Mentioned: Academician E.N. Meshalkin Research Institute of Circulation Pathology Tomsk State University
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07/6/2015, 09:00 photo of the day
Tomsk firemen once again returned to the forest. Fire had broken out because of heat and abandoned campfires. Since the beginning of the season, fire has damaged about a thousand hectares of forest in Tomsk region. Firefighting from the ground is not an option in Taiga, therefore it is necessary to extinguish fire from air. Photo by Rubin Gainutdinova.
12/15/2014, 19:10 news
06/11/2013, 16:44 interviews
The figure of a pathologist is so shrouded in stereotypes and misconceptions that it seems to exist solely outside the material world – in jokes, friends' stories and TV series. At the same time, the unsightly image of a Ripper and latent cannibal seems much more plausible than a simple expert in a white coat holding a microscope.
05/13/2013, 11:08 interviews
There are two extremely rare documents in neurosurgeon Alexey Krivoshapkin's office. The first confirms that he passed all neurosurgery certification examinations in the United Kingdom, the second that he is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. No other neurosurgeon in Russia can boast of this level of recognition.
04/22/2013, 12:16 article
Joseph Stalin didn't have a dog: he bred squirrels at his dachas near Moscow and even made friends with a bear cub during a stay at a Sochi resort. Meanwhile, "Stalin's dog", as the Black Russian Terrier is informally known, has been around for more than half a century and is very popular abroad. Black Russian Terriers bred in Siberia are particularly prized. Natalia Kirillova, BRT owner and winner of a World Championship title, told Sib.fm's correspondents how this happened and what makes these big dogs unique.
04/12/2013, 12:24 news
03/27/2013, 13:12 story