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常外附属双语学校 | CBS学子在Brain Bee地区赛中喜获佳绩 CBS Student Won First Prize in IBBC

近日,2019年Brain Bee脑科学大赛地区赛落下帷幕。全国共有154所学校的1514名学生报名参加此次地区赛(含Junior组)。其中来自我校高二年级的郑苏芸同学喜获江苏赛区一等奖,顺利晋级全国赛。

The 2019 International Brain Bee Championship (IBBC) has come to an end. A total of 1514 students from 154 schools across the country signed up to participate in the competition. Among them, Zheng Suyun, a Grade 11 student from our school, won the first prize in Jiangsu division and will now progress to the national competition.

郑苏芸 G11B

郑苏芸同学在2019年1月5日举行的地区赛中,凭借丰富的知识储备,敏捷的反应速度,沉着的考场心态,最终在比赛中脱颖而出,喜得一等奖。

In the regional competition held on January 5, 2019, Zheng Suyun had intense competition, but finally won the championship. She had to demonstrate her knowledge of the brain through a series of general knowledge questions, identifying specific parts of the brain through microscope slides and analyzing MRI scans.



Brain Bee脑科学大赛以“普及脑科学知识、推动脑科学建设”为己任,再次祝贺郑苏芸同学在探索人类大脑上迈出的第一步,也希望她再接再厉,在全国赛中再创佳绩!

Brain Bee takes "popularizing the knowledge of brain science and promoting the construction of brain science" as its mission. Once again, CBS staff would like to congratulate Zheng Suyun on her first step in exploring the human brain. We wish her all the best to continue to achieve as she progresses from the regional to the national competition.


Brain Bee脑科学大赛(International Brain Bee Championship)发源于美国,是一项面向全球青少年的学科竞赛,旨在鼓励学生认识和探索人类大脑。大赛由美国心理学协会(American Psychological Association, APA)、欧洲神经科学学会(Federation of European Neuroscience Societies, FENS)、神经科学学会(Society of Neuroscience, SfN)、美国Dana基金会和国际脑学科研究组织(International Brain Research Organization, IBRO)联合主办。经过20年发展,目前Brain Bee在全球30多个国家拥有150多个分会。

The International Brain Bee Championship is an American competition that aims to encourage students to learn about and explore the human brain. The competition was organized by the American Psychological Association (APA), the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), and the Society of Neuroscience. (SfN), the Dana foundation and the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO). After 20 years of development, Brain Bee now has more than 150 chapters in more than 30 countries around the world.