Four international mathematical centers and three centers on world-class genomic studies are due to be set up in Russia in 2020, according to information on national projects, published on the government’s website on Monday, Trend reports referring to TASS. In 2021, three world-class scientific centers are scheduled to be created to conduct researches and developments on priority scientific and technological areas. By 2024, three national biological resource network centers should start operating in the country. According to this information, St. Petersburg will host the 29th World Mathematic Congress in 2022. In two years, technologies developed under this national project will be implemented in organizations working in the real sector of economy. The Science national project, developed in line with May decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin, is due to be fulfilled between October 2018 and 2024. By 2024, Russia should be ranked among top five major countries carrying out … [Read more...] about Russia to create national world-class scientific centers by late 2024
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One of the agreements was signed with the well-known restaurant holding company Bellini Group in the Krasnoyarsk Territory; the partner in the other agreement signed in absentia is the world-famous Institut Paul Bocuse (France). The agreements will help launch a unique education program to train chefs and restaurateurs in world standards for the first time in the Russian higher education market. © Screenshot/Drastic‘I Don't Even F**king Know You': McDonald's Employee Flings Phone at Customer After Being Spat On (VIDEO)Graduates will earn a degree from Institut Paul Bocuse, an educational institution bearing the name of its founder, recognized as the best chef of the 20th century. Due to full compliance with Russian state standards in this area the program will allow graduates to obtain a state Russian diploma. Representatives of Institut Paul Bocuse, Bellini Group and SFU will … [Read more...] about World Class Restaurateurs to Be Trained In Siberia
New Delhi (Sputnik) — Sergey Kidisyuk, General Manager of Aeroflot India says 2017 was a record-setting year for the Moscow-Delhi route with Aeroflot carrying almost 290,000 passengers, a 50% year-on-year increase. In an interview with Sputnik, Kidisyuk said that the legacy of six decades of partnership, six decades of connecting our respective capital cities, six decades of bringing Russia and India closer together is something Aeroflot is proud of and looks forward to continuing to build upon. Sputnik: What is the India focus for Aeroflot? Sergey Kidisyuk: On August 18 Aeroflot celebrates 60 years of flying between Russia and India. Our focus is on providing a world-class offering for passengers traveling between Russia and India — whether for business or leisure. Aeroflot transit passengers connecting between India and Europe enjoy the shortest airtime and … [Read more...] about Aeroflot India Focuses on Providing World-Class Service for Passengers
England and Belgium battle it out for top spot in their group on Thursday as the remaining teams at the World Cup digest Germany's astonishing exit from the tournament in Russia. Both sides -- packed with Premier League talent -- have sailed through Group G, winning their two games and are now in the curious situation of weighing up whether they even want to top the section. Their battle in Kaliningrad follows the dramatic exit of Joachim Loew's 2014 winners, who finished rock bottom of their group after a 2-0 defeat to South Korea, the final humiliation after a campaign that never caught fire. Loew, who led his side to glory against Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil, refused to be drawn on his future in the immediate aftermath of Wednesday's result. Despite a huge scare for Lionel Messi's Argentina, who needed a late goal from Marcos Rojo to edge through to the knockout phase on Tuesday, all of the tournament's remaining big guns are through to the last 16 in Russia. … [Read more...] about England, Belgium battle for top spot after Germany World Cup shock
Martin Rogers USA TODAY Published 10:51 p.m. UTC Jun 27, 2018 MOSCOW — It is a funny thing, favoritism. At any time really, and especially at the World Cup. We talk about favorites in sports and the reasons for that status is so often that it seems like the tag conveys a mythical benefit. Like an extra injection of pace into a player’s legs or, in the World Cup, a one-goal head-start. In truth, that’s rarely – if ever – the case, with the burden of expectation more often serving as a weighted jacket. On Wednesday, Germany became the latest team to turn favoritism into a fallacy, ending its campaign more than two weeks sooner than it thought it would, with the ignominy of a last-place finish in Group F, behind Sweden, Mexico and South Korea. Such an outcome barely seemed possible a year ago, when the Germans sliced through the Confederations Cup with what amounted to a reserve team, nor at the start of this month, when it selected … [Read more...] about With champion Germany out, who’s the World Cup ‘favorite’ now?