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Swedish Prime Minister Visits Bronx Science

Tuesday, November 25, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Ben Austin
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Friday, Nov. 21 brought a visit to the Bronx High School of Science from the Prime Minister of Sweden, Stefan Löfven. Sweden is interested, as are many around the world, as to how our humble brick building in the Bronx has produced so many capable scientists, engineers, and public figures in the arts and letters.

And of course as a country that awards the Nobel Prize, the Swedes appreciate that Bronx Science has generated more Nobelists than any other secondary school on the planet. 
 

 

Pictured are four current Bronx Science students with Prime Minister Löfven and Principal Dr. Jean Donahue ('77).  Left-to-right: Vanessa Lim, Erik Tiersten Nyman, Prime Minister Löfven, Aidan Landauer, Principal Jean Donahue ('77) and Kyle Chong. 

 



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