It's been a long time since I wrote my last blog post. The past year was tough as I was getting accustomed to my new life : College life. Now that I'm well settled in my new life, I have decided to invest some time at the Science Olympiad Blog and increase the number of helpful posts for the science olympiad enthusiasts.
In this blogpost, I want to share where this year's International Science Olympiads are going to take place. First, International Mathematics Olympiad. 58th IMO is going to take place at one of the most beautiful places on earth - Rio de Janeiro. This year's IMO participants seem to be extremely lucky! The timeline is 12 to 23rd July, 2017.
Official Website: https://www.imo2017.org.br/
Next is International Physics Olympiad. Like IMO, IPhO is also going to take place in an exotic place : Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This is going to be 48th edition of the Olympiad. It's going to begin on Sunday, July 16 and end on Monday, July 24. This year, approximately 88 countries are going to compete in this prestigious contest.
Official Website: http://www.ipho2017.id/
The University of Warwick at Coventry, UK is going to host the 27th edition of International Biology Olympiad (IBO). United Kingdom's Royal Society of Biology is going to organize this year's contest, and 69 countries are expected to participate in the competition.
Official Website: http://ibo2017.org/
"Bonding the World with Chemistry" - with this beautiful motto, IChO (International Chemistry Olympiad) is going to take place in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. The competition will held from 6 to 15 July.
Official Website: https://icho2017.sc.mahidol.ac.th/