Skoltech Digest 10/02/2020-24/02/2020

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

19/02/2020
Scientists from the Skoltech Center for Energy Science and Technology (CEST) and the Institute for Problems of Chemical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences have developed a novel approach for preparing thin semiconductor fullerene films. Read on EurekAlert!, Phys.org, Indicatorrusargument.ru
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19/02/2020
Skoltech scientists will use artificial intelligence to search for metastases in the lymph nodes. Read on knife-media
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16/02/2020
Aleksandr Kuleshov comments on MIT decision to extend its partnership with Skoltech. Watch on RT, read on www.wgbh.org
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16/02/2020
Ighor Uzhinsky in Gamburgsky Schet TV show. Watch on OTR
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14/02/2020
Andrey Ivanov on the future of neural processors. Watch on PostNauka
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13/02/2020
Georgy Bazykin on сoronavirus. Watch on RT, read on trv-science.ru, kp.ru
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13/02/2020
Pavlos Lagoudakis and his colleagues made a breakthrough in understanding nonlinear physics of the strong interaction of organic molecules with light. Read on Phys.orgKommersantIndicator, Naked Sciencenanonewsnet.rurscf.ruazooptics.com
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13/02/2020
Zaryadye’s wild urbanism and Skoltech rings: architecture of the future in Moscow. Read on mos.ru
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12/02/2020
Through a collaboration between the quantum optics research laboratories at Moscow State University, led by Sergey Kulik, and members of Skoltech’s Deep Quantum Laboratory of CPQM, led by Jacob Biamonte, the scientists have successfully applied machine learning to reconstruct quantum properties of optical systems. Read on EurekAlert!, photonics.com, Phys.org, Indicatorscientificrussia.ru
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12/02/2020
Skoltech scientists have calculated a formula for a short protein molecule, capable of suppressing many forms of clinical depression without causing serious side effects.  The researchers used the “Zhores” supercomputer and artificial intelligence. Read on TASS, Indicator, Naked ScienceGMP Newsneuronovosti.ru, futurerussia.gov
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12/02/2020
Iskander Akhatov on factors restraining Russian science. Watch on Moskva 24
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12/02/2020 Russia plans to build multiple new supercomputers across the country. One of Russia’s supercomputers – “Zhores” was unveiled in Skoltech in early January last year. Read on newsweek.com
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