In the 26th National Teenagers’ Science and Technology Innovation Contest, Li Tianyu, a Senior Three from Class One, won the second place. She became the first to win the “Scientist to Be” Award in Zhejiang Province . Her paper discusses how rhamnolipids suppress Fusarium wilt in watermelons. Later she will represent Chinese teenagers to attend London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) along with six other contestants. Because of this award, Li has become a recommended candidate for University admissions.