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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7E7ZR
April 19, 2020
Mathematics teacher Roshan Raj Tui Tui records his session on Bhadagaun television channel for students...
Bhaktapur, Nepal
The spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Bhaktapur
Mathematics teacher Roshan Raj Tui Tui records his session on Bhadagaun television channel for students preparing for their Secondary Education Examination during the twenty-seventh day of the lockdown imposed by the government amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Bagiswori Secondary School in Bhaktapur, Nepal April 19, 2020. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7E7ZQ
April 19, 2020
Mathematics teacher Roshan Raj Tui Tui records his session on Bhadagaun television channel for students...
Bhaktapur, Nepal
The spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Bhaktapur
Mathematics teacher Roshan Raj Tui Tui records his session on Bhadagaun television channel for students preparing for their Secondary Education Examination during the twenty-seventh day of the lockdown imposed by the government amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Bagiswori Secondary School in Bhaktapur, Nepal April 19, 2020. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7E7ZP
April 19, 2020
Mathematics teacher Roshan Raj Tui Tui records his session on Bhadagaun television channel for students...
Bhaktapur, Nepal
The spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Bhaktapur
Mathematics teacher Roshan Raj Tui Tui records his session on Bhadagaun television channel for students preparing for their Secondary Education Examination during the twenty-seventh day of the lockdown imposed by the government amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Bagiswori Secondary School in Bhaktapur, Nepal April 19, 2020. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
FRANCE-MACRON/UNIVERSITY
RTX3I5DB
October 25, 2017
President of the University Paris-Sud Sylvie Retailleau (L) and French President Emmanuel Macron (3rdR)...
ORSAY, France
President of the University Paris-Sud Sylvie Retailleau and French President Emmanuel Macron inaugurate...
President of the University Paris-Sud Sylvie Retailleau (L) and French President Emmanuel Macron (3rdR) inaugurate the Institute of Mathematics of Orsay as French High Education and Research Minister Frederique Vidal (2ndR) and Ile de France region president Valerie Pecresse (R) look on in Orsay, near Paris, near Paris, France, October 25, 2017. REUTERS/Etienne Laurent/Pool
FRANCE-MACRON/UNIVERSITY
RTX3I5C0
October 25, 2017
French mathematician and La Republique En Marche parliament member Cedric Villani (C) speaks with guests...
ORSAY, France
French mathematician and La Republique En Marche parliament member Cedric Villani speaks with guests...
French mathematician and La Republique En Marche parliament member Cedric Villani (C) speaks with guests ahead of the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron (unseen) about higher education, research and innovation at the Institute of Mathematics in Orsay, near Paris, France, October 25, 2017. REUTERS/Etienne Laurent/Pool
FRANCE-MACRON/UNIVERSITY
RTX3I5BX
October 25, 2017
French President Emmanuel Macron (C) arrives for the inauguration of the Institute of Mathematics of...
ORSAY, France
French President Emmanuel Macron attends the inauguration of the Institute of Mathematics of Orsay near...
French President Emmanuel Macron (C) arrives for the inauguration of the Institute of Mathematics of Orsay with President of the University Paris-Sud Sylvie Retailleau (2ndL) and French High Education and Research Minister Frederique Vidal (2ndR) in Orsay, near Paris, France, October 25, 2017. REUTERS/Etienne Laurent/Pool
FRANCE-MACRON/UNIVERSITY
RTX3I5BT
October 25, 2017
French President Emmanuel Macron attends for the inauguration of the Institute of Mathematics of Orsay...
ORSAY, France
French President Emmanuel Macron attends for the inauguration of the Institute of Mathematics of Orsay...
French President Emmanuel Macron attends for the inauguration of the Institute of Mathematics of Orsay with French High Education and Research Minister Frederique Vidal (3ndR) and Ile de France region president Valerie Pecresse (L) in Orsay, near Paris, France, October 25, 2017. REUTERS/Etienne Laurent/Pool
FRANCE-MACRON/UNIVERSITY
RTX3I5AJ
October 25, 2017
Ile de France region president Valerie Pecresse (L) speaks with guests ahead of the visit of French President...
