All-Russian Science festival NAUKA 0+

The All-Russian Science Festival was held in Moscow from October 12 to 14, 2018. This event, which is attended by leading research centers and laboratories from various industries, contributes to the generation of interdisciplinary ideas and serves to popularize science. The festival included lectures by leading scientists, including lectures by acad. Yuri Oganessian “New superheavy elements in the periodic table”, prof. Artem Oganov “Computer design of new supermaterials” and prof. Vladimir Kekelidze “Challenges of the NICA megaproject” and thematic exhibitions. At the exhibition “Create new materials!” laboratory of coordination chemistry presented models of a levitating train and an electric generator based on 2nd generation high-temperature superconducting tapes and a printer with luminescent ink.

More information about the event, see the official web page.