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Open Lab Science Quest is available for people from 20 countries

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Open Lab Science Quest is available for people from 20 countries


11.01.2018

VkontaktePeople from 20 countries have joined the Open Lab Science Quest. Namesake company has organized the event. Russian Ministry of Education and Science and Russian Academy of Sciences supported the event, TASS informs.

The Lab to take place on February 10 for the second time. This year's action has widen its borders. This year people from Germany, France; Spain, Great Britain, Kazakhstan and China will take part in the action. Hundreds of spots in institutions, libraries and museums all over Russia are open. It will be also possible to execute tasks without leaving the house, they are available on the internet.

During the Open Lab Science Quest participants will answer questions, related to basic life aspects. Physics, chemistry, biology and astronomy and also crossword puzzle are now included in the quest.

More information possible to receive on the action website.

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