Ivory Coast National Physics Competition Honors 32 Winners

Ivory Coast's 3rd national physics competition awards 32 students, including 10 girls, recognizing young talent and promoting science education.

The Ivory Coast's commitment to science education was celebrated as 32 outstanding students, including a significant representation of 10 girls, received awards at the 3rd annual national physics competition. Organized to promote physics and inspire future scientists, the competition recognizes exceptional talent in this critical field.
Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Adama Diawara, highlighted the importance of physics education for the nation's progress. He emphasized promising career paths in physics, from research to engineering, while encouraging students to embrace the excitement of the discipline.
The Ivory Coast national physics competition continues to grow in popularity, attracting 1,229 participants this year. Winners received laptops, tablets, diplomas, and monetary prizes as they embark on a journey of scientific discovery and innovation. This competition underscores the Ivory Coast's dedication to building a strong foundation in science and empowering its next generation of innovators.

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