The Diploma for EPR Discovery certified by the State Register on June 23, 1970, No 85, with priority of invention on July 12, 1944, is of especial value.
There are also thins belonged to Yevgeny Konstantinovich, the evidence of wide range of his interests and hobbies: tennis racket and boots with skates, hunter's bandolier and a badge "Voroshilovsky Strelok", electric soldering iron and camera.
Ye.K.Zavoisky's daughter wrote on the water-color, painted by him: "When father fell seriously ill and doctors forbade him extra load, he took a great interest in water-color. Papa didn't like to express his thoughts in his pictures, but I decided to give it to the museum against his will".
Owing to Ye.K.Zavoisky's discovery the biggest School of Radio Spectroscopy and Quantum Electronics was formed at Kazan University. There is a photo of three leading figures of the school: S.A.Altshuler, Ye.K.Zavoisky and B.M.Kozyrev.
Materials on outstanding theorist physicist S.A.Altshuler are also very interesting for visitors. Te Diploma for Invention of Paramagnetic Resonance Acoustic Absorption, or Acoustic Paramagnetic Resonance, is marked out among the exhibits.
Next to the photos, where Semyon Aleksandrovich is depicted with his followers and foreign scientists, there is a monograph, written together with B.M.Kozyrev, and the Castler's Medal, which was made on occasion of A.Castler being elected as a Full Member of Academy of Science of France. The French physicist and Nobel prizewinner presented his medal to S.A.Altshuler as a sign of great respect to his colleague from Russia.