WSPC-ICAAS Most Outstanding Junior College Science Student Awards

The ICAAS Most Outstanding Junior College Science Student Award is presented annually to an outstanding junior college science student who has the best academic achievement in science, the best ability to explain scientific results, and the best attitude to address difficult problems and issues.

Award

The winner represents Singapore at the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) held annually in December in Stockholm, Sweden, in conjunction with the Nobel Prize Presentation Ceremony. The winner gets the opportunity to interact with other young scientific talents, visit Swedish science institutes, attend the Nobel lectures and participate in the Nobel festivities. The objectives are to stimulate interest in and enhance knowledge of scientific issues, and promote international understanding and friendship through such scientific and cultural exchange between students.

Sponsor

This award is sponsored by World Scientific Publishing Company.

Selection Process

The winner is selected in a two-round process. In the first round, the Ministry of Education shortlists about 20 qualified candidates. In the second round, a panel of eminent scientists and educators selects the final winner.

WSPC-ICAAS Most Outstanding Junior College Science Student Awardees

2016: Mr. Nan Zhihan (NUS High School of Mathematics and Science)
2015: Mr. Preston Ching Yi Jie (National Junior College)
2014: Ms. Tammy Lim Ting Yi (National Junior College)
2013: Mr. Byorn Tan Wei Liang (NUS High School of Mathematics and Science)
2012: Mr. Nol Swaddiwudhipong (Raffles Institution)
2011: Mr. Ng Qin Xiang (Anglo-Chinese School (Independent))
2010: Miss. Chua Lynn (NUS High School of Mathematics and Science) 
2009: Mr. Chen Fang Yew Nicholas (NUS High School of Mathematics and Science)
2008: Mr. Lau Kang Ruey Gregory (NUS High School of Mathematics and Science)
2007: Miss. Chang Nong Shin Amelia (Raffles Junior College)
2006: Miss. Ong Shu Ren Sarah (Raffles Junior College)
2005: Mr. Hong Wenxian (Raffles Junior College)
2004: <No award was given>
2003: Mr. Tan Hai Han (Hwa Chong Junior College)
2002: Miss. Cai Shan (Hwa Chong Junior College)
2001: Miss. Mok Yingting (Hwa Chong Junior College)
2000: Mr. Ouyang Yingkai (Hwa Chong Junior College)
1999: Mr. Chen Zilong (Raffles Junior College)