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Igor Kurchatov
January 12, 1903 - February 7, 1960
Georg Wilhelm Richmann
July 11, 1711 - June 26, 1753
Abram Ioffe
October 29, 1880 - October 14, 1960
Lev Landau
January 22, 1908 - April 1, 1968
Aleksandr Prokhorov
July 11, 1916 - January 8, 2002
Pyotr Ufimtsev
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Sergey Akhmanov
July 14, 1929 - July 1, 1991
Vladimir Braginsky
August 3, 1931 - March 29, 2016


Articles:

Easy Way to Monitor Your Health
Physicists from Novosibirsk are on the way to designing a biological sensor for easy and cheap diagnostics of various pathologies, as well as detection of tiniest amounts of hazardous substances in gas and liquid media.
--03-08-2011--
Digital Revolution: Born in Russia
Russian physicists know how to make world wide web develop faster by means of remarkably extending capacity of hard drives.
--16-07-2011--
No Killer Solar Flare to Happen: Russian Scientists Promise
Recently British newspapers announced another end of the world happening within the next 18 months, when extremely powerful solar flare would destroy the whole industry of power engineering and all electronic devices on our planet, as well as orbital space ships and satellites. Russian physicists advise to keep calm and do not believe these gloomy prophecies.
--22-06-2011--
Electron Beam to Fight Infections
When we hear the word radiation, we are often scared, because of atomic bombs and Fukushima nuclear power plant. People should not worry small radiation doses can make bodies transparent in order to find ailing parts, as well as search for dangerous objects in luggage and heal malignant tumors.
--30-05-2011--


News:

Yekaterinburg to Receive Young Physicists from 30 Countries
Over 150 school pupils from 30 countries will participate in the International Tournament of Young Physicists.
--28-11-2015--
Monuments to 7 Nobel Prize Winners in Physics to be Set Up in Moscow
Monuments to 7 outstanding physicists - Nobel prize winners - will be set up in Moscow.
--28-02-2013--
Smart Coatings for Rockets and Aircrafts
Researchers from Russia created nano-coatings for rocket nozzles and important components of combat aircrafts.
--03-08-2011--
Russia Plans to Fly to Mercury by 2019
While American scientists do their best to explore our red neighbour, Russian researchers appear to be ready to conquer another planet Mercury.
--27-07-2011--
Higgs Boson: Caught or Not?
CERN scientists have received experimental evidence of possible existence of Higgs boson, the particle responsible for mass of all existing matter, according to physics.
--26-07-2011--
Fast-Neutron Reactor to Appear in Irkutsk by 2017
IrkutskEnergo, one of the largest power engineering companies in Russia, is intent to build an industrial lead-bismuth fast-neutron reactor.
--19-07-2011--
Russian Quantum Centre to Appear
Russian Quantum Centre, a new structure within Skolkovo innovation park, is aimed for development of key studies in the field of quantum research.
--18-07-2011--
Astrophysical Observatory Launched
Unique astrophysical observatory Spektr-R has been launched today from Baikonur launching site. The research programme is called RadioAstron.
--18-07-2011--
Flexible Wheels to Appear on Russian Railroads
Researchers from Omsk suggest a project for making Russian trains less noisy, reduce vibration and locomotive power.
--15-07-2011--
Winged Car for Training Pilots Built
An inventor from Kaluga has built a winged car for simulation and practicing of take-off and landing.
--15-07-2011--
Air Flow Visualization System Developed
Russian scientists from the city of Omsk have developed a technique, which helps make air flows visible.
--14-07-2011--
No More Tragedies at Nuclear Power Plants
Russian scientists and engineers from Tomsk and Cherepovets have come up with a new alloy for making crucial components for nuclear power plants.
--13-07-2011--
Neutron Pulse Reactor Launched in Dubna
The reactor IBR-2, recently launched in the town of Dubna, is expected to help study properties of various materials under extreme conditions.
--07-07-2011--
Most Powerful Magnetic Field Created
Former Russian researcher Sergey Zherlitsyn and his colleagues built a special giant magnetic coil weighing about 200 kilograms, which generates extremely powerful magnetic field.
--06-07-2011--
Neuron under Laser Microscope
Laser interference microscopy allowed Russian researchers to perform detailed analysis of a living neuron.
--29-06-2011--
Radio Telescope Satellite to Be Launched in July
Today a Spektr-R satellite, carrying a 10-meter radio telescope Radioastron, travels to Baikonur for preparations of a launch, scheduled for July 18, 2011.
--24-06-2011--
Russia to Join European Synchrotron Centre in a Couple of Years
Russian researchers believe that our country can become a member of ESRF (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility) in year or two.
--23-06-2011--
Russia to Negotiate About CERN Membership
According to Russian science authorities, our country can soon become an associated member of European Organization for Nuclear Research. Negotiations on the subject will start within following months.
--23-06-2011--
New Carbon Substances to Shine Brighter, than Diamonds
A group of chemists, headed by the Russian researcher Artem Oganov, predicted existence of three previously unknown forms of crystalline carbon, which will have higher density and reflecting capacity than diamonds have.
--09-06-2011--
How Will Organic Electronic Devices Look Like?
Scientists from Lebedev Institute of Physics (Russian academy of sciences) and International Laser Centre of Moscow State University are working on a small device, fed by a polymer solar battery.
--27-05-2011--
New Space Ship for Sun Monitoring to Appear
Russian physicists will soon end developing a new type of space ships for monitoring the Sun from a very close distance less than Mercurys orbit.
--26-05-2011--





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