Results of the Crystal Growing Competition 2020 in the South of Vietnam

In the framework of the project “Development of training programs in the field of Molecular Science and Materials in the direction of research (MOMA project) sponsored by the European Community (Foundation Erasmus +), the contest” CRYSTAL GROWING COMPETITION IN CUU LONG DELTA- 2020” is closed after more than 05 months of implementation and receiving contest products. The Organizing Committee of the Faculty of Natural Science, Can Tho University has received 47 crystals and 06 video clips from 12 high schools in the region such as Can Tho, Hau Giang, Ben Tre, Dong Thap, Vinh Long and TP. Ho Chi Minh.








Products from the authors/group sent to the Organizing Committee







The evaluation board conducts the evaluation of the products







Chairman of Evaluation Council – Dr. Luong Thi Kim Nga highly appreciated the products







Some pictures of the products

On November 26, 2020, the Evaluation Committee met and agreed on the results of the project in the two project categories as follows:

1. Single crystal: Based on the standard evaluation of the volume, clarity, contour, and shape of the crystal, the Assessment Council selected 03 contest products to win the first, second and third prizes of the group of authors/authors belonging to Thot Not High School and Can Tho University, with 07 consolation prizes.







Award-winning products

2. Video clip: Based on the criteria of product quality, presentation content, as well as the message of the author’s group, the Assessment Council selected 01 best video clip to award the first prize of the author’s group Canadian International School System. (Bilingual), Ho Chi Minh city and 01 Third Prize of the author’s group of Trung Vuong secondary – high School, Vinh Long city.









The video clip product won First Prize “The Corals” (image from the video clip)

With the message “Arouse the passion for science from adolescence through experience activities – creation and practice of teamwork skills“, the Crystal Growing Competition  in the South Vietnam 2020 was a great success. With the support of the MOMA project and the enthusiastic support of the authors/authors from many parts of the region, the competition “Vietnam Crystal Culture Competition – 2021” continued, deployed and expanded nationwide under the management and organization of the MOMA project member units. The competition is a playground, where annual skills are trained for all young people who are passionate about science, and creative aspirations from all universities and high schools across the country.