International scientific forum of students «YOUTH IN SCIENCE AND CREATIVITY»

International scientific forum of students «YOUTH IN SCIENCE AND CREATIVITY»

Dear colleagues! We invite you to take part in the work of the international scientific forum for students «YOUTH IN SCIENCE AND CREATIVITY» April 26, 2017.

Dear colleagues! We invite you to take part in the work of the international scientific forum of students "YOUTH IN SCIENCE AND CREATIVITY" April 26, 2017 in Gzhel State University. Post-graduate students, students, schoolchildren take part in the forum. Participation in the forum is free of charge. A collection of materials will be registered at the RINC. International competitions for the best scientific report will be held in the following categories: "Decorative and Applied Art" "Design" "Service and Tourism" "Pedagogy" "Psychology" "Economic Sciences", " Humanities "" Natural Sciences ". The last day for receiving applications and reports is April 1, 2017.

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11 Oct
Chemist Benjamin List: the Nobel Prize in chemistry and a visit to RUDN University

October 6, the Nobel Committee announced the 2021 Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry. They were scientists Benjamin List (Germany) and David Macmillan (USA) for new methods of molecular synthesis. RUDN chemists know Professor Liszt personally — in 2019, the researcher came to participate in the university conference.

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11 Oct
Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded for receptor research

The Nobel Committee in Stockholm has named the laureates in Medicine — David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian. They discovered how temperature or touch, for example, is transformed into human sensations.

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07 Oct
A RUDN University Physicist Simplified the Einstein-Lovelock Theory for Black Holes

Allowing for quantum corrections, the Einstein-Lovelock theory describes black holes with an equation that contains an infinite number of terms. However, according to a RUDN University physicist, the geometry of a black hole in this theory can be presented in a compact form, and a limited number of terms can suffice to describe the observed values. This could help scientists study black holes in theories with quantum corrections to Einstein’s equations.