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Domestic robot rescuers will soon help guard the safety of people in Russia. Anthropomorphic robot rescuers were presented at the 8th International Salon of Security Facilities.


The scientists from the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (SkolTech) have created a prototype of the Russias first composite printer.


The Russian company Intelligent Electronics collected the amount of money necessary to start the production of a miniature wireless computer of its own design via Kickstarter.


Human Stem Cell Institute launches the Adam Nash Program for treatment of children with hereditary diseases in Russia.


New scientific experiments making it possible to investigate the effect of weightlessness on living organisms will be conducted on the ISS with mice, fish and quail eggs.


Viruses that kill cancer cells to be developed in the first laboratory of microbiology and virology at the other side of Urals.


Siberian innovative company, founded with the participation of the Tomsk Polytechnic University, developed a pocket ECG able to diagnose the heart as simple as to measure the pressure or temperature.


The weight of the main fragment of the Chelyabinsk meteorite found in the Chebarkul Lake in October of last year amounted to 654 kg.


A Yakut scientist found a way to preserve the limbs suffering from severe frostbites, which may subsequently help to revive people who are frostbitten and still alive.


Fast-growing poplar breeding project was developed by research workers of Siberian Institute of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences. Today biofuel boilers are becoming more popular. It happens due to the fact that fossil fuels like coal and oil are exhaustible, expensive and not eco-friendly enough.


One test makes it possible to determine the sex of the child starting seventh week of pregnancy, the second development allows to find out the fetus Rh factor starting tenth week. The new method is intended to be used internationally.


This years TechCrunch Moscow proved as exciting as ever, featuring the Battle of Startups and some tech celebs like LiveJournal founder Brad Fitzpatrick.


1. The first-ever electric bulb was invented by P. N. Yablochkov and A.N.Lodygin; 2. the radio was invented by A.S.Popov; 3. the first-ever electronic microscope, TV and telecasting were created by V.K.Zvorykin; 4. the first-ever plane was invented by A.F.Mozhaysky;


Promoting startups in education here in Russia is the same as betting on David in his lone fight against Goliath. It doesnt sounds quite feasible but thats what we must do against the odds because, ultimately, thats where the future is.


At the 9-th International Exhibition Interauto, National University of Science and Technology presented a number of developments in the area of nanotechnology for modern and future-oriented automotive industry.


The first robot patrol appeared in Sokolniki park in September. Automatic surveillance systems that can capture the image and transmit it to the desk of the officer on duty, as well as to respond to the motion, started working in the capital.


Russian scientists have invented an environmentally safe and effective method of dealing with the oil spills on the sea surface. The invention called "Moskatov" is a powder consisting of 96% of natural minerals, processed under high pressure and temperature.


Archaeological excavations on Lake Andreev ended up with unique discovery. While performing practical training students and lecturers of Tyumen State Academy of Culture, Arts and Social Technologies have found an ancient settlement near Lake Andreev in the Tyumen Region.


Traditionally science divides humanity into 12 civilizations of Asia, America, Africa, Europe and Oceania. Scientists from Yakutia proposed an option that besides classic local civilizations there was an Arctic or Circumpolar civilization. Scientific communities have already admitted their version.


In the space of his own career, Space Oddity has remained David Bowie's most commercially successful hit. Almost prophetically written a few months before Apollo II mission, a story of an unfortunate spaceman Major Tom told the earthlings that "planet Earth is blue", which was then confirmed by the Apollo photographs. Many years later, Commander Chris Hadfield used his final day at the International Space Station to record his own cover of Bowie's song. This double tribute - both to the song and to David Bowie, whose exhibition at the Victoria and Albert in London runs till August - has amassed millions of views on YouTube.


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