Popular Mechanics and the Department of Fundamental Physics and Chemical Engineering at Moscow State University have launched a festival of scientific, technological and engineering projects for university and school students.
The festival will involve two rounds of competition. The qualifying round will be held from Aug. 6 to Oct. 6. Participants must carry out tasks posed by faculty members of the MSU Department of Fundamental Physics and Chemical Engineering as well as Popular Mechanics magazine editors.
The finale will be held on Oct. 19, when the future engineers will present their most daring creative projects to the jury and compete for super prizes from the Dyson company, the festival partner.
Don’t miss the most important scientific and technological event of the year!