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Ecomobile designed and built by school boy from Belarus Ekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metal Processing Plant Russian mathematician Grigori Perelman

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December 15, 2011. December 14,2011. Grodno,Belarus. Alexander Kozlov, 11th class school boy from Grodno city of Belarus designed and built two seat ecomobile. The vehicle is built of glass-fiber reinforced plastic (fiberglass). The maximum speed of ecomobile is 35km per hour and it claims 100km range on a single charge of accumulator. Pictured: Alexander Kozlov drives his vehicle in Grodno.

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October 28, 2011. Ekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metal Processing Plant.The plant was standing at the beginning of precious metals refining in Russia producing gold and platinum ingots for banks and was the first enterprise in Russia that began to produce technical products of precious metals. Pictured: October 20,2011.Ekaterinburg,Russia. Gold and platinum (r) ingots produced at Ekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metal Processing Plant.

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October 10, 2011. October 04,2011. St.Petersburg,Russia. Pictured: Russian mathematician Grigori Perelman walking along Nevsky prospekt (avenue)of St.Petersburg. The Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI) announced that Dr. Grigoriy Perelman (pictured) of St. Petersburg, Russia, is the recipient of the Millennium Prize for resolution of the Poincaré conjecture.
American astronauts Edwin Jacob Garn and Pamela Ann Melroy in St.Petersburg The Scientific Research Institute of Nuclear Reactors Production of biopharmaceuticals

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September 09, 2011. September 07,2011.St.Petersburg,Russia. Pictured: American astronaut Pamela Ann Melroy when meeting russian school children while visiting secondary school #531 of St.Petersburg. Astronaut Pamela Ann Melroy is a delegate of ASE XXIV Planetary Congress held in Russia.

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September 06, 2011. September 02,2011.Dimitrovgrad,Ulyanovsk region of Russia. The Scientific Research Institute of Nuclear Reactors (NIIAR or RIAR) at Dimitrovgrad, Russia.The institute houses eight nuclear research reactors: SM, Arbus (ACT-1), MIR.M1, RBT-6, RBT-10 / 1, RBT-10 / 2, BOR-60 and VK-50. There is the largest complex for post-irradiation examinations of nuclear reactor core components, irradiated specimens and irradiated fuel samples in Europe. RIAR has got facilities for research work in the field of nuclear fuel cycle, radiochemical unit and radioactive waste management complex. Pictured: reactor hall ; scientific research.

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August 31, 2011. Production of biopharmaceuticals at Pharmapark pharmaceutical manufacturing company in Moscow. Pictured:Pharmapark LLC laboratory with portrait of President Dmitry Medvedev on the desk. Pharmapark LLC is a pharmaceutical manufacturing company engaged in development, trials, manufacturing and sales of recombinant biopharmaceuticals in the form of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) and finished dosage forms.
MAKS 2011 - International Aviation & Space Salon Professor Andrew Blake at Microsoft Research summer school of Moscow University Marussia sportcar - first russian supercar

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August 17, 2011. August 16,2011.Zhukovsky town of Moscow region,Russia. Pictured: MAKS 2011 - International Aviation & Space Salon. The Antonov ÀN-158 Passenger Aircraft.

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August 02, 2011. July 28,2011. Moscow,Russia. Pictured: Professor Andrew Blake, Managing Director of Microsoft Research Cambridge at the opening lecture of Microsoft Research summer school in Moscow University.

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July 14, 2011. July 13,2011.Moscow,Russia.Pictured: First russian supercar Marussia sportcar. In September 2010 Russian Marussia sport supercars have gone on sale in Moscow for around 100000 euros. The car will be offered for sale in most of continental Europe and the Near East.The company also hopes to begin exports to both the US and UK shores.
Construction of Gas pipeline Sakhalin - Khabarovsk - Vladivostok Schneider Elektric plant opened in Russia New yacht for Russian President Dmitry Medvedev

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July 05, 2011. Construction works of Gas pipeline Sakhalin - Khabarovsk - Vladivostok by Gazprom russian natural gas monopoly near city of Khabarovsk.

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July 05, 2011. Schneider Elektric company plant opened in Leningrad region of Russia. Worker at work in the workshop of the plant.

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July 04, 2011. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has organised the Turkish built 53m Proteksan-Turquoise superyacht.The explorer type superyacht, which was originally called Leo Fun, is renamed as yacht Chaika (english:Seagull). The yacht was built by Proteksan-Turquoise and Turquoise Yacht Construction for an Italian businessman and launched back in 2009.Russia has bought the yacht for $40 million. Motor yacht Chaika is a strongly built, go anywhere, trawler or expedition style yacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. She can accommodate 12 guests overnight sleeping with her master suite (on the main deck), VIP stateroom, and three further double cabins and one twin cabin which are located on her lower deck. Pictured: July 3,2011. Sochi harbour,Russia. Chaika motor yacht.
Microsoft`s Craig Mundie lecturing in Moscow Russia`s MIR submersibles will explore Lake Geneva Construction works of the Baltic Nuclear Power Plant in Russia

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June 03, 2011. On May 23rd 2011 Craig Mundie (pictured), Director on Research and Strategy of Microsoft Corp., spoke at the HSE Faculty of Business Informatics. The title of the lecture was ‘More Like Us: Computing Transformed’. The event was organized by the Moscow Highe School of Economics together with Skolkovo Open University and Microsoft Company.

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May 18, 2011. Russia`s MIR submersible vehicles (self-propelled Deep Submergence Vehicle) will explore Lake Geneva.Using Russian MIR submersibles, the elemo scientific program will help us learn more about Lake Geneva. International science teams will explore the abysses of this largest of alpine lakes with the goal of better understanding and protecting it. MIR-1 and MIR-2 submersible vehicles belong to Russian Academy of Sciences. Pictured: preparations of MIR submersible vehicles for transportation to Switzerland from Kaliningrad of Russia.

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April 26, 2011. About a year ago Russia started construction of the Baltic Nuclear Power Plant 13 kilometers south-east of Neman, in Kaliningrad region of Russian Federation. The shutdown of Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant combined with Polish plans to scrap coal-fired generation in compliance with environmental regulation means the Baltic region faces an energy crisis by 2015. Kaliningrad in particular will be isolated from what supplies are available, as the Baltic states have filed applications to de-synchronize themselves from the Russian electricity grid and join the ENTSO-E grid. Pictured: construction works of the Baltic Nuclear Power Plant (also referred as The Kaliningrad Nuclear Power Plant or Baltiiskaya NPP ).
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