ORSAY, France
Ile de France region president Valerie Pecresse speaks with guests during a visit at the Institute of...
Ile de France region president Valerie Pecresse (L) speaks with guests ahead of the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron (unseen) about higher education, research and innovation at the Institute of Mathematics in Orsay, near Paris, France, October 25, 2017. REUTERS/Etienne Laurent/Pool
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSG
February 04, 2016
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk...
Divnogorsk, Russia
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk...
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSF
February 04, 2016
Teacher Anastasiya Trifonova and children wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin...
Divnogorsk, Russia
Teacher and children wear face masks during a math lesson in Divnogorsk
Teacher Anastasiya Trifonova and children wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSE
February 04, 2016
Teacher Anastasiya Trifonova and a girl wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin...
Divnogorsk, Russia
A teacher and a girl wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town...
Teacher Anastasiya Trifonova and a girl wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSB
February 04, 2016
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk...
Divnogorsk, Russia
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk...
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
TECH-CES/
RTX21L7D
January 08, 2016
Kevin Lee, a project engineer with XYZ Printing, displays 3D-printed drones during the 2016 CES trade...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Kevin Lee, a project engineer with XYZ Printing, displays 3D-printed drones during the 2016 CES trade...
Kevin Lee, a project engineer with XYZ Printing, displays 3D-printed drones during the 2016 CES trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 8, 2016. The drones are part of the company's STREAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) program that provides 3D printing educational programs to educators. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
USA-OBAMA/MEDALS
RTX1VP9Z
November 25, 2015
U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to NASA mathematician Katherine...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to NASA mathematician Katherine...
U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to NASA mathematician Katherine G. Johnson during an event in the East Room of the White House in Washington November 24, 2015. Johnson is a pioneer in American space history. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
USA-OBAMA/MEDALS
RTX1VP9Y
November 25, 2015
U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to NASA mathematician Katherine...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to NASA mathematician Katherine...
U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to NASA mathematician Katherine G. Johnson during an event in the East Room of the White House in Washington November 24, 2015. Johnson is a pioneer in American space history. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTS53NT
October 19, 2015
Geometry instruments are pictured inside a school in a rebel-controlled area of the eastern Ghouta of...
Damascus, Syria
Geometry instruments are pictured inside a school in a rebel-controlled area of the eastern Ghouta of...
Geometry instruments are pictured inside a school in a rebel-controlled area of the eastern Ghouta of Damascus, Syria October 19, 2015. The new school year in eastern Ghouta of Damascus was postponed several time this year due to airstrikes by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on the area in the last weeks, activists said. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh
 URUGUAY-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTS1AW6
September 16, 2015
Students use mathematics to plant potatoes with their teacher, Ana Dorrego at the Agustin Ferreira farm...
Montevideo, Uruguay
Students use mathematics to plant potatoes with their teacher at the Agustin Ferreira farm school near...
Students use mathematics to plant potatoes with their teacher, Ana Dorrego at the Agustin Ferreira farm school near Minas city, in the northeast of Montevideo, September 15, 2015. The school has 12 students aged 4 to 11, with only one teacher, and incorporates activities such as milking a cow, planting vegetables and cooking to improve the education of the children. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
RUSSIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4O7HW
February 04, 2015
Three women are seen through a giant kaleidoscope as they look inside, as the exhibit is on display to...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Three women look inside a kaleidoscope at an interactive museum of science in Krasnoyarsk
Three women are seen through a giant kaleidoscope as they look inside, as the exhibit is on display to demonstrate the geometric effect of filling space with equal triangles at the "Newton Park" interactive museum of science, during preparations for a performance for school children dedicated to the Russian Day of Science at the Museum Centre in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, February 4, 2015. A group of young engineers, scientists and researchers, who specialize in chemistry, applied mathematics and physics, founded an interactive museum of science to conduct experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences for pupils and their parents. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4O7H8
February 04, 2015
Ivan Timofeenko, co-founder of the "Newton Park" interactive museum of science, demonstrates the so-called...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Ivan Timofeenko, co-founder of the "Newton Park" interactive museum of science, demonstrates the so-called...
