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On the International Day of Aviation and Cosmonautics, we would like to share our account of the most anticipated space missions and projects

Author Anastasiya Rogacheva

Our planet has dozens of animal species commonly called “living fossils.” Today we will talk about the most outstanding representatives of the relic fauna


March 28th commemorates the 280th anniversary of the Princess’ birth


2023 has been declared the Year of the Teacher and Mentor

Author Anastasiya Rogacheva
Author Anastasiya Rogacheva

Scientific Russia continues a cycle of January publications about the New Year celebrations, the festive season, folk beliefs and traditions

Author Yanina Khuzhina

Introducing the main scientific achievements of the year in biology, chemistry, and medicine

Author Anastasiya Rogacheva

It is about time to reflect on the year and recall the most memorable events in Russian and world physics


Scientific Russia has visited one of the largest enterprises in the Russian agrobiological industry

Author Yanina Khuzhina
Photo Andrey Luft
Video Aleksey Kornoukhov

On April 12, the world celebrates the date of the first human flight into space. Throughout this month we are going to talk about space discoveries, theories, and everyday aspects of traveling across the Universe

Author Polina Ostrizhnaya

Has the Gzhel pottery always been blue and white? Where did the recognizable Gzhel rose come from? How did a Voronezh artist revive the Russian traditional industry?

Author Anastasiya Rogacheva

Today, information streams are so fast that it is extremely difficult to keep track even of current affairs, while remembering something large seems infeasible. However, the ancient Greeks came up with a way to keep a lot of information in


Maria Vasilyevna Klenova paved the way to the coldest continent of the planet


Rosalind Franklin’s story is one of the examples that Margaret Rossiter uses in her 1993 research dedicated to the Matilda Effect

Author Aleksandr Burmistrov
Author Anna Posokhova
Video Dmitrij Samsonov
Author Olga Skibina
Photo Nikolay Malakhin

In our article, which opens the thematic week before International Women's Day, we’ll speak on the history of the holiday

Author Polina Ostrizhnaya

Vasily Golovnin fought in many naval battles and made two circumnavigations of the globe. However, his calling card for posterity is his memoirs about his adventures in Japanese captivity


How the LPTI system protected warships from German mines during WWII

Author Anastasiya Rogacheva


In our article, we talk about the life and work of outstanding scientists, which opens the thematic week for the Defender of the Fatherland Day


On February 21, 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick proposed a structural model of DNA, the double helix

Author Polina Ostrizhnaya

Had Thomas Edison lived in our time, he would have been surprised by the number of light bulbs that have appeared in our world, and he certainly would not have ended up with only one patent. Read more about the history of the light bulb, its design, and its modern types in our article

Author Polina Ostrizhnaya

It is not a problem to send a text or a photo today, the only thing you need is the internet connection. Sending a parcel is a different story – new technologies are also involved in the delivery of goods, food, and medicine today

Aleksandr Burmistrov

Headset, connection to oxygen, information on the visor, and even virtual reality – today pilots have a full-fledged computer. Not at all like the helmets of the early 20th century

Aleksandr Burmistrov


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What saints did the conquistadors pray to and why did they decide to conquer Mexico? What was the ethnic, regional, and age composition of the Conquista? 

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