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Moscow State University to Open Space Research Department

The Rector of Lomonosov Moscow State University Viktor Sadovnichy announced the creation of a new space research department

‘Hakasha’ and ‘Karachay-Cherkesha’ Tell American Kids About Russia

An American educational project created a cartoon clip that explains the geographical and federal structure of Russia to English-speaking children

Moscow to Offer Free Guided Tours on Arbat Street

Free guided tours around the district will be conducted along the Arbat for Muscovites and tourists

‘I’ve Always Dreamt of Becoming a Reporter in Russia’

A Chinese journalist on Altai honey, Pasternak and Moscow's confusing addresses

TV Host Vladimir Posner to Hold Russia's First English Dictation Event

Moscow will host “Spell Well,” an English dictation event that is part of the UK-Russia Year of Language and Literature

Putin Aims to Attract Best Scientists to Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that the country needs to attract the best scientific minds from around the globe

Moscow State University Included in QS Graduate Employability Rankings

Moscow State University has made it into the Global Graduate Employability rankings compiled by the Quacquarelli Symonds research centre

Are Russian Schools Still Hell?

The thoughts of a journalist who became a teacher

MSU Rector: ‘Success Is Not Limited to Business’

Victor Sadovnichiy on the Moscow State University Science Festival and how it became a national phenomenon

‘Medvedev Understands What the Internet Is’

Founder of Wikipedia Jimmy Wales delivered a lecture in Moscow

The Bermuda Rectangle

A photographer found out what Russian women carry about in their handbags

55 Russian Institutions Among Top BRICS Universities

The annual QS BRICS-2016 rating, ranking the top higher education institutions of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, includes 55 Russian universities

The Debutante's Battalion

What it is like to live in a boarding school for girls run by the Russian Ministry of Defence

MSU Scientists to Create Exoskeleton for People Who Suffered Stroke

Russian scientists are developing an exoskeleton that would quickly restore limb movement and speech of stroke sufferers

Every School-leaver’s Dream

Tomsk Polytechnic University: the key to a successful career

Satellites From Soda Cans

Russian school students battle in a competition to launch can-sized satellites in Moscow suburbs

Moscow Institute Wins Smartmoto Engineering Contest

A team from Moscow Polytechnic University came top of the overall standings at the Smartmoto Challenge engineering contest in Barcelona

Russia and Its Attitude to Wealth


How the country changed its perceptions of entrepreneurs

Over 120,000 Foreigners Want to Learn Russian

A total of 125 million people are currently studying Russian abroad, according to research from Alexander Pushkin State Institute

UK to Unveil Joseph Brodsky Monument

A sculpture of Joseph Brodsky, the Russian Nobel Prize-winning poet, will be unveiled at Keele University, in the English county of Staffordshire.

‘You Need to Push Yourself, Make Your Own Mistakes’

A Moscow schoolboy talks about life, robotics and his winning of the “junior Nobel Prize”

Making Time Work for You

How Tomsk Polytechnic University celebrated its anniversary