22 November 2017 / Popular Mechanics

Popular Mechanics in December

Russia is home to many private schools, but none of them are ranked highly. Vadim Moshkovich plans to not only buck that trend, but to make his new Letovo school the best of them all. Popular Mechanics looked at the project and concludes that he has reasons to be optimistic. Read about the school in more detail in this issue.

Also: what the ideal city would look like if it were designed by mechanics instead of architects; a week of high science the achievements recognized by the Nobel Committee this year; the advent of electric Jaguars; how facial recognition systems work; new prospects for airplanes on skis; a test drive of the Subaru XV.

The magazine went on sale November 21. It is also available from the App Store.

Maria Belmesova – Popular Mechanics marketing director
Site: www.popmech.ru  
See also
Popular Mechanics in March
Popular Mechanics in March
Cover story giant walking anti-robots.
Popular Mechanics in February
Popular Mechanics in February
Cover story An engine for a spacecraft.
Popular Mechanics in January
Popular Mechanics in January
In this issue: the search for exoplanets, the future of electric aviation and a flying electric vehicle from Russia.
Domashny Ochag, Popular Mechanics Hold Ad Campaign
Domashny Ochag, Popular Mechanics Hold Ad Campaign
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