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Russian-Italian Projects in Biomedicine Discussed at HSE University

Leonid Gokhberg, Aldo Spallone, Nikita Anisimov and Matteo Feurra
HSE University hosted an international mini-conference titled 'Search for new ways to develop Russian-Italian cooperation in the field of Biomedicine,' attended by scientists from both countries and HSE Rector Nikita Anisimov.

HSE University Launches Competition for Early-Career Scientists Focused on Strategic Projects' Topics

HSE University Launches Competition for Early-Career Scientists Focused on Strategic Projects' Topics
Applications are open until April 18

HSE Creates ‘Transfer of Neurocognitive Technologies’ Consortium

HSE Creates ‘Transfer of Neurocognitive Technologies’ Consortium
HSE, the Pirogov National Medical and Surgical Centre, and the Centre for Speech Pathology and Neurorehabilitation of the Moscow Healthcare Department have signed an agreement on cooperation and the creation of a ‘neuro-consortium’ under the name ‘Transfer of Neurocognitive Technologies’. The new body will boost the development and implementation of advanced solutions in neurotechnology aimed at maintaining and improving people's health. The agreement was signed for five years, and the consortium is open to new participants.

'While it May Sound Futuristic, It Holds Great Promise': Olga Dragoy Shares Her Thoughts on Language Function Restoration and the Future of Neurotechnology

'While it May Sound Futuristic, It Holds Great Promise': Olga Dragoy Shares Her Thoughts on Language Function Restoration and the Future of Neurotechnology
In the spring of 2023, the fifth strategic project of the Priority 2030 programme, 'Human Brain Resilience: Neurocognitive Technologies for Adaptation, Learning, Development and Rehabilitation in a Changing Environment,' was launched at HSE University. The strategic project brings together researchers from all campuses of HSE University. In her interview with the HSE News Service, Olga Dragoy, head of the strategic project and Director of the HSE Centre for Language and Brain, shares an overview of the advanced technologies neuroscientists are creating today, the underlying inspiration driving these efforts, and the operational dynamics of interdisciplinary applied projects.

Microlasers with Quantum Dots Remain Functional at Elevated Temperatures

Microlasers with Quantum Dots Remain Functional at Elevated Temperatures
HSE physicists bring the photonic revolution in electronics closer to reality

Card Index: 'Success and Self-Sustainability of the Individual in a Changing World'

Card Index: 'Success and Self-Sustainability of the Individual in a Changing World'
HSE Strategic Project

‘It Was Great to Look at Scientific Achievements through the Eyes of a Journalist, not a Scientist’

‘It Was Great to Look at Scientific Achievements through the Eyes of a Journalist, not a Scientist’
HSE University in Nizhny recently hosted the 2nd Autumn Neuro-linguistic School ‘NeuroSciCom: Popularising Language and Brain Studies’ for scientists and students at the HSE Centre for Language and Brain Studies in Nizhny Novgorod. The school was held as part of the 'Human Brain Resilience: Neurocognitive Technologies for Adaptation, Learning, Development and Rehabilitation in a Changing Environment' Strategic Project of the Priority 2030 programme.

Caring for Loved Ones Motivated Young People to Wear Masks and Wash Their Hands More Often during Pandemic

Caring for Loved Ones Motivated Young People to Wear Masks and Wash Their Hands More Often during Pandemic
While fines and punishments had little effect

The World at Your Fingertips

The World at Your Fingertips
HSE University scientists have created a model for decoding finger movements for next-generation hand prostheses. This will allow users not only to grab objects, but also to gesticulate using the movements of each finger.

Memory Diagnostics: IT Solutions for Mental Health

Memory Diagnostics: IT Solutions for Mental Health
High-level technology is becoming an integral part of healthcare, and no field of medicine can work without a computer. HSE University scientists have developed a multilingual tablet application ‘Rey Test’ — the first fully automated and effective tool for diagnosing auditory and verbal memory disorders.
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