On November 10, Rosatom will traditionally hold its international nuclear awareness initiative – Global Atomic Quiz 2023 to mark World Science Day. This year, the project will be conducted in 13 languages: Russian, English, Armenian, Bengali, Hungarian, Spanish, Kazakh, Portuguese, Turkish, Uzbek, Arabic, and Afrikaans.
Participants will have a chance to not only win unique prizes but also to challenge artificial intelligence (AI). For the first time, several questions were generated with the help of neural networks. In addition to the online format of the quiz, in-person events will be organized in different cities around the world.
To participate in this international initiative, it is necessary to visit quiz.atomforyou.com on November 10. Participants will have 24 hours to answer 20 questions of varying difficulty and topics.
All participants of the Global Atomic Quiz 2023 will receive a digital certificate, which can be saved on their devices. It can also be shared with friends on social media. Besides, 100 winners with the best results will get unique prizes: an original sweatshirt with custom atomic patches and a spacious tote bag with an atomic print. The list of winners will be published on the project’s website by November 17.
Global Atomic Quiz is not just a popular science contest but a truly global educational initiative, that explains the basics of nuclear physics, shows the importance of nuclear technologies in everyday life, and highlights the role that nuclear plays in preserving our fragile planet.
In the three years since its launch in 2020, the Global Atomic Quiz has been conducted in more than 11 languages and has attracted over 30,000 enthusiasts from 70+ countries. In 2023, the Global Atomic Quiz will expand its geography and will be held online in 13 languages and in-person all around the world – from Brazil to Bangladesh.
In anticipation of the Global Atomic Quiz 2023, everybody can practice and test their knowledge by answering the questions of 2021 and 2022. For more information about the project, please visit the website quiz.atomforyou.com.
Annually a lot of African students take part in the Global Atomic Quiz. According to UN statistics, Africa is a continent of young people. 65% of the population is under 35 and almost 50% under 19, which means that Africa has tremendous potential to educate a new generation of talented, educated, and ambitious people.
At the same time, nuclear energy holds immense potential for Africa and has the capability to address numerous challenges faced by the continent. As a clean, reliable, and sustainable energy source, nuclear power can play a major role in ensuring energy security and boosting economic development.
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