Polish students won a brilliant tournament.  The third gold medal in a row

The winning group of young scientists are members Phoenix Science Club, Pawel Ptaszek, Jacob Sopon, Maximilian Ojila, Simon Markiewicz and Malwina Gorska. Over the course of a year, with the help of their teachers, they solved 17 physics problems.

Based on their own experiences, they had to develop an appropriate explanation for physical phenomena. This year’s version included an answer to the question about how long it takes to be on the side of the road to stop a moving object or why the water stream bends after passing through an inclined screen. as they say They spent about 500 hours working on each questionWhich consists of experiments and theoretical predictions.

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