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Young Russian chemists met with their colleagues from Denmark


14.02.2019

Photo: Rossotrudnichestvo

Science Day was held in Copenhagen. Young Russian and Danish scientists from Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (MUCTR) and Danish Technological University (DTU) participated. The representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo became the organizer, the agency’s website reports. 

The delegation of Russian University visited chemical laboratories, learned about the advanced developments of scientists in field of chemistry, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and the features of training students and undergraduates.

Guests from Russia explained that they managed to find several points of intersection of interests. They expressed hope that the cooperation of scientists of the two countries will continue in the future. MUCTR is convinced that the experience of DTU will allow to enhance the position of Mendeleev University in international rankings.

A scientific seminar was also held. Its participants presented the results of their research in various fields.

The UN General Assembly declared 2019 the International Year of Mendeleev’s Periodic Table. Various events dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the Mendeleev Periodic Table will be held in honor of famous scientist in Russia.  

The Year of the Periodic Table will contribute to enhancing the prestige of Russian science abroad and achieving the goals of the Science national project. 

February 8 marked 185 years since the birth of great scientist Dmitri Mendeleev. His name was glorified by the discovery of periodic law, but he was an encyclopaedist scholar. Along with chemistry, he was interested in economics, physics, geology, meteorology, and designing instruments.

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