Ivan Timofeenko, co-founder of the "Newton Park" interactive museum of science, demonstrates the so-called Mirror Box, which produces various combinations of reflections creating volumetric geometric figures, during preparations for a performance for school children dedicated to the Russian Day of Science at the Museum Centre in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, February 4, 2015. A group of young engineers, scientists and researchers, who specialize in chemistry, applied mathematics and physics, founded an interactive museum of science to conduct experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences for pupils and their parents. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY EDUCATION SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTR449RK
August 29, 2014
Fail Gubaidulin, an engineer-physicist and a member of the "Newton Park" interactive museum of science,...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A member of "Newton Park" demonstrates the effect of a Tesla Coil during a performance for school children...
Fail Gubaidulin, an engineer-physicist and a member of the "Newton Park" interactive museum of science, demonstrates the effect of a Tesla Coil with a lamp that is lit by the electromagnetic field generated by the coil during a performance for school children at the Museum Centre in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, August 29, 2014, several days before the beginning of a new academic year. A group of young engineers, scientists and researchers, who specialize in chemistry, applied mathematics and physics, founded an interactive museum of science to conduct experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences for the pupils and their parents. Picture taken with a long exposure. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENCE/
RTR449E3
August 29, 2014
A participant experiences the effect of air pressure during a performance for school children organized...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A participant experiences the effect of air pressure during a performance by the "Newton Park" interactive...
A participant experiences the effect of air pressure during a performance for school children organized by members of the "Newton Park" interactive museum of science at the Museum Centre in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, August 29, 2014, several days before the beginning of a new academic year. A group of young engineers, scientists and researchers, who specialize in chemistry, applied mathematics and physics, founded an interactive museum of science to conduct experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences for the pupils and their parents. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BULGARIA/
RTX17O0J
January 21, 2014
Syrian refugee children attend a math class at a refugee centre in the town of Harmanli, some 250 km...
HARMANLI, Bulgaria
Syrian refugee children attend a math class at a refugee centre in Harmanli
Syrian refugee children attend a math class at a refugee centre in the town of Harmanli, some 250 km (155 miles) southeast of Sofia January 21, 2014. The Bulgarian army has started to build 30-km long fencing at the border with Turkey to prevent an influx of illegal immigrants, mainly asylum seekers from Syria, according to local media. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS EDUCATION)
TECH-INVISIBILITY/
RTX16TYK
December 25, 2013
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) School of Physical and Mathematical Science researcher Zhang Baile...
Singapore, Singapore
Singapore researcher demonstrates invisibility cloak at Nanyang University of Singapore
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) School of Physical and Mathematical Science researcher Zhang Baile shows how light passes through a set of carefully angled glass blocks to render an object invisible as he talks to the media about his research at NTU in Singapore November 7, 2013. While the holy grail of metamaterials is still to make objects and people invisible to the eye, they are set to have a more tangible commercial impact playing more mundane roles - from satellite antennas to wirelessly charging cellphones. Metamaterials are simply materials that exhibit properties not found in nature, such as the way they absorb or reflect light. By assembling the material - from photonic crystals to wire and foam - at a scale smaller than the length of the wave you're seeking to manipulate, the wave can, in theory, be bent to will. This makes metamaterials the tool of choice for scientists racing to build all sorts of wave-cloaking devices, including the so-called invisibility cloak - a cover to render whatever's inside effectively invisible by bending light waves around it. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
OECD-EDUCATION/
RTX16269
December 03, 2013
French Education Minister Vincent Peillon speaks during a news conference about the PISA 2012 study results...
Paris, France
French Education Minister Peillon speaks during a news conference about the PISA 2012 study results at...
