Boys crack competition in unbreakable safe contest

By MIRIAM BULWAR DAVID-HAY (TRANSLATED)
April 7, 2009 14:57

 
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Two 10th-grade Haifa students have been awarded an unusual and valuable first prize - a score of 100 percent on their physics matriculation examination - for winning a national Weizmann Institute of Science competition to produce a safe that cannot be broken into, reports www.mynet.co.il. The two boys, from Haifa's Hugim high school, won the competition after building the unbreakable safe based on physics laws. It was the first time their school competed in the prestigious contest, which attracted dozens of schools from around Israel and from abroad. The report said numerous testers from the Weizmann Institute proved unable to break into the safe during the competition.

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