On February 12, within the framework of the Year of Science and Technology, the Scientists to Schools campaign was launched. More than 200 representatives of the academic community – from young scientists to academicians of the Russian Academy of Sciences – will inform students about the latest developments in science and research.
Topical issues to be discussed:
How was the Russian coronavirus vaccine created?
What is the way to see the Universe and “make friends” with neutrinos?
What are modern batteries made of?
These issues and many others will be covered in the course of the event.
Moscow and Moscow Region, the Trans-Baikal Territory, the Stavropol Territory, Orenburg, Volgograd, Sverdlovsk and Rostov Regions, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the Republic of Tatarstan and other regions of Russia have joined the action.
The organizers of the All-Russian Scientists to Schools event are the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia, the Russian Union of Rectors (RUR) with the support of the NAUKA 0+ project.