RUDN Expert of the Institute of Biochemical Technology and Nanotechnology awarded the gold medal of the Paris Book Salon Livre Paris 2018
RUDN Expert of the Institute of Biochemical Technology and Nanotechnology awarded the gold medal of the Paris Book Salon Livre Paris 2018
Vera Zhilkina, expert of RUDN Institute of Biochemical Technology and Nanotechnology received the gold medal of the 38th Paris Book Salon LIVRE PARIS for the presented tutorial «Laboratory Workshop on working with the Device Particle Size Analyzer NANOPHOX».

LIVRE PARIS was held on March 16-19, 2018, in Paris, France. The Paris Salon is the meeting point for publishers of educational, scientific and fiction literature, one of the most important global venues for the popularization of scientific and educational publications.

Given the relevance of scientific and pedagogical significance, the manual was presented at the stand of the Russian Academy of Natural History, its abstract included in the special catalog «PARIS BOOK FAIR 2018».

Russia became the guest of honor at the 38th Paris Book Salon LIVRE PARIS 2018, arousing the international community's great interest to the stands presented by Russian publishers.

 

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