Russia and Japan join forces on biomedical research

Russia and Japan join forces on biomedical research

April 5, 2013 Vladimir Tikhomirov, Ogoniok magazine

Doctors expect a global breakthrough in medicine: Patients will no longer need donors, because all organs will be grown in test tubes. World-renowned Russian scientist Konstantin Agladze tells Ogonyok about his work in this field

Meteorite falls on fertile soil of modern phobias

Meteorite falls on fertile soil of modern phobias

March 1, 2013 Vladimir Tikhomirov, Sergei Melnikov, Kirill Zhurenkov, Ogoniok magazine

The Chelyabinsk meteorite not only caused millions in damage and injured over a thousand of people, but it also awoke a new phobia in people’s minds

Discovering the Russian Atlantis

Discovering the Russian Atlantis

July 4, 2012 Vladimir Tikhomirov, Dmitry Karabelnikov, Ogoniok

At the Svetloyar Lake near Nizhny Novgorod, archaeologists have found traces of an unknown medieval settlement that became a prototype for Kitezh, the “Russian Atlantis”

The future belongs to composites

The future belongs to composites

December 5, 2011 Vladimir Tikhomirov, The Ogoniok magazine

Galen, an innovative family-owned company in the city of Cheboksary, has achieved commercial success by exporting its technology to the West. Its owners Valery Nikolaev and his older son Yevgeny spoke to “Ogoniok” magazine about its prospects

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