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How multicellular organisms came into the world, happily inhabited by unicellular organisms? Perhaps the explanation is self-organization of individual cells into multicellular agglomerations, Russian biologist believes.


Students of Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPhI) recently presented some of their scientific projects, and, honestly speaking, their innovations heat the imagination of not only ordinary people.


According to RosCosmos, Russia has four main priorities in space. Here are a few words about each of them.


Safety of cell therapy is very important for medicine, and researchers from Russia faced a great challenge they decided to find out whether stem cells, a common tool of genetic engineering and basics of cell therapy, were genetically stable.


Nanoparticles can get into various types of cells and accumulate there; they travel along blood and lymphatic vessels and cause oxidative stress and inflammation. Nanoparticles can cause death of laboratory animals. Russian scientists discussed how prevent possible cure-all from becoming an invisible killer


Mankind collects atoms of information about surrounding space for several decades, and here are some worth discussing results


In summer not only sledge should be prepared for winter, but also roofs, which in Russia and other northern countries will definitely be covered with tons of snow and icicles. What shall we do to save our lives from icy threat?


Russian sociologists finally understood what was Russian middle class and how it changed during last 15 years.


Despite the sharp interest to nanodiamonds and rapid development of this industrial branch, Russian scientists still remain trendsetters in growing tiny diamonds, but it is getting harder every day.


Recent conference Technological development of space industry allowed leading Russian experts in this field to discuss burning issues of rocket-and-space industry of our country.


Despite eating or selling black caviar is illegal, this tasty fish eggs regularly appear in shops. Biologists from World Wildlife Fund remind that selling even a single black egg is against Russian laws and demand banning black caviar export.


Nanobioelectronics is a new, rapidly developing discipline, combining achievements of nanoelectronics and molecular biology. Integration of nanoelectronic devices and such complex biological structures as cells throws a bridge between biotechnology and nanobioelectronics.


Russian scientists in cooperation with their English and German colleagues have studied effect of alcoholism on life interval of adult men of Russian city of Izhevsk and came to an interesting conclusion.


Genetically modified organisms (GMO) make trouble between scientists.


Russian engineering and technology company ScanEx has launched a project on space monitoring of seawaters near the Sakhalin Island, where oil is produced and grey whales unfortunately dwell, being an endangered species.


Third millennium has started not very long ago and brought us a new stage of development of tiny space vehicles micro- and nano-satellites. Small space crafts are already widely used for Earth remote sensing, ecological monitoring, earthquake predicting and studies of ionosphere.


Eminent Russian scientists tend to think that future of Russian power engineering lies in building thousands small heat and power plants with modern gas-turbine units, which allow rapid increase of power production and saving gas.


Infertility in Russia becomes a crucial factor, having a significant effect on demographic situation in the country.


On the one hand, alcohol-containing drinks damage cardio-vascular system, but on the other a glass of red wine is ambrosia for heart. Should people drink alcohol, or not, and what to do when so many tasty drinks surround you?


Many mysteries of the Antarctic continent have been already solved, but even more of them are waiting for an answer to be found. For example, scientists still fail to calculate balance of the Antarctic ice sheet, i.e. its annual snow income and iceberg and melting losses


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