Inventions of scientists during the Second World
The Assembly of 30th of April 2021 has been dedicated to the Great Victory.

The Assembly of 30th of April 2021 has been dedicated to the Great Victory. The school’s strategy of engineering thinking development was a leading line through the projects presented by students telling about soviet scientists inventions during the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945. Among this projects are the carbinol glue by soviet chemist Ivan Nazarov, which made possible to glue almost all materials together and soldiers could fix machines in field conditions. The glue helped to fix up accumulator jars, fuel tanks and set in order breached cars, tanks and planes. With the lead of soviet metal scientist Andrey Bochvar the low-density alloy zinc silumin was created which was used for production of military equipment engines. With help of inventions of physical scientists Igor Kurchatov and Anatoly Aleksandrov effective methods for protection against German magnetic mines were created. As a result no one of soviet ships was exploded on these mines. The first portion of domestic penicillin was worked out by soviet microbiologist Zinaida Yermolyeva in 1942. The mass production of antimicrobial agent reduced the causality state among injured soldiers for the reason of blood poisoning. The students also got acquainted with investigations for aviation, military equipment, radiolocation and communication, oil extraction that made a huge contribution to fight for the Victory.