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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23 Jul
RUDN University biologist tested the resistance of bioplastics to aggressive environment

RUDN University biologist studied the aggressive impact of environmental factors (water, salts, and ozone) on ultrathin nanofibers of biopolymers. The results will help choosing suitable bioplastic depending on the use; for example, for medical implants, biodegradable packaging or filters for water cleaning.

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22 Jul
RUDN mathematician builds a COVID-19 spread model — it shows how vaccination affects pandemic

RUDN University mathematicians built a model of COVID-19 spreading based on two regression models. The mathematicians divided the countries into three groups, depending on the spreading rate and on the climatic conditions, and found a suitable mathematical approximation for each of them. Based on the model, the mathematicians predicted the subsequent waves. The forecast was accurate in countries where mass vaccination was not introduced.

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21 Jul
Green Suburbs Can Be More Harmful to Urban Residents Than City Centers, Say Soil Scientists from RUDN University

Soil scientists from RUDN University confirmed that traditional approaches to monitoring of urban soil pollution ignore actual risks for urban residents because they don’t take into consideration the barrier function of the soil. The team used Moscow as an example to show that not only polluted downtown districts but also recreational parks and forest zones can pose a threat to people. This is due to the fact that the barrier functions of the soil are weaker in green suburbs, making it unable to withstand even the slightest pollution.