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RUDN students take care of nature!

RUDN students take care of nature!

As an activist of the Scientific Student Society Lyubov Kolpakova together with the RUDN Law Institute proves that liquidation of hazardous substances without harming nature is possible.

Do you know what tailing dumps are? That is where the polluting wastes of chemical plants are contained. However, the register of units that have a negative impact on the environment does not include information about the class of hazard of facilities and their construction characteristics. This significantly reduces the efficiency and safety of liquidation work at a hazardous industrial facility.

Luybov Kolpakova, a third-year student, used the example of the Chelyabinsk and Pskov regions to study the Russian legislative framework on this issue and concluded that the storage facilities are disposed of incorrectly.

What can we make so the disposal of hazardous waste does not pose a threat to the environment? Luybov suggests making changes to the provisions for the demolition and disposal of hazardous substances and facilities.

Imagine that all objects will be disposed of without any harm to the environment. Objects that have a negative impact on the environment occur when the business entity that caused environmental damage did not eliminate them in a timely and complete manner. If there is no way to find the person responsible for the damage caused, the state is forced to take responsibility for the elimination of these objects.

“Humanity is increasingly confronted with global environmental problems on which our lives directly depend. Legal regulation is now becoming one of the most effective mechanisms for controlling humanity’s impact on the environment. This fact is the reason for my interest in the topic. This study illustrates one of the possible ways to combat environmental threats,” Luybov comments.

30 Jan 2018
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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30 Dec 2020
In 2017, RUDN University scientists constructed a new explicit second-order precision difference scheme using modern computer algebra methods for 2-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations (NSE) [1]. This year, our mathematicians used a new scheme [2] to construct a numerical solution to the Cauchy problem with initial data (for t=0) as satisfying the continuity equation. Scientists managed to achieve previously unattainable accuracy of the continuity equation.
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26 Dec 2022
This is the main success of the year in my scientific field: the young scientist of RUDN University Alena Devyaterikova is the owner of the medal of the Russian Academy of Education

Alena Devyaterikova is the first in our country to study the features of the development of cognitive and visual-motor functions in preschool children who have had oncology. For this research, a researcher at the Laboratory of Neuropsychology of the Research Institute for Brain Development and Higher Achievements of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia became a laureate of the Medal of the Russian Academy of Education “Young Scientist for Success in Science”. The award ceremony took place on November 24 at the press center of the Russia Today media group.

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26 Dec 2022
RUDN Science Festival at Expocentre

RUDN University took part in the exposition of the Moscow NAUKA 0+ Festival at the Expocentre, the largest popular science platform in 2022 in terms of the number of activities. The University was represented by the Faculty of Science, the Agrarian and Techological Institute, the Institute of Ecology, the Institute of Biochemical Technology and Nanotechnology, the Medical Institute, the Higher School of Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship, and the university admissions team.

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26 Dec 2022
So much to see and learn! Science Festival at RUDN University

October 8, RUDN University students and 800 schoolchildren set off on a journey through the diverse world of university science. 2 halls, 11 classrooms and a co-working zone — the Science Festival was all over the main building. In addition to the traditional interactive exhibition, RUDN researchers held 26 new format events: short half-hour non-stop master classes.

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