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Russian high school students won 9 awards at the Intel ISEF

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Russian high school students won 9 awards at the Intel ISEF


21.05.2018

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Russian high school students won 9 awards during the International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) contest in Pittsburg, USA, Ministry of Education and Science informs on the Facebook page. 

About 1000 participants from hundreds countries came to compete in contest that has concluded at the end of last week. Intel ISEF is unofficially called 'Small Nobel' since more than 20 future Nobel laureates were the winners of this competition. 

Russian Ministry of Education and Science reported that Russian participants received prizes in various fields, from robotics technology to chemistry. 

According to the rules, students around the globe have to present to the jury original research projects that might have potential impact on the human activity. After the contest, about 30% of participants get inventor's certificates and patents. 

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