Moscow school No. 1621 became the winner of the Research Start, an international competition of research works among schoolchildren. Eight school students' projects took three first, three second and two third prizes. Over 1,100 schools from 10 countries took part in the competition.
The first place was taken by the 2nd form student Natan Feldman. He had created effective and interesting methods to memorize the multiplication table. With their help, Nathan and his classmates now do various sums quickly and correctly. Alina Trushkova, 1st form student, was the first, too. She studied properties of salt water taken from different seas and its impact on the human body. 1st form student Viktoriya Mazaeva got the first prize thanks to the study on the street she lives in. The girl researched the history of Bolshoi Spasoglinishchevsky Pereulok.
The international competition of schoolchildren's research works started in Moscow in September 2018 and ended in May 2019. The competition was attended by children from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Russia and Ukraine. It aims to develop creative capabilities of school students and discover talented children.