USUE begins Spring Intelligent Session 2015 project
Participants created dozens of 2D and 3D puzzles to test their erudition, skill, logic and care. Some tasks included releasing a hedgehog from a cell, attain snake cubes and collecting a four-part pyramid.
These tasks may seem silly and juvenile, but behind their apparent superficiality were intense brain tests; not every participant was able to complete the task.
Mikhail Fedorov, the rector of USUE, opened the event with a speech, in which he emphasized that such contests are important. He also discussed the important events that will take place in 2015: the 70th anniversary of the U.N., the 175th birthday of Tchaikovsky and the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory.
All of the participants received an energy boost as they improved their brains’ fitness.
The project was sponsored by funds from the Federal Agency for Youth Rosmolodezh.
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