French Education Minister Vincent Peillon speaks during a news conference about the PISA 2012 study results at the Ministry in Paris December 3, 2013. With a special focus on mathematics, the latest Programme in International Student Assessment (PISA) tested the maths, reading and science knowledge of some 510,000 15-year-olds last year. Released on Tuesday, the study said schools in East Asian countries dominated the league table. With Shanghai at the top, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei, Korea, Macao and Japan also won high marks for mathematics, reading and science. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
OECD-EDUCATION/
RTX16268
December 03, 2013
French Education Minister Vincent Peillon speaks during a news conference about the PISA 2012 study results...
Paris, France
French Education Minister Peillon speaks during a news conference about the PISA 2012 study results at...
French Education Minister Vincent Peillon speaks during a news conference about the PISA 2012 study results at the Ministry in Paris December 3, 2013. With a special focus on mathematics, the latest Programme in International Student Assessment (PISA) tested the maths, reading and science knowledge of some 510,000 15-year-olds last year. Released on Tuesday, the study said schools in East Asian countries dominated the league table. With Shanghai at the top, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei, Korea, Macao and Japan also won high marks for mathematics, reading and science. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MDY
October 24, 2013
Judit Polgar (unseen), the best female chess player in the world, shows her Chessplayground iPad application...
Budapest, Hungary
Polgar shows her Chessplayground iPad application to children in Budapest
Judit Polgar (unseen), the best female chess player in the world, shows her Chessplayground iPad application to children at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses her Chess Palace teaching programme, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013.REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MDS
October 24, 2013
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, shows her Chessplayground iPad application to...
Budapest, Hungary
Polgar shows her Chessplayground iPad application to children in Budapest
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, shows her Chessplayground iPad application to children at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses her Chess Palace teaching programme, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013.REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MDP
October 24, 2013
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, talks with children at the Dezso Lemhenyi school,...
Budapest, Hungary
Polgar talks with children at the Dezso Lemhenyi school in Budapest
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, talks with children at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses her new Chess Palace teaching programme, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MDL
October 24, 2013
A boy holds a textbook of the Chess Palace teaching programme, developed by Judit Polgar, the best female...
Budapest, Hungary
A boy holds a textbook of the Chess Palace teaching programme in Budapest
A boy holds a textbook of the Chess Palace teaching programme, developed by Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, at the Dezso Lemhenyi school in Budapest October 15,2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MDC
October 24, 2013
Children raise their hands during a presentation for visiting teachers at the Dezso Lemhenyi school,...
Budapest, Hungary
Children raise their hands during a presentation for visiting teachers at the Dezso Lemhenyi school in...
Children raise their hands during a presentation for visiting teachers at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new Chess Palace teaching programme of the world's best female chess player Judit Polgar, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MD3
October 24, 2013
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, autographs her photo for a student at the Dezso...
Budapest, Hungary
Polgar autographs her photo for a student at the Dezso Lemhenyi school in Budapest
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, autographs her photo for a student at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses her new Chess Palace teaching programme, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013.
REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MCZ
October 24, 2013
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, displays her book at the Dezso Lemhenyi school,...
Budapest, Hungary
Polgar displays her book at the Dezso Lemhenyi school in Budapest
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, displays her book at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses her new Chess Palace teaching programme, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MCW
October 24, 2013
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, displays her book at the Dezso Lemhenyi school,...
Budapest, Hungary
Polgar displays her book at the Dezso Lemhenyi school in Budapest
Judit Polgar, the best female chess player in the world, displays her book at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses her new Chess Palace teaching programme, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MCT
October 24, 2013
Children play chess in a classroom at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new Chess Palace teaching...
Budapest, Hungary
Children play chess in a classroom at the Dezso Lemhenyi school in Budapest
Children play chess in a classroom at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new Chess Palace teaching programme of the world's best female chess player Judit Polgar, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MCQ
October 24, 2013
Children play chess at a classroom in the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new Chess Palace teaching...
