American Nobel laureate is ready to support Russian scientists

American biologist James Watson, Nobel laureate of 1962, who discovered the double helix of DNA, said he was ready to support young talented scientists from Russia and China. On Wednesday, during Watson's visit to the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), a ceremony will be held to return the Nobel medal, which he bought ...

Russian science closes access to foreign scientific publications because of debt

Springer publishes access to scientific publications for Russian scientists and research institutes because of the debt of the Russian government for subscriptions. The amount of debt is 890 thousand euros. According to the head of the Springer representative office in Russia and the CIS countries Matthias Eicher, access is closed from 12 ...

Georgian schoolchildren invited to NASA with their invention

The multiclimatizer, an innovative invention of Irakli Kapanadze and Karlo Khutsishvili, pupils of Akhaltsikhe public school No. 6, became the winner of the Millennium Innovation Competition, implemented by the Millennium Challenge Georgia Foundation. For winning the competition, Georgian students will go to the USA, to the NASA space center, and take part in ...

Russia began to build a building for the most powerful laser in the world

The construction of the building, which will house the world's most powerful laser installation, began in the city of Russian nuclear scientists Sarov (Nizhny Novgorod region). “We have been creating the installation for three years, in 2015 we began construction of a building for its placement,” he said. The laser installation itself, which is being built ...

This is what happens to the brain of a man in love.

Valentine's Day is a great time to see what the latest scientific research has to say about love. Neurologists have recently begun to study this feeling, so in many ways it still remains a mystery. When you fall in love, you become completely inexplicably obsessed with a certain person. The world is shrinking ...

Scientists explain the senselessness of finding the perfect partner

From an evolutionary point of view, most people, when choosing a life partner, are better off settling for the fastest and most affordable option, rather than taking risks and waiting for a meeting with the ideal partner. This theory was proposed by microbiologists from Michigan State University. They presented their research in ...

Astronomers first saw the flicker of a quasar

Quasars are among the brightest objects in the Universe and are essentially active galactic nuclei. Observing these space objects is extremely important for fundamental science. It is known that quasars draw energy from black holes located in their very heart. ...

Scientists: synthetic amino acids will make GMO safe for nature

The integration of synthetic amino acids that do not exist in nature into the life cycle of genetically modified organisms will help molecular biologists kill two birds with one stone - to make GMOs safe for wildlife and to convince the public of the harmlessness of products based on them, scientists write in articles published ...

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  For the first time in history, the prestigious Fields Prize in Mathematics went to a woman. The happy owner of the award was 37-year-old Mariam Mirzakhani. It is also interesting that the scientist, who today lives and works in America, is from Iran, a country where it is not easy for women to achieve success anywhere ...

5 Cosmos Facts Hard to Believe

Fact # 1. The temperature in space, in the Earth's orbit is + 4 ° С To be precise, not in the Earth's orbit, but at a distance from the Sun equal to the distance from the Earth's orbit. And for a completely black body, i.e. one that completely absorbs the sun's rays, nothing ...

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