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The team “Rubikon” consisting of students from Voronezh and Moscow takes second place at the 2021 All-Russian Students' Tournament of Physicists

18.02.2021 13:24

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On 1 February, the team “Rubikon” consisting of students from Voronezh and Moscow universities was awarded with a first-degree diploma at the 2021 All-Russian Students' Tournament of Physicists. They took second place with 49.4 points. The winning team “Komanda Kharkiv” (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology) beat them with a narrow advantage: they got 49.6 points. This year the competition was held online.

The Students’ Tournament of Physicists is a team competition for students who are required to use their knowledge and creativity to solve practical science problems and then justify their decisions and solutions via scientific debate – the Physics Battles.

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