The State Should Fund the Fundamental Science

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The State Should Fund the Fundamental Science

President of the Russian Academy of Sciences academician Alexander M. Sergeev is a physicist, specialist in the field of high-temperature plasma, a graduate of the Nizhny Novgorod University, a pupil of the famous Nizhny Novgorod radiophysical school that appeared in the city on the Volga-river in the middle of the last century. His whole scientific life is connected with the RAS Institute of Applied Physics, where he came as a young specialist, and left as a director. Our conversation is about the past and future of the institute, as well as of the entire national science.

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