Romanian students win two gold medals in the International Chemistry Olympiad held in Baku

Romania’s team won two gold medals, one silver and one bronze, in the 47th edition of the International Chemistry Olympiad, carried out over July 20-29, in Baku (the capital of Azerbaijan), which placed it 1st in Europe and 6th in the world, in the unofficial ranking of participating countries (79 in total).

The gold medals belong to Dumitru Calugaru (a 12th grade students at the “Tudor Vladimirescu” National College in Targu Jiu), who also won the silver medal in the same competition at the previous two editions, and Andrei Iliescu (a 12th grade student at the International Informatics High School in Bucharest), according to Agerpres. The silver medal went to Paul Haidu-Gerea (a 10th grade student at the “Mircea cel Batran” National College in Constanta) and the bronze medal went to Vlad Mihai Mandric (a 12th grade student at the “Sfantul Sava” National College in Bucharest), also awarded the silver medal last year at the same competition.

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