Youth Quiz "SCIENCE", the Nobel Prize and the theory of happiness
Youth Quiz "SCIENCE", the Nobel Prize and the theory of happiness.
Dear friends, participants in the Brussels Dialogue events,
2021 has been declared the Year of Science and Technology in Russia. For this significant event we have prepared a lot of interesting things for you!
Science, the Nobel Prize and the Theory of Happiness - how is it connected?
We invite you to take part in the Quiz "Science" and the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the life and scientific path of the genius Lev Landau, Nobel Prize winner and author of the theory of happiness.
You do not need to be a scientist or read all the volumes of the history of the world, read all school subjects and scientific journals to take part in the Quiz! The answers are always in the question and all you need is your imagination and wit.
You'll love it, you'll see, and every Quiz is always about discovering something new for yourself. You'll find yourself curious to explore new areas of life and topics you may not have known about before. And Academician Landau's "formula of happiness" may also open up new horizons in life.
And prizes await the winners of the Quiz!
Quiz leader: Daria LOYOLA, President of the Globe Association.
Experts: Ksenia TEPLYAKOVA, Director of the Centre for Social Initiatives at Moscow Pedagogical State University, head of the “Physics Lounge” project and Russian young scientists, researchers in the natural sciences.
You can take part in the Quiz with your friends in a team of up to 6 people, or apply individually. If you wish, we will put you in a team with other participants. The whole family is welcome to take part!
Quiz time: February 11 19:00 - 20:30 (CET)
Meeting with Russian young scientists, experiments and opening of the exhibition "The Formula for Happiness by Lev Landau": 18:00
Working language: English
Platform for the Quiz, questions from the moderator: Zoom
Platform for team discussion: Skype or any other online group video messenger. In countries where meetings are already allowed, you can get together at home or outdoors - as long as you have an internet connection!
The game is played in three rounds, with 4 questions in each round for a total of 12 questions.
Time for team discussion: 1 minute.
Preparation for the game: none.
Apply for the game, we are waiting for you!
Deadline: February 11 12:00 (CET)
Team Captains test game, if necessary: February 11 - 15:00 (CET)
For questions: firstname.lastname@example.org, Lukiana SUVOROVA, Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Brussels.