Taiwan’s Young Inventors Grabbed 7 Gold at the 13th IEYI
The 13th International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEYI) was held at Nagoya, Japan from July 27th to 29that Nagoya International Exhibition Hall. The organizer is Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation.
The International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEYI) is for 6 to 19 years old, focusing the innovation and creativity of children and teenager. The categories are “Green Technology” and “Technology for Special Needs” “Education & Recreation” “Foods & Agriculture” “Safety and Health” “Disaster and prevention”. This event this year is held by International Teenage Competition and Communication Center, China Committee of IEYI and IFIP Secretariat Team. This year, 35 teams from Taiwan were selected after preliminary and final selection. Prof. Hong Jon Chao have long been dedicating on training primary and secondary school teachers while encouraging the parents to support their children. After all the contests and practicing, the team members are well prepared and can present their ideas in English fluently.
A total of 129 pieces of work are presented this year, and we grabbed 7 gold, 9 silver and 13bronze medal. 83% of the team were awarded and this is the highest award winning rate among all countries.