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What makes them forsake their families and spend long months in isolated, Spartan cabins perched along the shores of the Baltic? The birds, of course. It’s all about the birds.
Russian national energy company Rosneft has begun a project to create a database of genomes of Russians, which is definitely something a state-held corporation should be doing.
Russia's “Promobot” is more efficient than the teacher with eyes in the back of her head.
Russia announces "Sputnik Light," the not-actually-low-cal version of their Sputnik V vaccine.
Russian authorities are planning to make laws that computers can understand and, by extension, adjudicate.
Russian scientists are attempting to bring tea cultivation to more Northern regions of the country.
The director of Roscosmos uses the organization's website to distribute his latest hits.
A leading Russian journalist has put together research from foreign institutions to make an interesting claim.
This week, officials make outrageous demands, maps cost a man his job, and science meets geopolitics.
This week, astronauts find some relief, citizens share their shame, and the dangers of sugar may finally be made public.
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