By chemical experiment in talent competition, 24-year-old pharmacist won the crown crown - Photo 1.

By chemical experiment in talent contest, 24-year-old pharmacist won the Miss crown


Most "talented" repertoire in beauty contests has caused viewers to play. She dances, she sings, she is more sophisticated to do magic.

However, a contestant from Virginia caused the audience and the jury to open their mouths for the … eye-catching chemical reaction on the stage.

After mixing the chemical solutions together carefully, Camille Schrier created an extremely interesting "Elephant Toothpaste" response and won the Miss Virginia title.

By chemical experiment in talent competition, 24-year-old pharmacist won the crown crown - Photo 2.

Being a biochemist, all day working only with chemicals, when asked why he chose to take beauty pageants, Camille said: "The development of Miss America competitions has made more difference and humanity, the awarding of scholarships to winners has inspired to stop participating in this year's exam."

"I'm not just Miss Virginia, I'm a biochemist looking for a career in the pharmaceutical industry."

By chemical experiment in talent competition, 24-year-old pharmacist won the crown crown - Photo 3.

In the process of selecting representatives for Miss America 2.0, the contestants have the option of showing who they are, not just a prom dress or a swimsuit. The website of the contest said Miss America is responsible for promoting gender equality, breaking the stereotypes imposed on women.

By chemical experiment in talent competition, 24-year-old pharmacist won the crown crown - Photo 4.

Camille will represent Virginia in the upcoming Miss America 2.0 competition. This beautiful and talented girl had two Bachelor's degrees in Science from Virginia Tech University on biochemistry and system biology, and Schrier is currently studying for a Doctorate in Pharmacy at the University of Virginia.

She chose to do a science experiment as a talent item because she wanted society to have a different perspective on women in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

By chemical experiment in talent competition, 24-year-old pharmacist won the crown crown - Photo 5.
By chemical experiment in talent competition, 24-year-old pharmacist won the crown crown - Photo 6.

Indeed, increasing awareness and encouraging women to participate in science and technology is important because the field is still dominated by men.

In fact, up to 81% of science and technology degrees in the United States belong to men, although the ability of women is not inferior. It seems that Camille's victory is also the victory for women in science and perhaps this girl will go far in her career.

According to B.P


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