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Alice is a voice assistant recently developed by Yandex Russian Internet company, it is to become a part of Yandex. Enlightenment educational platform services, RIA Novosti informs. Alice will help schoolchildren prepare for the exams, answer their questions and become their personal assistant. ...

16.11.2017 Subject: Array

First round of the Forth Russian Language Olympiad for schoolkids has completed in Israel. The event is conducted by Israel Center of Kids Creativity Support together with Rossotrudnichestvo branch in Israel with support of Russkiy Mir Foundation. The goal is to preserve and promote Russian language and culture in this country among young generation.  ...

10.11.2017
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Education

Procession in support of Russian education to be held in Riga on November 16, BaltNews reports. Event organizer, the Latvian association for support of Russian schools has marked that authorities should recall the Second article of the Latvian Republic Constitution where is written that the constitution belongs to people. Russian minority activists declare that they habe right to...

03.11.2017 Subject: Education

11th Assembly of the Russkiy Mir Foundation opens on November 3 in Nizhny Novgorod. However, working meetings of the annual large-scale event organized by the Russkiy Mir Foundation began the day before. Two meetings were held in N. I. Lobachevsky...

03.11.2017
Rubric: Foundation news
Subject: Education

Protest campaign against Russian schools’ reorganization is held today, on October 23, in Riga, BaltNews reports. As per the organizers, they plan to formulate their requirements to the Latvian authorities. First of all, they demand banning any changes in educational linguistic structures. Besides, a literate programme of studying the main languages of...

23.10.2017 Subject: Education

The Centre of Russian Language and Culture at the University of Mons, Belgium, has opened Russian language club. The courses are tailored for beginners (А1/А2 based on Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and Advanced level students (B1). Anyone who wants to learn and practice Russian language can do that for free. ...

23.10.2017 Subject: Education

11th grader from Rostov-on-Don Makar Volkov has solved a world-known math problem of the ancient Greek mathematician Pappus of Alexandria, Russian Newspaper informs. According to the candidate of physical-mathematical sciences from Southern Federal University Mikhail Gurov who teaches Makar and other talented children in the local Training Center, many...

22.10.2017 Subject: Education

Partnership of France and Russia: Education, Science and Innovations. A Dialogue of Civil Society Second International Conference starts in Russian Spiritual Cultural Center in Paris, Russian witness website informs. Rectors of the leading universities of Russia and France are taking part in the event. In the nearest two days, participants will discuss interaction of university...

20.10.2017 Subject: Education

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The icebreaker, backpack parachute, tramcar, and foam fire extinguisher—all of these things have long belonged to the list of human achievements. Most people don’t know that they owe their existence to Russian inventors. At the turn of the twentieth century, Russia had one of the strongest schools of inventors in the world, although in many ways it developed in spite of circumstances. We discussed this topic with Tim Skorenko, the author of the book Invented in Russia and editor-in-chief of the Popular Mechanics website.
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