Quantorium children’s high-tech park to get a hybrid car model and a scanning probe microscope

Quantorium children’s high-tech park to get a hybrid car model and a scanning probe microscope
Photo: Photo by the Mayor and Moscow Government Press Service. Yevgeny Samarin
Bidding will be held to select the contractor in charge of purchasing molecule modelling kits, a gas pyrolysis reactor and other equipment needed for hands-on classes and technical creativity.

The Quantorium children’s high-tech park has plans to get a hybrid car model with a hydrogen-powered generator, kits for conducting alternative energy tests and a scanning probe microscope. The contractor will be chosen via online bidding launched by the Moscow Department for Competition Policy.

The contractor will have to buy nearly 90 items for experiments that will give Moscow school students a better understanding of the world of science. The equipment will include a training system for programming and controlling city electrical power systems.  

The ordering party is the Moscow Department of Science, Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship. Applications will be accepted until 21 April.

The Quantorium project will give Moscow school students an opportunity to study cutting-edge areas of science – cyber physics, auto-, space-, and aerial modelling, neuro- and biotechnologies, programming and more. To enrol in a class at Quantorium, click here.