Video: 13 Lectures Of Young Russian Scientists About Science

The team of the publishing house “Paper Media” prepared for a selection of videos recorded in the framework of the popular science show Science Slam. The format of the show involves concise presentations of young scientists from different fields of science. Microbiology, physics, robotics, psychology and mathematics. Physicist Denis Prokuratov says, as the laser technology helps to restore art objects to determine their authenticity. Alexey Knorre, Junior researcher of the Institute of law in EUSP, tells how the interior Ministry and FSKN struggling with drugs and how effectively they do it.

Researcher of the Department of Microbiology of the biological faculty of Moscow state University Andrey Shestakov tells how to use bacteria from the waste make electricity. Artem Rehlov, graduate student, laboratory of robotics, RTC, says, what is robotics, why make them chainable and can robotics be extreme. Ilya Zakharov, researcher of the laboratory of age psychogenetics, psychological Institute of RAO, talks about whether it is possible to inherit mathematical ability and who are afraid of mathematics. Vasily klucharev talks about what the eyes of a predator, what can you learn about a person by the pupil and how smiling affects life expectancy. Physicist Andrey Seryakov tells how now it is possible to study collisions of particles with large energies than the LHC as high energy physics studies the structure of distant galaxies and distant galaxies can tell us about interactions of elementary particles and the Big Bang.

Psychologist Vitaliy vasyanovych tells you to learn with high accuracy to detect lies, how effectively do judges and investigators and the research methods of lie detection exist. One of the mineralogists quoted theorists in the world Artem Oganov explains how to create pre-existing connections without a laboratory, is it possible to make the material harder than diamond and why school chemistry textbooks will soon have to be completely rewritten. Microbiologist Andrey Shestakov tells how much bacteria control human behavior why not all people can be vegetarian and how the future will look like astronaut food. In the body of every person living hundreds of trillions of bacteria. Their study is one of the main tasks of modern biology.

Doctor of biological Sciences, Professor and member of the Academia Europaea Mikhail Gelfand talks through some of the methods for studying microorganisms and how bacteria can be used in medicine. The development of computer technology based on the transmission of information by means of an electrical signal at an impasse. Physicist Maxim Scherbakov says, what technology will replace electricity by 2020 and what problems can solve the supercomputers of the future. Psychologist Igor Utochkin tells how human perception works and what is a “dead zone of attention”. Send your column about how our world will change, [email protected]

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