Budapest, Hungary
Children play chess at a classroom in the Dezso Lemhenyi school in Budapest
Children play chess at a classroom in the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new Chess Palace teaching programme of the world's best female chess player Judit Polgar, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013.REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MCN
October 24, 2013
A boy sticks the picture of a chess piece to the board during a lesson at the Dezso Lemhenyi school,...
Budapest, Hungary
A boy sticks the picture of a chess piece to the board during a lesson which uses the new Chess Palace...
A boy sticks the picture of a chess piece to the board during a lesson at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new Chess Palace teaching programme of the world's best female chess player Judit Polgar, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. Picture taken October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MCC
October 24, 2013
A girl holds a chess piece during a lesson at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new Chess Palace...
Budapest, Hungary
A girl holds a chess piece during a lesson using the new Chess Palace teaching programme in Budapest
A girl holds a chess piece during a lesson at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new Chess Palace teaching programme of the world's best female chess player Judit Polgar, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY/CHESS
RTX14MC0
October 24, 2013
Children use a "chess dice" during a lesson at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new "Chess Palace"...
Budapest, Hungary
Children use a "chess dice" during a lesson using the new "Chess Palace" teaching programme in Budapest...
Children use a "chess dice" during a lesson at the Dezso Lemhenyi school, which uses the new "Chess Palace" teaching programme of the world's best female chess player Judit Polgar, in Budapest October 15, 2013. With names like Jumpy Horse, Boom Rook and Tiny Pawn, pieces in the Chess Palace come to life and are like close friends who guide the children through difficult school subjects. They range in size from 1 cm (under half an inch) tall to a meter (three feet) in height. Chairs, walls and carpets also sport chess motifs. The pieces, whose combinations and moves represent mathematical, linguistic or musical patterns, help children develop their skills in chess and in their school studies while making the learning process a more joyous exercise. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SPORT CHESS EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SOUTHSUDAN/
RTX10JKJ
June 11, 2013
Dwanya James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1, 2012....
Juba, South Sudan
James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba
Dwanya James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SOUTHSUDAN/
RTX10JK4
June 11, 2013
Dwanya James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1, 2012....
Juba, South Sudan
James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba
Dwanya James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SOUTHSUDAN/
RTX10JHG
June 11, 2013
Madelina Ceaser teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1,...
Juba, South Sudan
Ceaser teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba
Madelina Ceaser teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
IRAQ-CHILDREN
RTXZNJZ
May 15, 2013
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29,...
Baghdad, Iraq
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29, 2013. Sahira Abdullateef Mustafa, whose daughter Hiba had Down's syndrome, created the non-profit Hibato Allah Centre in 1993 in the Iraqi capital's Yarmouk neighbourhood. The centre is named after Hiba who died in 2007 from a heart defect when she was just 24-years-old. In addition to classes in reading, mathematics, handwriting, computer skills and English, children are also taught skills like how to take a shower, take a bus and cross the street. Mustafa said the number of children using the centre had grown from 25 in 1996 to 150 by 2002, although that figure has dropped to just 60 since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of the country. Picture taken April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
IRAQ-CHILDREN
RTXZNJX
May 15, 2013
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29,...
Baghdad, Iraq
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29, 2013. Sahira Abdullateef Mustafa, whose daughter Hiba had Down's syndrome, created the non-profit Hibato Allah Centre in 1993 in the Iraqi capital's Yarmouk neighbourhood. The centre is named after Hiba who died in 2007 from a heart defect when she was just 24-years-old. In addition to classes in reading, mathematics, handwriting, computer skills and English, children are also taught skills like how to take a shower, take a bus and cross the street. Mustafa said the number of children using the centre had grown from 25 in 1996 to 150 by 2002, although that figure has dropped to just 60 since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of the country. Picture taken April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
IRAQ-CHILDREN
RTXZNJW
May 15, 2013
Students with Down's syndrome have their meals in their classroom in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad,...
Baghdad, Iraq
Students with Down's syndrome have their meals in their classroom in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad...
