our appreciation to the participating students, teachers, parents, and organizations who made the JoYS National Exhibition 2023 a resounding success. Their commitment to advancing scientific understanding and finding practical solutions to real-world challenges will undoubtedly contribute to Jordan's future development and progress.

Speaking at the exhibition, Ireland's Ambassador to Jordan, , Marianne Bolger, expressed her admiration for the participating students, stating, "The dedication to exploring and solving complex problems demonstrated through this initiative signals positive things ahead for Jordan in the fields of science and technology. I am completely inspired by the talent and creativity so clearly expressed by the students. Congratulations to all those who participated"

For more information about the event, please visit: www.jordanys.com  

And follow JoYS socials for updates @JoYS_initiative

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