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New international prize of the Nobel Sustainability Trust will be awarded in St. Petersburg, TASS informs. Prize established by grandnephews of Alfred Nobel Michael and Peter will be bestowed to scientists successful in alternative energetics and saving of energy fields. Apparently, the selection of candidates will be performed by the Higher Technical School of Zurich. ...

26.10.2017 Subject: First in Space

Russian-Indian archaeological expedition working in the Himalayas discovered two sacral monuments, RIA Novosti informs. Archaeologists managed to excavate around two hundred unique stone statues of the early Middle Ages. Scientist Vyacheslav Molodin has claimed journalists, that this expedition headed by Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences...

13.10.2017 Subject: Array

The first telescope, which is one of the system components for studying stars and remote planets, appeared in a specialized astrophysical laboratory located at Nizhny Arkhyz village in Karachay-Cherkessia. The telescope will start functioning in the closest future, IA Interfax advises. The system is to comprise six photometrical telescopes. The diameter of each telescope is around...

12.10.2017 Subject: First in Space

A name of the owner of the most prestigious scientific award in the world – the Nobel Prize will be revealed today, TASS reports. The Nobel Prize committee will announce the winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Nobody knows who entered the Nobel Prize candidates’ list; their names are always kept secret and revealed only in fifty years. The scientists get to...

03.10.2017 Subject: First in Space

Academic Alexander Sergeev was appointed the head of the Russian Academy of Science, TASS reports. 1045 voices have voted for him in opposition to Robert Nigmatulin for whom 412 academics have voted. Before this appointment Alexander Sergeev has been Director of the Nizhny Novgorod Institute of Applied Physics for three years. Sergeev specializes in laser physics,...

26.09.2017 Subject: First in Space

Two Russian scientists are in the forecast list of the Nobel Prize nominees, published by Clarivate Analytics, TASS reports. Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Rashid Sunuyaev (Astrophysics) and Chemist Georgiy Shulpin became first Russian scientists over the last fifteen years to enter the extended list composed by the scientific analysts of this...

22.09.2017 Subject: First in Space

Solar power station has started functioning in one of the regions of Altai, TASS informs. It became the first plant based on heterojunction solar modules produced in Russia. Efficiency of hybrid elements has been much increased. They raise conversion of solar energy many times even if the sun is behind the clouds. Technology enables to improve efficiency rate and have better...

20.09.2017 Subject: First in Space


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