It's funny, but in 2020 the upcoming cyberpunk features become more and more visible. The global pandemic has exacerbated national and social conflicts. Severe quarantine according to the Chinese model, with movement control and drones tracking negligent citizens, makes us recall the most worthy dystopian examples.
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These and other interesting news on interdisciplinary collaboration in the world are on the web-site pi-sphere.ru
Since January 2020, the INNO-MIR company became a member of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
This membership confirms the status of the company as a reliable partner, ready for active cooperation. We hope that membership in the Chamber will help us become closer to new potential partners and clients.
The INNO-MIR team wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy 2020 Year!
Thank you for the successful cooperation this year. We are looking forward to meet you again, get new work and new experience.
We wish you professional prosperity, well-being and harmony!
In the course of the NAUKA 0+ all-Russian festival, Thomas Lindahl, the Nobel Laureate in Chemistry in 2015 visited Saint Petersburg. On September 16, he spoke at Saint Petersburg State University, where he talked about his research of DNA “repair” and probable causes of cancers in humans.
An extensive cultural programme was prepared for the eminent guest, organised by INNO-MIR.
Swedish-British biochemist Thomas Lindahl shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2015 with his American colleagues, Aziz Sancar and Paul Modrich for studying DNA repair mechanisms. Scientists have discovered a mechanism by which cells find errors in the genome and correct them, using the damaged DNA chain as a sample.
You can learn more about lecture of Thomas Lindahl at university on the Saint Petersburg State University website.
For the fourth time, INNO-MIR is a co-organiser of the International Academy of Autoimmunity, the largest educational event in Russia for doctors who want to learn more about autoimmune diseases.
Academy was held on the basis of St. Petersburg State University. More than 600 participants from Russia and foreign countries: doctors, scientists, postgraduate students and students of specialised universities took part in the event. Renowned scientists and clinicians presented their reports, talking about causes, mechanisms and latest advances in the treatment and prevention of ailments that affect every tenth person in the world and can effect all organs and systems, from the skin to the higher parts of the brain.
More details are on the event website.
INNO MIR together with the teenage youth club of Petrodvorets district became the organisers of the ecological campaign “Clean district” on September 28, 2019 in the territory of the Red Pond.
About 200 students from Lomonosovsky and Petrodvorets districts took out the rubbish left by residents over the summer. Participants not only improved the park but also fought for prizes. During the cleaning, students got points. Points were awarded for cleaning the territory and participation in the quiz on knowledge of the recycling solid household waste.In a few hours of cleaning, we managed to clean the main recreation area along the Red Pond and collect more than 50 kg of garbage.
On September 6, in St. Petersburg, an open lecture was held by CERN Director-General Fabiola Gianotti, and the INNO-MIR company was one of its organizers. The visit of Fabiola Gianotti took place at the 27th European School of High Energy Physics (ESHEP2019) (September 04-17, 2019) in St. Petersburg. These Schools are held alternately in one of the participating countries of the two largest international scientific organizations: the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN, Geneva) and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR, Dubna). The CERN director’s meeting with the general public continued with questions and round-table discussions on the role of fundamental science in the development of modern society.
The meeting was attended by JINR Director V. A. Matveev, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, V. A. Rubakov, Deputy Secretary-General and Head of the Nuclear Physics Section of the Physical Sciences Division, RAS Academician, G. V. Trubnikov, First Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education, Vice-Rector for Research, St. Petersburg State University Professor S. V. Mikushev, students of the School, researchers and students of higher educational institutions of St. Petersburg, high school students.
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