International students appealed to the Government of Russia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Federal Security Service to let them return to Russia and continue their studies. The level of education is at stake here. A Professor at the University of Madeira (UMa) in this interview explains why Russian universities are still popular worldwide and what career one may build in Europe with a Russian diploma in hand.
The Mining Museum's archives were found to store records on which is based the world's first-ever technique of silicate replica smelting.
The Celestial Empire promptly coped with the second wave of the epidemic and is returning to its previous way of life. How much has it changed? Has unemployment risen? And has the pandemic affected the level of cooperation between scientists from Russia and China? These and other questions Forpost.ru addressed to Xiaowei Feng, a researcher at the State Laboratory of Coal Resources and Safe Mining of the University of Mining and Technology, located in Xuzhou City.
The Mining University's journal, which has turned 113 years old this year, is now recognised internationally.
Indonesia is indeed much more than Bali and its picturesque beaches. Yet very few of us know that in the mouth of one of the country's volcanoes there is a lake of sulphuric acid. Samira Dial Megistra, a student of the Faculty of Oil & Gas Engineering at Saint-Petersburg Mining University, is originally from Indonesia. In this interview, she explained why she went to study abroad, albeit coming from one of the most beautiful countries.
New anti-trust legislation policies and sanctions have led to the situation when supply volumes of Russian pipeline gas have almost reached their limits. The market is growing, but in these circumstances the larger part of the Russian share may be snatched by the US soon. What can be done to avoid it? Or perhaps fighting for the slice of the cake is no longer relevant? After all, many Western politicians and business people keep saying that the fossil-fuel era is over soon, while a switch to renewable energy is only a matter of time.
While earlier using man-operated tractor units to move the components from a warehouse to production facilities, the logistics centre of Kamaz, a largest Russian truck manufacturer, has switched now to the computer-controlled ones. Next on the company’s agenda are driverless dump trucks and electric trucks. But when will goods transportation become a fully robotised process? And how will mining enterprises change in the next few decades, knowing that mining transportation efficiency is one of the key factors affecting production profitability?
Before changing his life drastically and moving to St. Petersburg, Jerson Martínez Parry, a student from Columbia, graduated from the Educational Corporation Indoamericana (Corporación Educativa Indoamericana) and the Institute of Languages and Culture named after Leo Tolstoy (Instituto Cultural León Tolstoy).
Quin Anh Do lived the first 12 years of her life in Yaroslavl. Right away after returning to her historical homeland, the girl began to dream of going back to Russia. What is the reason?
The shortage of engineers is a global problem that has slowed down technological progress all over the world. There is a lack of high-qualified engineers in many countries - Russia, America, Australia, Canada, European countries. Low prestige of the profession and complexity of the educational system are, as cited by experts, the reasons why young people rarely choose an engineering career path.