8 February 2024. A lecture on “Day of Russian Science”.

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On 8 February 2024, a researcher of the Bolgar Museum-Reserve Vagapov R. Z. held a lecture on “Day of Russian Science” for 27 students of Spassky College of sectoral technologies, dedicated to the Day of Russian Science.
On 8 February 1724, the Academy of Sciences and Arts, the first higher scientific institution of the Russian Empire, was founded in Russia by the decree of the ruling Senate on the order of Peter the Great. In 1925, it was renamed the USSR Academy of Sciences, and in 1991 – the Russian Academy of Sciences. On 7 June 1999, the Day of Russian Science was established by the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation with the date of celebration on 8 February.
At the lesson, the children learnt the history of the holiday, recalled the names of outstanding Russian scientists who made a great contribution to the development of national and world scientific thought: M.V. Lomonosov, I.P. Pavlov, D.I. Mendeleev, K.E. Tsiolkovsky, P.L. Kapitsa, L.D. Landau, I.V. Kurchatov, S.P. Korolev and others. Students recalled the world’s significant scientific discoveries made by our scientists. Russia was the first country where the doctrine of biosphere was developed, the periodic system of chemical elements was discovered, the first artificial satellite was launched into space, the first human space flight was made, the first nuclear power plant was put into operation. In the course of the conversation, the children concluded that science is the main driving force of progress, the most important resource for the development of the national economy, medicine, education and social sphere.


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