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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30 Jan
RUDN University Chemists Create Substances for Supramolecules Self-assembly

RUDN University chemists derived molecules that can assemble into complex structures using chlorine and bromine halogen atoms. They bind to each other as “velcro” — chlorine “sticks” to bromine, and vice versa. As a result supramolecules are assembled from individual molecules. The obtained substances will help to create supramolecules with catalytic, luminescent, conducting properties.

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20 Jan
RUDN University chemist creates nanocatalysts for vanillin synthesis

RUDN University chemist proposed a new method to create catalysts on a porous silicon matrix with metal nanoparticles. Efficient catalysts for organic reactions are obtained, for example, for the synthesis of vanillin, which is in demand in the food and perfume industry.

Science
16 Jan
RUDN University Linguist: Intimidation and Military Rhetoric in the Media during the Pandemic Make People Pessimistic

When talking about COVID-19, television, newspapers, magazines, and social media turn to battle metaphors that make the fight against the pandemic feel like a war. Also, the coronavirus is often discussed in an excessively alarming and threatening tone. This problem is so acute that there is even the term for that — infodemia. It describes the panic in the media and social networks. A linguist of RUDN University studied how such a language affects the notions of people regarding COVID-19.