At the Science 0+ festival they will talk about new materials and the fragility of life

The Science 0+ festival will open in Moscow next weekend. From 7 to 9 October at the sites of Moscow State University named after M.V.

Lomonosov, Russian Academy of Sciences, parkZaryadye, Expocentre, as well as in universities, museums and scientific centers of the city, researchers and representatives of leading technology companies will talk about cutting-edge developments.

The slogan of this year's festival is "Creating the Future".Modern science can not only study the world around us, but also change it, making it more convenient and comfortable for people. How this happens can be found at thematic exhibitions.

The festival program includes eight directions,covering all spectrums of scientific research. Exhibitions dedicated to the Universe, matter, life, energy, health and functioning of the brain, the complexity of the surrounding world and society can be found at the festival sites.

How fragile is life on our planet, whatnew materials and energy sources will appear in the near future, how the human brain works and what will help people live longer, staying healthy and young - scientists will tell about all this.

See with your own eyes the development of Russianscientists, people of different ages, including youth and children, will be able to participate in online and offline events. It is on them that the fate of our country depends, it is no coincidence that the theme of the festival this year sounds like “Creating the Future”. It is important that along with the festival its audience and geography of participants is growing. This year, citizens of the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Uzbekistan will become full participants in the intellectual space of the festival.

Valery Falkov, Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation

The festival takes place annually from October to November.This year, project events can be viewed in 80 regions of Russia at more than 400 venues. Detailed information and current updates are available on the Science 0+ website at the link.

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