The Hong Kong Student Science Competition 2022 has officially launched. We are recruiting teams now! The Theme of this year is “Inspiration from Living ‧ Innovation from Science“, and the sub-theme is “Sustainable Development“. Please refer to the competition details here: https://bit.ly/hksspc_2022 An online Briefing Session will be held on 3 November 2021 (Wed). Teachers and students who are interested in joining the Competition, please register to participate in the Briefing Session as soon as possible.
The Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition (HKSSPC) 2021 sent 4 Champion teams to join the Asia Pacific Conference of Young Scientists (APCYS 2021) organized in Mexico by The National Network of Youth Activities in Science and Technology. The competition was held online from 19 to 25 September 2021. Hong Kong Teams competed with 86 teams from 21 countries/regions and they won 1 Gold Award and 2 Bronze Awards. The results are as follows: Category Award Project Title School Name Life Sciences Gold Award Synthesis of Nanoparticles by Chemical Method for Antibacterial Bioplastic St. Paul’s Convent School Physics and Engineering […]
The awardee list of “Visitors’ Favourite Award” of HKSSPC 2021 is as follows: Team No. Project Title No. of Votes Junior Division JBBC20 Duration of Light on Plant Growth 369 JAPE07 Appic Trolley 254 Senior Division SBBC24 Possible Improvements of Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Cellulose 594 SAPE01 Solarmore 155 Please feel free to watch the playback of presentation videos of finalists in our website if you are interested.
The online voting of “Visitors’ Favourite Award” of Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2021 has started, public could view the team’s project abstract on our website ( Junior Division / Senior Division ) and vote for their favourite ones at https://bit.ly/3x1EDBZ. Everyone can only vote ONCE for their favorite projects, you can choose up to 2 projects in each division. You may consider the overall performance of the team, e.g. Project Quality, Innovativeness, Practicability, and Team Presentation, etc.
The Intellectual Property Webinar is compulsory for all HKSSPC teams to participate in order to be eligible to join the Competition. Each team should send at least one representative to attend the webinar. There are three sessions for teams to choose. Session Date Time Format Session I 20 May (Thur) 5:00 – 6:00 pm Online – Zoom Cloud Meetings Zoom meeting login details: Meeting ID: 844 6701 4141 Passcode: 802392 Login Display Name: Team No._Student Name Session II 21 May (Fri) 5:00 – 6:00 pm Session II 22 May (Sat) 10:30 am – 11:30 am Please register at https://bit.ly/3uniA8e […]
The Sharing Session with Advisors was held on 29 April (Thur) online via Zoom, a total of 19 schools and 91 teachers and students had joined the event. The organizers had invited 10 advisors from different universities and institutes to share with the participants their science knowledge and experience on scientific research, as well as answer any queries the teams had in their projects. Participants actively participated in the sharing by sharing their project progress, research direction and ideas, consult and listen to the professional advice from advisors, as well as learn and exchange mutually through the sharing of other teams. […]
The Presentation Skills Workshop was held on 10 April (Sat) from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm at Conference Hall 04 – 07, Phase 2, Hong Kong Science Park. We invited Mr. Calvin Lam to be the instructor, to introduce the keys of presentation and speaking skills. Participants actively interact with the instructor and follow the guidelines to practice different skills. It is believed that all participants have learnt a lot from the workshop, we hope that students could apply what they learnt not only to the competition, but also to the daily life.
Two sessions of the Experimental Design Workshops were held on 3 April (Sat) and 5 April (Mon) from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm respectively at the HKFYG Centre for Creative Science and Technology. Under the guidance of the instructor, participants could learn more about experimental design and conduct experiment base on different topics, and test their hypothesis. They were highly engaged and attentive in the workshop and worked as little scientists to finish the challenge. It is believed that the workshops could allow the participants to realize the importance of experiments in scientific research, learn more about the steps and […]