Science in Soviet Russia papers presented at Congress of American-Soviet friendship, New York City. November 7, 1943, under the auspices of the National Council of American-Soviet friendship. by Congress of American-Soviet Friendship (2nd 1943 New York, N.Y.).

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LC ClassificationsQ127 R6 C6 1943
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GENERAL HISTORIES The best overview in English of the history of science in Russia before is Alexander Vucinich’s two-volume study Science in Russian Culture (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford Univ. Press,).

A treatment of the Soviet period, somewhat incomplete in its coverage, is Zhores Medvedev, Soviet Science (New York: Norton, ). Laureates. The following are laureates who were citizens of Russia/Soviet Union at the time of receiving the tes: by subject, Chemistry, Economics.

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Intelligentsia Science: The Russian Century, –, OSIRIS 23 (), edited by Michael D. Gordin. The introductory part of this book briefly describes the popularity of mathematics in Soviet Russia.

It touches on Russian mathematical circles and generally how society in Russia took to mathematics in a good way. A particular passage caught my eyes: "The Math Movement had its Grandmasters, who were highly esteemed. Brothers Arkady and Boris Strugatsky were at the heart of Soviet science fiction; reviewer Juan Vidal says The Dead Mountaineer's Inn is less edgy than some of their work, but still a must-read.

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The center of this research is the Institute of the History of Science and Technology of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, located in Moscow. The stream of Russo-Ukrainian war literature published in Russia at the end of the s—both speculative fiction and conspiracy-theory nonfiction—alarmed Ukrainian politician Arsen Avakov Author: Cathy Young.

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