Students with Down's syndrome have their meals in their classroom in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29, 2013. Sahira Abdullateef Mustafa, whose daughter Hiba had Down's syndrome, created the non-profit Hibato Allah Centre in 1993 in the Iraqi capital's Yarmouk neighbourhood. The centre is named after Hiba who died in 2007 from a heart defect when she was just 24-years-old. In addition to classes in reading, mathematics, handwriting, computer skills and English, children are also taught skills like how to take a shower, take a bus and cross the street. Mustafa said the number of children using the centre had grown from 25 in 1996 to 150 by 2002, although that figure has dropped to just 60 since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of the country. Picture taken April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
IRAQ-CHILDREN
RTXZNJV
May 15, 2013
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29,...
Baghdad, Iraq
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad
Students with Down's syndrome attend a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29, 2013. Sahira Abdullateef Mustafa, whose daughter Hiba had Down's syndrome, created the non-profit Hibato Allah Centre in 1993 in the Iraqi capital's Yarmouk neighbourhood. The centre is named after Hiba who died in 2007 from a heart defect when she was just 24-years-old. In addition to classes in reading, mathematics, handwriting, computer skills and English, children are also taught skills like how to take a shower, take a bus and cross the street. Mustafa said the number of children using the centre had grown from 25 in 1996 to 150 by 2002, although that figure has dropped to just 60 since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of the country. Picture taken April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
IRAQ-CHILDREN
RTXZNJS
May 15, 2013
A student with Down's syndrome attends a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29,...
Baghdad, Iraq
A student with Down's syndrome attends a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad
A student with Down's syndrome attends a special class in the Hibato Allah Centre in Baghdad, April 29, 2013. Sahira Abdullateef Mustafa, whose daughter Hiba had Down's syndrome, created the non-profit Hibato Allah Centre in 1993 in the Iraqi capital's Yarmouk neighbourhood. The centre is named after Hiba who died in 2007 from a heart defect when she was just 24-years-old. In addition to classes in reading, mathematics, handwriting, computer skills and English, children are also taught skills like how to take a shower, take a bus and cross the street. Mustafa said the number of children using the centre had grown from 25 in 1996 to 150 by 2002, although that figure has dropped to just 60 since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of the country. Picture taken April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTXYSFU
April 19, 2013
A visitor studies the structure of soap film on the first day of the "Mathematik Zum Anfassen" exhibition...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A visitor studies the structure of soap film at an exhibition in Krasnoyarsk
A visitor studies the structure of soap film on the first day of the "Mathematik Zum Anfassen" exhibition at the Museum Centre in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, April 19, 2013. The exhibition, which had already been demonstrated in many countries of Europe, America and Asia, is dedicated to mathematics, aiming to show children and grown-ups how maths is used in everyday life in an entertaining way, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA/
RTXYSFS
April 19, 2013
A visitor studies the structure of soap film on the first day of the "Mathematik Zum Anfassen" exhibition...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A visitor studies the structure of soap film at an exhibition in Krasnoyarsk
A visitor studies the structure of soap film on the first day of the "Mathematik Zum Anfassen" exhibition at the Museum Centre in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, April 19, 2013. The exhibition, which had already been demonstrated in many countries of Europe, America and Asia, is dedicated to mathematics, aiming to show children and grown-ups how maths is used in everyday life in an entertaining way, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOUW
November 21, 2012
University students Ivan Timofeenko (R) and Pavel Pankin demonstrate the effect produced by liquid nitrogen...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
University students Timofeenko and Pankin demonstrate effect produced by liquid nitrogen in front of...
University students Ivan Timofeenko (R) and Pavel Pankin demonstrate the effect produced by liquid nitrogen in front of students during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Timofeenko and Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOUT
November 21, 2012
Pupils watch the effect produced by liquid nitrogen during a demonstration at a local grammar school...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Pupils watch effect produced by liquid nitrogen during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's...
Pupils watch the effect produced by liquid nitrogen during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Ivan Timofeenko and Pavel Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOUQ
November 21, 2012
Pupils freeze roses in a bowl of liquid nitrogen during a demonstration at a local grammar school in...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Pupils freeze roses in a bowl of liquid nitrogen during a demonstration at a local grammar school in...
