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International scientific seminar «Alternatives for World Economic Development»

International scientific seminar «Alternatives for World Economic Development»

On the 2nd of October Moscow State University hosted the first seminar of a series of international scientific events «Alternatives for World Economic Development». The organizers of the event were the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Moscow School of Economics of Moscow State University, the Center for International Collaboration in Economic Research (RUDN University).

Scientists specializing in ensuring financial stability in Russia and abroad took part at the seminar. Among them were: Reiner Martin (Lead Economist of the Joint Vienna Institute), Mikhail Stolbov (Doctor of Economics, Head of the Department of Applied Economics at MGIMO) and Gayane Oganesyan (Associate Professor of the Institute of Economics, RAS ). Mikhail Golovnin (Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Economics, First Deputy Director of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences).

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The conference on international arbitration, where law students from European universities simulate court proceedings and alternately defend the interests of the respondent and the orator.
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RUDN scientists Samvel Apresyan and Alexander Stepanov were awarded Rospatent’s Gold Medal of honor "For the Good of Russia".

On January 21, 2021, the ceremony of awarding was held in the The Moscow Digital Business Space

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The Day of Russian Science in RUDN

Being a scientist means creating a better future for the country and the world! RUDN scientists set ambitious goals for themselves, conduct advanced scientific research, make discoveries and bring Russian technologies to foreign markets. They have at their disposal more than 200 laboratories with modern high—tech equipment. Every year, RUDN holds more than 150 international scientific events, and university scientists patent about 100 new developments. Advances in research — from new cancer treatments to “cleaning up” space debris — are designed to improve human life.

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RUDN researchers have prepared for publication a special issue ‘THE FUTURE OF MATHEMATICAL COSMOLOGY’ of the world’s oldest scientific journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (Proceedings of the British Academy of Sciences)

At the suggestion of the Royal Society, for the first time in history, scientists of a Russian university — from the Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology of RUDN, Professors Spiros Cotsakis (Greece) and Alexander P. Yefremov (Russia) — were invited as responsible editors and authors of a special thematic issue “The Future of Mathematical Cosmology” of the scientific journal Philosophical Transactions (series A, quartile Q1).

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