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GEORGIAN-AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL
299 projects participated in a new scientific grant competition announced to develop and promote innovative technology research. The competition had 36 Georgian and 8 foreign finalist projects.
This year is the third year when Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation under the Ministry organizes this competition, in which together with Georgian students, the students of Tukey, Ukraine and Armenia are presented.
Guram Muradashvili, 10th grade student of Georgian-American High School was awarded 2nd place for his invention a water device. He received a financial award of 3000 laris and a laptop computer from the organizers, and the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia awarded him with a personal computer.
Guram Muradashvili was also accepted to the science team of Georgian-American High School, which will represent Georgia in Lombok, Indonesia on Young Scientists’ International Conference in April 2003.