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RUDN has summed up the results of a competition of scientific projects in the direction of "Modern Languages"

RUDN has summed up the results of a competition of scientific projects in the direction of "Modern Languages"

The first winner is the project “Linguistic Cultural Identity and Communication Style in Different Socio-Cultural Contexts”, the supervisor is Tatyana Larina (Russia) and the co-director is Daniel Kadar (Institute of Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences).

The goal of the project is to identify and systematize the ethnocultural features of communication of representatives of different cultures in the form of dominant features and communication styles. In the conditions of modern migration turbulence, the search for a solution to the problems of intercultural interaction is important for the migration attractiveness of countries.

The second winner is the project “Functional Dynamics and Representations of Languages and Cultures of Internal and External Migration in an Urban Environment”, scientific advisor is Svetlana Moskvicheva (Russia), co-director is Alain Dominique Vio (France).

The research focuses on group characteristics of migration languages. The goal of the project is to identify and describe the most characteristic signs that determine the dynamics of the languages of migration of a city. The Armenian, Azerbaijani and Tatar communities of Moscow were selected as specific migrant communities. Based on the results of the research, it is planned to predict the future of these languages in the context of modern migration processes.

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The main goal of the RUDN University and UNISDR Office for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction at Incheon (UNISDR ONEA-GETI) cooperation is to obtain knowledge about disaster risk reduction and international experience in this area for creating training courses for basic and additional professional education in RUDN
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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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Lead is one of the most common heavy metals that pollute the environment. The level of lead pollution is constantly growing because of its use in the production of batteries, paints, and fuel. Basically, lead enters the environment through the wastewater of production facilities. From there, it affects the entire ecosystem. One of the ways to purify water from lead is bioremediation. Toxic metal is absorbed by microorganisms that become resistant to it, for example, through increased accumulation of lipids. RUDN University chemist together with colleagues investigated the possibility of using microalgae Chlorella Sorokiniana for bioremediation. Chemists have also shown that the protective mechanisms of algae not only reduce the level of pollution, but also increase the potential of using microorganisms as biofuels.

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RUDN University scientist together with colleagues from Germany for the first time showed the unique possibilities of studying the CD38 protein in mast cells using multiplex immunohistochemistry technologies. The obtained results open up new horizons in the study of the antitumorigenic effects of the tumor microenvironment and the development of promising methods of cancer immunotherapy.

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