Modern science and engineering with Ivan Stepanyan

Academician Elena Korneva: Neuroimmune dialogue ways

Elena Andreevna Korneva is the Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Chief Researcher and Scientific Advisor in the General Pathology and Pathophysiology Department of the Institute of Experimental Medicine.

She is one of the founders of a new scientific discipline— neuroimmunophysiology, the development of which was largely initiated by her …

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Igor Yavelov on pulse wave mysteries: What is behind the cardiac signals mechanics

Igor Samuilovich Yavelov—Doctor of Technical Sciences, Leading Researcher, Laboratory of Biomechanical Systems Research, Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of RAS. In the period from 1997 to 2009, he was awarded 12 diplomas and medals for inventions at international salons and European world exhibitions (Geneva, Paris, Brussels).

Igor Samuilovich studies the amplitude fibre-optic measuring systems characteristics using probe …

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A study by the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country explores the motivations associated with the self

A study by the UPV/EHU’s Department of Social Psychology and Behavioural Science Methodology establishes that all the motivations associated with the self are basic, and that people react differently depending on which motivation has come under threat, reports the University.

In psychology the word self refers in general to self-concept, in other words, to the beliefs, …

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A study by the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country establishes 12 former coastlines under the sea off the Basque coast

The UPV/EHU’s Department of Mineralogy and Petrology explores the rocky, undersea, coastal platforms of the Quaternary to study the formation of the underwater landscape in the past. This research by the UPV/EHU has been published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Earth Science, reports the University.

Major climate changes leading to great fluctuations in sea levels …

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The world’s first optoelectronic fuzzy controller was developed, Aleksey Averkin from the Computing Center named after A. A. Dorodnitsyn

Averkin Aleksey Nikolaevich is Leading Researcher of the Computing Center named after A.A. Dorodnitsyn of the “Informatics and Management” Federal Research Center of RAS under the guidance of Academician I. A. Sokolov, Associate Professor, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, Head of the Center for Artificial Intelligence of Dubna University, Leading Researcher at the Laboratory of …

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Alexander Saveliev: The difference between living and inanimate is established objectively

Alexander Viktorovich Savelyev (date of birth 03/06/1958). Specialization: biomechanics and medical equipment (52 patents for inventions and useful models, three certificates for computer programs registration), neurocybernetics, neurobiology, measuring equipment, anthropology, Health Science, nervous system simulation (36 patents for inventions, four certificates for computer programs registration), methods and devices for enhancing the brain capabilities; geophysics; prospecting …

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Vladimir Aristov. Multidimensional space and time: a relational statistical approach and nonequilibrium phenomena kinetic description

Vladimir Vladimirovich Aristov—Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Chief Researcher of the Dorodnicyn Computing Center of Federal Research Center “Computer Science and Control” of Russian Academy of Sciences, professor of the Department of Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems and Optimization of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, as well as the Department of Higher …

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Thermography – the future of the medicine, Roman Garskov believes

Roman Valeryevich Garskov—Business Development Director, Institute of Integrative Thermography LLC.

Thermal imagers are passive-type optical-electronic devices and they provide the ability to observe slightly heated objects by their thermal radiation in the infrared spectrum by converting radiation invisible to the human eye into an electrical signal that is amplified and automatically processed, and then it is …

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