Tamaulipas pride! Student Wins Gold Medal at International Science Fair 


The Technological Studies Center for Industrial and Services No. 109 of Ciudad Madero announced the outstanding participation of one of its students in the Media career in an international competition, achieving a gold medal at the Science Fair in Indonesia. 

The future communicologist, Michelle Sánchez Grajales, who studies at CETis 109, has achieved an extraordinary achievement on the international science scene by obtaining two international medals in a single year. 

The educational institution in the south of Tamaulipas recognized its participation in the recent Science Fair: World Science, Environment and Engineering Competition (WSEEC) 2023, organized by the Indonesian Young Scientist Association (IYSA) in Jakarta, Indonesia, held from 1 to 5 August. 

Her innovative project, “FunyTiX-Fun Augmented STEAM”, has made a significant impact. In this competition, which had participants from 22 countries, Michelle stood out with her proposal aimed at strengthening and promoting creativity and inventiveness in children through the use of augmented and virtual reality, Cetis 109 reported on its networks. social. 

Michelle Sánchez Grajales received several notable recognitions during the event in Indonesia, including: 

The Gold Medal 

IYSA Special Award 

IYSA Grand Award 

The Best Presentation 

The Media student will now have the honor of representing Mexico at the World Invention Competition and Exhibition (WICE) 2024, which will take place in Malaysia. In addition, her project has been selected to be presented at the International Forum of Inventors Talk, an extraordinary opportunity to expose her work in front of all the participants and supervisors of the WSEEC, detailed the Technological Studies Center for Industrial and Services in southern Tamaulipas. 

  Source: Milenio