Pupils freeze roses in a bowl of liquid nitrogen during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Ivan Timofeenko and Pavel Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOUP
November 21, 2012
Students touch liquid nitrogen and watch the effect produced during a demonstration lesson at a local...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Students touch liquid nitrogen and watch effect produced during a demonstration lesson at a local grammar...
Students touch liquid nitrogen and watch the effect produced during a demonstration lesson at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Ivan Timofeenko and Pavel Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOUK
November 21, 2012
Students Ivan Timofeenko (L) and Pavel Pankin hold a flask to show the effect produced by the ignition...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Students Timofeenko and Pankin hold flask to show effect produced by ignition of chrome oxide in Ammonium...
Students Ivan Timofeenko (L) and Pavel Pankin hold a flask to show the effect produced by the ignition of chrome oxide in Ammonium steams during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Timofeenko and Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOUJ
November 21, 2012
Students watch a burning model of a volcano, made of Ammonium Bichromate powder and set alight, during...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Students watch burning model of volcano, made of Ammonium Bichromate powder and set alight, during demonstration...
Students watch a burning model of a volcano, made of Ammonium Bichromate powder and set alight, during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Ivan Timofeenko and Pavel Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOUF
November 21, 2012
Students watch a burning model of a volcano, made of Ammonium Bichromate powder and set alight, during...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Students watch burning model of volcano, made of Ammonium Bichromate powder and set alight, during a...
Students watch a burning model of a volcano, made of Ammonium Bichromate powder and set alight, during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Ivan Timofeenko and Pavel Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOUD
November 21, 2012
Students watch the effect produced by the ignition of paraffin heated up to 400 degrees Celsius (752...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Students watch effect produced by ignition of paraffin heated up to 400 degrees Celsius after contact...
Students watch the effect produced by the ignition of paraffin heated up to 400 degrees Celsius (752 degrees Fahrenheit) after contact with water during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Ivan Timofeenko and Pavel Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOU8
November 21, 2012
Students look at a flask while watching the effect produced by the ignition of chrome oxide in Ammonium...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Students look at flask while watching effect produced by ignition of chrome oxide in Ammonium steams...
Students look at a flask while watching the effect produced by the ignition of chrome oxide in Ammonium steams during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Ivan Timofeenko and Pavel Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3AOU7
November 21, 2012
A combination photo shows a student freezing a rose in a bowl with nitrogen liquid and breaking it up...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Combination photo shows student freezing rose in bowl with nitrogen liquid and breaking it up into pieces...
A combination photo shows a student freezing a rose in a bowl with nitrogen liquid and breaking it up into pieces on a classmate's hand during a demonstration at a local grammar school in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 21, 2012. Ivan Timofeenko and Pavel Pankin, students from the Siberian Federal University, specialize in applied mathematics and physics and have conducted experiments aimed at the popularization of the exact sciences, for the pupils of the 7th grade at the "Universe" grammar school. Demonstrative and spectacular lessons, dedicated to chemical, physical, chemical-biological and physical-chemical experiments, are expected to be held at 10 comprehensive schools of Krasnoyarsk in order to select most talented and enthusiastic schoolchildren for facultative training at the university starting from February 2013, according to organizers. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
SOUTH-SUDAN/GOVERNORS
RTR3AMZX
November 20, 2012
Dwanya James (C) teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1,...
Juba, South Sudan
Dwanya James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba
Dwanya James (C) teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1, 2012. Picture taken November 1, 2012. To match Special Report SOUTH-SUDAN/GOVERNORS REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY POLITICS)
SOUTH-SUDAN/GOVERNORS
RTR3AMZT
November 20, 2012
Dwanya James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1, 2012....
Juba, South Sudan
Dwanya James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba
Dwanya James teaches mathematics at the Juba One Girls Basic Education School in Juba, November 1, 2012. Picture taken November 1, 2012. To match Special Report SOUTH-SUDAN/GOVERNORS REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY POLITICS)
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