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Visitors will find out what sciences will be in demand in the future and why plants have genetic passports. They will see luminous bacteria, which contain fluorescent proteins, and learn to draw with them.


Researchers of the Scientific Center for Arctic Studies investigate elements of ancient horn armor found at the Ust-Poluy archaeological site.


Scientists of the Cytology and Genetics Institute have developed the SeedCounter app, which enables a smartphone to obtain data on the quantity and quality of grains in a wheat ear.


The discovery by scientists from the Chemical Faculty of Moscow State University will assist in preserving natural ecosystems - the study will enable scientists to better understand the nature of pollution and promptly establish its sources.


Scientists of the International Tomography Center (ITC), RAS, have developed a unique complex substance that enhances its color in cold.


Enterprizes and factories that burn wood and coal also play a considerable part in atmospheric pollution.


Researchers have asked themselves whether it is possible to create such conditions in a limited space that this area would later expand into a fragment of the universe.


Astrophysicists from the MSU have observed the transformation of a supermassive black hole, which resulted in its inreased brightness, and previously invisible gas clouds.


Roscosmos will also assist in installing and testing the Phebus device on the spacecraft upon its delivery.


Scientists of the Far Eastern Federal University have developed a technology to create a new ceramic biomaterial for regenerative bone surgery.


Students from Tyumen, Omsk, Voronezh, Moscow and Syktyvkar presented their projects on developing the Arctic Region.


Russian scientists have developed a fundamentally new and inexpensive method for accelerating the cell growth by using nanoparticles of cerium dioxide.


The Smart Elevator technology already operating in the Black Sea can be easily transferred to the Arctic to meet the challenges of operational oceanography.


This technology is offered for the first time ever.It is suitable for large islands, such as the Kuril Islands, Sakhalin, Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan, and the like.


DNA molecules of the cell nuclei have been extracted from the bones of a mammoth, a bison, a horse, a rhino, an elk, a deer and a wolf.


Russia's state space corporation "Roscosmos" intends to carry out an experiment in 3D-printing of live tissues on board the International Space Station.


Missile Warning System will have 10 satellites able to detect the launches of ballistic missiles from anywhere in the world right away.


The new optical telescope set up in the mountains of Buryatia has proved its high efficiency and found 40 previously unknown asteroids.


The highest rate of coastal erosion is observed in the East Siberian Sea and the Laptev Sea.


The innovative binary sensor is based on a complex system consisting of a catalytic part and a high electron density section.


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