International Brain Bee 2019 winners announced

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Student from China takes victory in 2019 International Brain Bee World Championship Seventeen-year-old Yidou Weng, representing China, placed first in the 2019 International Brain Bee (IBB) World Championship, a neuroscience competition for teenagers. This year, a record twenty-eight national/regional champions from all six continents traveled to Daegu, Korea, to compete in the IBB World Championship, which took place in Asia …

International Brain Bee 2019 in Daegu, South Korea

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The 21st edition of the International Brain Bee (IBB) World Championship will take place September 19-23, 2019 in Daegu, South Korea, in conjunction with the 10th World Congress of the International Brain Research Organization. Twenty-eight competitors, each representing their respective nations, will contend for the title of World Champion through a series of five events designed to test their knowledge …

The International Brain Bee Competition 2018 Winners

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Berlin, 8 July 2018. Today, eighteen-year-old Piotr Oleksy from Crakow (Poland) has won the International Brain Bee World Competition at Europe’s biggest brain research conference in Berlin. Twenty-five young finalists in the competition, aged between 13 and 18 from 25 countries, took part. The judges were all impressed by their knowledge of the most complex organ of all living beings: the human …

The International Brain Bee 2017 winners

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USA Student Wins World Neuroscience Competition Future neuroscientists from 25 countries around the world met in Washington, DC this week to compete in the nineteenth World Brain Bee Championship. The Brain Bee is a neuroscience competition for young students, 13 to 19 years of age. It was hosted by the American Psychological Association. The International Brain Bee President and Founder is Dr. Norbert Myslinski …

The International Brain Bee 2016 Winners

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In its eighteenth iteration, 2016 was a record-breaking year for the Brain Bee World Championship Neuroscience Competition, held from June 30 – July 4, 2016 in Copenhagen, hosted by the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) 10th Forum of Neuroscience. It was the largest program to date, engaging twenty-five student National Champion participants from all corners of the globe. For …

The International Brain Bee 2015

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16-year-old wins a ‘nail biting’ international neuroscience competition by only ‘half a mark’ in Queensland A Sydney girl has won an international neuroscience competition Jade Pham, 16, won by half a mark against her United States competitor She scored a total of 126 out of 150 in a five-part final held in Cairns Ms Pham says she will put her …

About the Brain Bee

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The  International Brain Bee World Championship is the highest level in the IBB Competition. Participation in the World Championship is reserved only for Regional Brain Bee Champions (or their runner-up if the Champion cannot make it), and is therefore a very distinguished event. Young men and women from all over the world compete to determine who has the “best brain” on such topics as intelligence, memory, emotions, stress, aging, sleep, neurological and psychological diseases …