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A team of young chemists from Serbia won four medals at the 48th International Chemistry Olympiad in Georgia Regardless of the intense competition from over 70 countries, the talented secondary school students from Serbia managed to bring medals to our country from the most prestigious international chemistry competition. The winner of the silver medal is Pavle Kravljanac, student of the First Belgrade Gymnasium, while the bronze medals were won by Andrej Kukuruzar, student of the High School Veljko Vlahović from Sombor, Stefan Stojanović, student of the Gymnasium in Leskovac and Jovan Stojković, student of the High School Bora Stanković from Vranje. The team of young chemists was headed by professors Dušan Sladić of the Faculty of Chemistry, University in Belgrade, and Niko Radulović of the Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, University of Niš. The talented students were selected after a series of competitions organized by the Serbian Chemical Society, while the final contest was the Serbian Chemistry Olympiad, organized yet again with the support of NIS. The team of young chemists was headed by professors Dušan Sladić of the Faculty of Chemistry, University in Belgrade, and Niko Radulović of the Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, University of Niš NIS invests in development of education and science, providing support for further development and participation of young talents in competitions though its corporate programme "Energy of Knowledge". Cooperation with the universities and scientific institutions is only a part of the socially responsible business operation of NIS, the company which thus invests in future, contributing, at the same time, to the development of science and education in Serbia.