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The insect world had a sort of heyday in post-revolutionary Russia. We visit an exhibition devoted to this topic and explore what it all means.
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.
Oleg Rezanov claims to have overcome aging and pain by embracing the cold. Let’s look into this a bit more closely.
The new head of Yekaterinburg's youth commission is perhaps a little older than one might expect.
A poor two-legged pooch needs a lending paw, and Novosibirsk veterinarians 3D-print her a pair of two prosthetics.
While most Russians aren't known to shy away from free shots (vaccine or otherwise), one administrator is under investigation for selling documents sans immunizations.
Is there anything that could make cheese any better than it already is? A new patent in cheese-making with an unusual ingredient is attempting to do just that.
Russia announces "Sputnik Light," the not-actually-low-cal version of their Sputnik V vaccine.
More than 40% of Russians say they're addicted to the internet, meaning that as many as 60% of Russians are probably liars.
Daily stretching and exercise are the secrets to a long and healthy life—and lots of gold badges.
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