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Photo credit: minec.gov-murman.ru Moscow and Oslo plan to develop cooperation in the field of science and technology, TASS reports. This is the aim of the new document, signed by the head of the Government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin. He approved the draft agreement on...

02.02.2021 Subject: Science

Photo credit: pixabay.com The Max Planck Medal was awarded to the Russian-American physicist Alexander Polyakov. It is considered the highest honor of the German Physical Society in theoretical physics. In the past, such outstanding scientists as Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Lev Landau...

14.01.2021 Subject: Science

Photo credit: mos.ru / Y. Ivanko Developers of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine will cooperate with the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, the Gazeta.ru news website writes. The representatives of the Russian company said that the Anglo-Swedish firm accepted their offer. ...

11.12.2020 Subject: Science

Photo credit: the press service of the Russian Ministry of Health The production site of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine may appear in Germany, RIA Novosti reports. According to Kirill Dmitriev, who heads the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), negotiations on production are underway...

25.11.2020 Subject: Science

Scientists from Russia, the USA, Finland, Spain and Kazakhstan took part in an online conference dedicated to the trends of modern Russian linguistics. The meeting took place on the online platform of the Kazakh National University with the support of the International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature...

08.10.2020 Subject: Science


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