Francisco has been living (and dying) in Lisbon, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Istanbul, Madrid and now in Berlin. He has been awarded with several scholarships at different universities and has got a master’s degree in “International Economy, Cooperation and Development”. During the last five years he has also worked as a journalist.
The scientific community have mobilised to save the threatened Pavlovks Experimental Station, which hosts a gene bank in the outskirts of St Petersburg. The facility holds genetic plant material - 90% of their plant seeds can not be found anywhere else in the world. Read more [...]
Russian history advances in concentric circles - repeating the same mistakes (or courageous attempts). Once more the Russian government believes that lust and money is enough to realise the qualitative changes that the Russia economy needs. Read more [...]
Grigory Perelman is the man who refused a million dollar prize awarded by the Clay Mathematics Institute in Cambridge for proving the Poincaré conjecture, a century-old conundrum about the characteristics of three-dimensional spheres, regarded by mathematicians as a holy grail for its important implications for mathematics and cosmology. Read more [...]
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