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A “pinch” of nanotubes in concrete reduces construction costs and makes this material stronger. Our interview with the Head of the Laboratory of Carbon Nanomaterials at RosNOU will tell you about the unique properties and applications of nanotubes

Author Anastasiya Rogacheva
Photo Olga Merzlyakova
Video Aleksandr Kozlov

What are the developments in smart agriculture today? RAS Corresponding Member Vyacheslav Yakushev explains in his interview

Author Anastasiya Rogacheva
Video Aleksey Kornoukhov

How the LPTI system protected warships from German mines during WWII

Author Anastasiya Rogacheva

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

Read about the first steps of mankind in recording sounds – mechanical recording devices in this Scientific Russia article

Aleksandr Burmistrov

The size and weight of ships increased tenfold require new approaches to propulsion systems, and new environmental requirements leave their mark on the shipbuilding industry


Marking the 175th birth anniversary of the late president of the Russian Academy of Sciences A. P. Karpinsky

Anna Posokhova
Video Dmitrij Samsonov
Author Anastasia Ibragimova
Photo Elena Librik
Video Aleksandr Kozlov

It is currently impossible to print a full-fledged human organ in such a way as to implant it. The immediate goal is to print individual fragments of organs accessible to society

Author Aleksandr Burmistrov
Photo Andrey Luft

There are streets named after him in two dozen of cities, as well as one of the largest aircraft design bureaus and Vnukovo airport. Soviet scientist Andrei Tupolev was born on November 10, 1888


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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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