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Воробьёва Надежда Яновна, Белова Алина Андреевна -

Science is a part of life of every person, because we all studied it at school and even more in depth and each has his specialty at the University.

Science certainly plays an important role in the modern world, develops medicine, economics, genetics, but in addition the usual and well-known.There new directions of modern science, such as bionics.Scientists combine materials biological and artificial, turning them into full-fledged organs, develops neuroeconomics. The science of how "the brain makes decisions" is a great modern science (cellaret). It is science about "how to move a mind" of a man from his mortal biological brain into an immortal artificial "brain neurocomputer".

New research directions radically change our lives. More recently, no one thought in scientific circles to speak of the immortality. Today it is the norm.

Russia has made very important discoveriesover the last twenty years, for example, the Siberian archaeologists have discovered a third species of man, also have discovered subglacial lake in Antarctica. A great Russian device HEND has proved on Mars at the poles and at mid-latitudes there are subsurface ice reserves. All of these discoveries give us not only new knowledge and the foundation for new studies, but understanding that the Universe is still very much unknown, undiscovered and unexplored by man.

In conclusion I want to say that the modern Russian science is not developing at the fastest pace, but retains its position on the world’s stage, full of bold modern trends and discoveries and I am confident that our generation will serve to further its development.

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 Siberian State Aerospace University


VII -th International



Practical Conference


"Modern trends in foreign languages teaching  

at higher education institutions"

with edited volume publication

Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation

14 of May, 2013



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