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DSTU scientists get golden and bronze medals for their developments at Tokyo forum

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DSTU scientists get golden and bronze medals for their developments at Tokyo forum


Vlad2000Plus//wikimedia.orgScientists from Don State Technical University (DSTU) gained medals and prizes for their developments at International Exhibition for Young Inventors held in Tokyo, as per Russian Ministry of Education.

The scientists got the gold medal for presenting new optical interference measurement means for testing construction materials and devices. Besides, Russian scientists presented a prototype of anti-heat equipment for safeguards, which was acknowledged by the contest jury as very promising and received the bronze medal.

Members of delegation from Don University were very satisfied remarking that participation in this prestigious forum facilitated promotion of DSTU brand. Moreover, university workers managed to acquire contacts with colleagues from other countries and attract attention of industrial companies and investors from Japan and other countries interested in Russian scientific developments.

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