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Events | Culture | Fun  | 08.02.23

Russian Science Day: History and Prominent Figures

Every year on February 8, the Russian scientific community celebrates its professional holiday, the Day of Russian Science, established by the decree of the President of the Russian Federation in 1999.  It was on this day in 1724 that the Academy of Sciences was founded in Russia by decree of the governing Senate by order

Business | Technology  | 05.08.22

Russia to Launch First Production of Transistor Crystals for 5G

The “Zelenograd” Nanotechnology Center (ZNTC) will open the first experimental line in Russia for the production of transistor crystals based on gallium nitride in the “Technopolis Moscow” special economic zone, according to the portal of the mayor and the government of the capital.   It is specified that gallium nitride is one of the most popular

Business | Technology  | 29.03.22

Russian Schoolboy Taught Crows Separate Garbage

The project of a pupil of the children’s technopark “Izobretarium” from Reutov, Moscow Region, to train crows to collect garbage and sort it using a neural network won first place at the XVIII Baltic Scientific and Engineering International Competition.  The XVIII Baltic Scientific and Engineering International Competition was held in St. Petersburg from 21 to

Business | Technology  | 21.03.22

Tomsk Scientists Developed Russia’s First Ozone Converter for Aircraft

Scientists of the Chemical Faculty of Tomsk State University (TSU) have developed the first ozone converter in Russia, which will be installed in the domestic MS-21 (MC-21) aircraft.  According to the acting dean of the Faculty, Alexey Knyazev, at an altitude of 11 thousand meters, the plane enters an area where the concentration of ozone

Business | Technology  | 15.12.21

Russian Scientists Created New Method of Diagnosing Inflammation

An informative, fast and inexpensive method for determining an important biomarker of inflammation in the human body has been developed by scientists at Saratov State University. An article with the results of their research has been published in the ‘Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry‘ journal.  According to the researchers, existing analogues are able to determine the

Events | Fun  | 30.11.21

All-Russian Student Competition Held in Sochi

The final of the first All-Russian contest “Tvoy Hod” (“Your Move“) of the presidential platform “Russia – Land of Opportunity” held in the Sirius Art and Science Park, Sochi, was attended by 1,000 students from 76 regions of Russia.   All finalists of their choice were divided into eight faculties: career, science, special opportunities, security, sustainable

Business | Technology | Videos  | 29.11.21

Voronezh Academy Cadets Developed Spy Stone [Video]

Cadets of the Air Force Academy from Voronezh have developed a hidden surveillance complex disguised as a cobblestone in three years. Inventors test their development in the academic garden, against the background of pine trees.   A stone on tracks sneaks across the area. It can stay in standby mode for almost a day. When

Events | Visit  | 22.11.21

Russian Schoolchildren Set Record in International Astronomy Olympiad

The Russian national team won eight gold and two silver medals at the International Olympiad of Schoolchildren in Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA 2021), as reported by the press service of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation.  “The Russian national team has set an absolute record in the Olympiad in astronomy and astrophysics. This

Business | Technology | Videos  | 18.11.21

Specialists of Russian University to Develop School Textbooks With Augmented Reality [Video]

Electronic school textbooks using virtual and augmented reality technology are being developed at Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU). This was announced by the Rector of the university Viktor Sadovnichy.   According to him, the textbook nowadays “should be interactive, dynamically multi-level, brighter, more attractive.” Such innovations, according to him, are especially important in teaching stereometry. “The