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Open Laboratory action held in 30 countries

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Open Laboratory action held in 30 countries


10.02.2019

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The Open Laboratory educational action dated with the International Year of Mendeleev's Periodic Table took place in 30 countries on February 9. Everyone could answer 25 natural science questions prepared by Russian scientists. 

Educational Projects Laboratory organised the event with suport of Russian Scientifit Foundation, Alpina Non-Fiction, Skyeng English School, Science TV Channel and others. Rossotrudnichestvo supported all the events that took place abroad. 

The Open Laboratory educational action was held in English, French and some other foreign languages for the first time. Chemistry and biology quests were held at 300 spots as well as online. Participants had to do the test in 30 minutes. 

Questions related to the world or human subjects didn't required specific academic knowledges. It was more important to use logic and erudition. 
The Open Laboratory project was already marked with Science Dedication award by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and Ministry of Education. 

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