Skoltech Digest 24/09/2019-07/10/2019

Dear Skoltech community, we would be glad to receive news on your publications, interviews and achievements.

Georgy Bazykin and his colleagues from the U.S. discovered a new factor that controls the evolution of the influenza virus and helps it to bypass the collective immunity of humans, birds and mammals. Read on TASSNaked


Ivan Oseledets in “Dom Uchenykh” (“The House of Scientists” ) TV show. Watch on Kultura TV Channel


Artem Oganov and his colleagues from the U.S., Russia, and China have synthesized a “forbidden” compound of cerium and hydrogen — CeH9 — which exhibits superconductivity at a relatively low pressure of 1 million atmospheres. Read onTASSIndicatorN+1Nauka i ZhiznNewInformPoiskNewsVechernyaya,


Ekaterina Khrameeva explains the correlation between the lipid composition of human brain and cognitive abilities.Watch “Chernye dyry. Belye pyatna” (“Black holes. White spots”) TV show on Kultura channel


Skoltech professor Artem Oganov is honored with the Chinese Friendship Award. Read on


Alexander Kuleshov on the professions of the future. Watch on RBC


Valery Ryazanov on quantum computing and death of conventional electronics. Read the interview within the project “The Horizons of Physics” on


Dzmitry Tsetserukou comments on the new strategy, introduced by Skoltech Intelligent Space Robotics laboratory, that enhances interactions between humans and robotic swarms, called SwarmTouch. Read on TechxploreInComplience


New joint laboratory of integrated photonics and new materials presented at Skoltech. Read on CNews


Tatyana Podladchikova, Elena Petrova, Galina Chikunova, Natalya Glazkova in the project “Space weather and space technology”. Listen at


Dmitry Koroteev on the prospects of artificial intelligence in oil and gas production. Read on Stimul


Skoltech Ph.D. student, Olga Kraevaya in collaboration with researchers from Russian and foreign research centers have discovered a new reaction that helps combat flu viruses, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), herpes simplex virus (HSV), and cytomegalovirus (CMV). Read on Phys.orgEurekAlert!TheLatestLifeTechnologyTASSRTRiafan.rupopmech.ruIzvestiaRIAMO, newsMedicalNezavisimaya GazetaPlanetTodayiReactor


Alexander Kvashnin and Artem Oganov in “Nauka” TV show. Watch on Rossiya 24

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