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Vladimir Putin Awarded Young Scientists in Kremlin

Established in 2008, this year the annual prize is awarded to young scientists and professionals for contribution to advancing Russian science, for creating new equipment and technology that can boost the innovative development of the economy…

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Polar bear invasion in Novaya Zemlya archipelago caused by seasonal migration

The appearance of polar bears in human settlements of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, which triggered a state of emergency in the region, has been caused…

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Russian Popular Front Proposes Copper Quarry Reclamation to Fight Pollution in Sibay

The republican headquarters of the Russian Popular Front proposes a comprehensive program for the reclamation of sulfur-containing waste dumps in an unexploited copper mine for…

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Seal-cull Ecological Problem

Recent calls to cull B.C. seal and sea lions in the name of protecting salmon reminds me of my Alberta childhood, when I was led…

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Chelyabinsk Citizen Protest ‘Black Sky’ Air Pollution

Residents of Chelyabinsk are expressing worry over industrial pollution after heavy smog enveloped the Ural Mountains city this month and remained for two weeks. On…

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Vladimir Putin Shares Insights on New Russian Hypersonic Weapon

Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw a test Wednesday of a new hypersonic glide vehicle, declaring that the weapon is impossible to intercept and will ensure…

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Nornickel Begins to Align With Ecology

The 7th Ecological forum was held in one of the northern Russian cities – Murmansk on 15th and 16th of November. Nornickel, a Russian mining…

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The Siberian Unicorn: Magical Story of a True Mammal

A mysterious shaggy giant species of rhinoceros — named the Siberian unicorn due to its enormous single horn — turns out to have survived in…

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