Singapore's most outstanding science student 2012
18-year-old Nol Swaddiwudhipong from Raffles Institution has emerged as Singapore's most outstanding science student for 2012.
He was also the winner of the World Scientific Publishing Company-Imperial College Alumni Association of Singapore (WSPC-ICAAS) Most Outstanding Junior College Science Student Award.
Nol will represent Singapore at the 2012 Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) from 4 to11 December.
Only 23 of the world's brightest young scientists will be present at this year's seminar.
The SIYSS is an annual event held as part of the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm.
Nol, who'll attend the Nobel Prize ceremony, will have the opportunity to meet Nobel laureates and share his research work with participants at the seminar.
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